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Questions of registration and citizenship (Russia)

How I can get divorce papers?


Either party to the marriage may request his or her own dissolution of marriage record. You need to have your divorce papers for many purpose, including dual citizenship issue.

Either party to the marriage may request his or her own dissolution of marriage record and include a signed and notarized letter stating that he or she gives to us permission to get the document for our client. You must include a copy of his or her identification along with a completed dissolution of marriage information.

If the applicant has power of attorney (POA) for either party to the marriage, the applicant may request the record. The POA must be signed by the one of the spouses on the dissolution of marriage certificate. The language stated in the POA must be sufficient to allow the person given POA to obtain the dissolution of marriage certificate. Applicant must include an attorney certified copy of the power of attorney (certification must have been done within the last year), a copy of the applicant's identification and a completed dissolution of marriage certificate application form.

Deceased: If both parties to the marriage have died.

A court order from competent jurisdiction is required. You must submit a court certified copy of the order along with a copy of the applicant's identification, the appropriate fee and a completed divorce information.

Obtaining a Court Order

You can find information about court procedures, representing yourself and finding an attorney on our web site.

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We are offering translation services for Vital Records or supporting documents.

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