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It has been said that others have submitted information (statement of some kind) to their fiancee to give the current location of ex wife for when the fiancee goes to the interview.

Can someone educate me on this? Is this document required for her interview (specifically HCMC consulate)?..etc.

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HCMC - Automatically blue slip if Benny doesn't have information of the USC's ex.

- Current address

- Proof of separation from USC (utility bills, ITR's, etc.)

- Phone records

Basically, they will ask USC to show that he/she is no longer in a relationship with his/her ex. How you're going to proof it is up to you. I suggest you to PM Mike and Kevin, they are the expert on this matter by now. HCMC is no joke when it comes to cases with USC's ex-spouses.

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