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Is photocopied of divorce decree is fine to present at usem interview? Did they accept that, coz my fiance send his original when he files our i-129f package. And he just going to send me the photocopies of it..any advice Thanks

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Thank for the reply.. Can I ask one more thing.. My fiancee is us citizen been divorce In the us with filipina ex wife,but his marriage here in the Philippines is not yet annulled . is there any problem with that in my interview? Ive been reading some blog and i just want some exact answer..I'm just looking for the answer that really make me worried.. Hope some one with the same situation before and got approved visa would answer me.. Thanks

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Thank for the reply.. Can I ask one more thing.. My fiancee is us citizen been divorce In the us with filipina ex wife,but his marriage here in the Philippines is not yet annulled . is there any problem with that in my interview? Ive been reading some blog and i just want some exact answer..I'm just looking for the answer that really make me worried.. Hope some one with the same situation before and got approved visa would answer me.. Thanks

If he is a USC and is divorced then no problems. Never send original documents during each step of the immigration process unless it is specifically asked for. They may not return your original. At the time you are face to face with someone from that agency, then have all your originals with you as they may ask for them to determine the authenticity of your documents.

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If he is a USC and is divorced then no problems. Never send original documents during each step of the immigration process unless it is specifically asked for. They may not return your original. At the time you are face to face with someone from that agency, then have all your originals with you as they may ask for them to determine the authenticity of your documents.

Take a deep breath. Your going to get through this.

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Is your fiancé 'kano?

He is Filipino naturalize USC.

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Is photocopied of divorce decree is fine to present at usem interview? Did they accept that, coz my fiance send his original when he files our i-129f package. And he just going to send me the photocopies of it..any advice Thanks

Yes a copy is just fine.

BTW if you get interviewed for AOS later, ask to get the original divorce decree back then.


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no problem as long as he has a divorce paper from us, they dont check his status here in pinas. if filing for a cr1 youll have a problem because you need a marriage certificate from here in pinas, which he will have to anull his first marriage

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naturalize then divorce, and his exwife is now us citizen, is there any problem with that? or it is OK coz were going to marry in us not here in the Philippines?

All is good if a USC before the divorce ... even in the Philippines- just need to register the divorce with NSO (or however it is done)

no problem as long as he has a divorce paper from us, they dont check his status here in pinas. if filing for a cr1 youll have a problem because you need a marriage certificate from here in pinas, which he will have to anull his first marriage

Wrong. If the USC initiated the divorce (which he was/is) the divorce is accepted in the Phils. No annulment is required


Hank

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      HandArrow.gif.adeb854ba620933849ae921ca0b44a0c.gif  Link to the Visa Process for Manila Embassy once you have your NOA2 : Click Here

 

Contact Hank: HERE

K-1 visa approved 21 March 2012

...Citizenship... complete!

 

 

 

 

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