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if you don't find it, inform the embassy first and then get a new passport right away, don't forget to bring an affidavit of loss (go to police precint and report the loss)and bring it to DFA w/your other requirements and when you get your new passport, go to the embassy w/new passport, affidavit of loss and a letter requesting re-issue of visa.

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after the police report, she would be to go to a brazilian embassy consulate to get new passport and then an American Embassy near where i live so they can re-issue my fiancee her k1 visa? is that correct?

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6 minutes ago, nunette said:

after the police report, she would be to go to a brazilian embassy consulate to get new passport and then an American Embassy near where i live so they can re-issue my fiancee her k1 visa? is that correct?

You won't find an American Embassy in the US.

Additionally as the K-1 is a single-use visa and it has been used, it won't be re-issued.

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To clear things up your fiancee is now already in the USA but she lost her passport here which has her Visa in it?

As poster above mentioned. K-1 is one entry and new visa is not needed.

If she is here in America already then really no big deal.

It was not stolen so I don't see why police involvement would be needed.

I don't think they would make a report that she lost something her purse, her passport or whatever unless there was a crime involved.

Here is what you do need to do.

Get her a new passport from the Brazillian Consulate here in USA.

 

http://hartford.itamaraty.gov.br/en-us/

 

Hopefully she has some other form of picture ID and birth certificate from her country of origin.

Get married within 90 days and adjust her status.

 

Tear the house apart and find that passport, maybe it's in one of the pockets of her luggage.

 

http://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/applying-adjust-status-after-entry-k-1-visa-forms-procedures.html

 

Good luck

Jim

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