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so how he could get that divorce papers because his maried before in Georgia while he was deployed there..& now his back to Oklahoma....do you have any idea guys how we could get that?because its a quite long trip going there and one more thing his so much busy for the drills and trainings for now...thnks guys for that info..

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that question was answered in your other post....

He needs to contact the clerks office for the county in which the divorce was filed. It should be a government url and for a small fee he can have them sent. They need to be certified copies (raised seal).


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that question was answered in your other post....

He needs to contact the clerks office for the county in which the divorce was filed. It should be a government url and for a small fee he can have them sent. They need to be certified copies (raised seal).

They need to be CERTIFIED copies. Some courthouses do not use the raised seal, just their official seal. As long as they are certified by the courthouse, they are acceptable.


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It sounds as though your husband is military. If that is th ecase he will probably have used JAG (Judge Advocate General) in his divorce. If he does not have copies of his papers then JAG may possibly be able to help - bit of a long shot but worth a try.

Also just so you know the military will also have facilities for him to have copies certified free of charge on post/base.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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It sounds as though your husband is military. If that is th ecase he will probably have used JAG (Judge Advocate General) in his divorce. If he does not have copies of his papers then JAG may possibly be able to help - bit of a long shot but worth a try.

Also just so you know the military will also have facilities for him to have copies certified free of charge on post/base.

hi..your husband is also a military?...yes were been bothered by this paper,,,thnks for the info..i will ask him about this JAG....

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