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Hello...A couple of questions about I-129F

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Hello

I am brand new here and this is a great site. Many of my questions have been answered and I have gathered much useful info.

I met my fiancee on a web site.

She is from Thailand and currently is studying English in England on a student Visa.

I traveled to England and spent the 2007 Christmas Holiday with her, where we became engaged.

We have been gathering info to complete our Visa Journey.

1- On the I-129F Part B do I put her home (Thailand) address or her current (England) address?

On the G-325A I will list her England address first as it is current.

Our plans are....When we are approved ...she will leave school and fly back to Thailand for the interview process.

Any comments on this will be greatly appreciated.

Unfortunately I have been married and divorced. I have my divorce certificate.

2- Do I need a copy of the marriage certificate?

(I was obviously married if I got a divorce!)

3- All other names....She usually "goes by" her nickname. However there is no documents that has her nickname on them only the e-mails that we send each other. So should I put *none* and make a note on the e-mails?

Thank you very much

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Hi George,

Ooh I don't know some of these answers but I can help you a bit.

Oh the I-129 Part B, put down her permanent address in Thailand, since she's only in England as a student and isn't really 'living' there, I guess you'd say. But you're right to put the English address first on the Biograph.

Check the VJ forums to see if there's a local forum for Thailand, or even just for Asia. They might know specifics about Embassy sort of situations your fiance will have to deal with later on, and will be able to ease your minds about the process anyway :thumbs:

I don't think you need a copy of your previous marriage certificate but I didn't have any prior divorces. But I've read around here awhile, and I haven't heard anyone saying anything about sending in marriage certificates. It does sound like though, often in the divorce decrees someone will get an RFE because of some obscure line not being signed, the whole divorce decree not being sent in, etc., so be sure everything's filled out and complete as it should be.

I'm not sure about the 'all other names' one. I think you've got the best idea. I think 'other names' would mean legally other names, not nicknames, so yes I'd put none and make a note on the emails. If there's any place in the whole packet that clarification is needed, I think it's always okay to have an attachment or sticky note letting the adjudicator know what's going on.

It sounds like you've got everything together pretty well. Sorry I couldn't help more though. Good luck!


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December 18th, 2007 - proposal in Madrid's Botanical Gardens with a duck standing behind him going 'food?'

January 18th, 2008 - I-129F sent to VSC

January 31st, 2008 - received NOA1, issued Jan. 24 :)

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February 29th, 2008 - NVC letter sent

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you dont need the marriage certificate but you do need CERTIFIED copies of your divorce decree.

Chris


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There is a "Sawasdee"thread on this forum for Thai fiance applicants. I did use my fiances' nickname on the application and was approved. Don't know if it's necessary? There is also a forum in Thailand that my sweetie frequents, in Thai for Thai people. If you want to PM me I'll ask her for a link and pass it on. Chok dii!


Timeline

Sent I-129 application package to CSC. 9/10/07

Received hard copy NOA1 09/27/07

Received email of I-129 approval 01/31/08

Received had copy NOA2 and notice that

petition has been sent to NVC 02/05/08

Received Packet 3 03/03/08

Returned Packet 3 to Emabassy 03/06/08

Interview 06/06/08

This is a long, painful story so I'll just say that Wilaiwan finally arrived in Seattle(in a blizzard) on 12/21/08

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Yes there is a Thailand thread on this site under "SAWASDEE 2". As for some of your questions: You would need copy of your divorce degree. She would need to use her address in Thailand. You are welcome to PM me if you need further assistance. Welcome to VJ and good luck with the rest of the process.


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Yes there is a Thailand thread on this site under "SAWASDEE 2". As for some of your questions: You would need copy of your divorce degree. She would need to use her address in Thailand. You are welcome to PM me if you need further assistance. Welcome to VJ and good luck with the rest of the process.

Thank you for the advice!

I found the SAWASDEE 2 thread and will be checking frequently

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You are very welcome and good luck. :thumbs:


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