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Hi. Question about supporting evidence for a concurrent filing for a parent. I rarely see the documents I mention below suggested but I have seen them in a couple of places, such as this checklist apparently prepared by USCIS for the embassy in Rome, so I want to be sure. https://it.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/67/2017/01/DHS-I-130-parent-jan-23-2017.pdf

 

My father divorced my mother, remarried, and then his second wife recently died. Do I really need to provide the marriage certificate for that second marriage and the death certificate of my stepmother? And also is the divorce certificate for my mother and father necessary? Like I said, in the many checklists out there I have almost never seen these asked for, and I fail to see their relevance, but now I just read this official-seeming site I wonder if I need to get hold of these things. Thanks.

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