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I-129F form - question 35a

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Hey guys/girls! I have a question regarding the I-129F form and I will really appreciate your advice! in the 35A of the mentioned form they require to attach a copy of the signed by the foreign fiance consent to the IMB (international marriage broker) to release the contact information of the fiance to a man (petitioner) - I am attaching a snap shot. The question is the following: what if the marriage agency that was used to meet the fiance did not release any contact information of the lady and it was done directly after a personal meeting in Ukraine? Should an explanation of this be attached to the I-129F instead of a consent? And one more question, what should this consent look like? Does anybody have an example? Thanks a lot!!!!!

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Hey guys/girls! I have a question regarding the I-129F form and I will really appreciate your advice! in the 35A of the mentioned form they require to attach a copy of the signed by the foreign fiance consent to the IMB (international marriage broker) to release the contact information of the fiance to a man (petitioner) - I am attaching a snap shot. The question is the following: what if the marriage agency that was used to meet the fiance did not release any contact information of the lady and it was done directly after a personal meeting in Ukraine? Should an explanation of this be attached to the I-129F instead of a consent? And one more question, what should this consent look like? Does anybody have an example? Thanks a lot!!!!!

hi, is your marriage agency is a marriage broker? tell the name of this agency if you can....

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hey Loving_girl, thank you for getting back. What makes a marriage agency a marriage broker? Is there an official explanation of a term "international marriage broker"? thanks!!

hi! as far as i was reading about this issue they say that marriage broker basically is marriage agency who provides you info, communication and other dating related services for a fee. they ask about this cos of IMBRA ( http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/International_Marriage_Broker_Regulation_Act / http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/USCIS/Laws/Memoranda/Static_Files_Memoranda/Archives%201998-2008/2006/imbra072106.pdf ) and there is special list of web sites that are in IMBRA that means they are officialy considered as marriage brokers. If you want to talk about that in details, write me in private. Good luck!

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From my memory of this issue when we went through the fiancé visa process a few years ago I would say that providing the explanation that you did here should be adequate. There is no way they can really police that and the main point is to make sure the woman knows what she is getting into.

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to remove duplicated link to separate issue in another forum

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