If a divorce is granted by a court in a foreign country where at least one of the
parties was domiciled as required, do not question the validity on this basis alone.
If there is an indication that either party to a foreign divorce had some other connection
with that country, assume that they were a resident of that country, and no additional
development is required.
However, question the validity of a foreign divorce when a person alleges that they
were divorced in a foreign country and there is no indication that either party to
the divorce had some other connection with that country. In such cases, undertake
additional development for residence under GN 00305.170B.