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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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hi everybody,

today we are going to get the application for getting married so we would like to know how the process goes...can somebody help us with some detailed informations please???

thx


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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Varies by state, and locality.

In NY, we visited town hall and applied for marriage license, and then scheduled time for the town judge to conduct the ceremony a week later.

In virtually all locations you will need at least 2 witnesses to be with you for the ceremony, we used my sister, and brother in-law.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Varies by state, and locality.

In NY, we visited town hall and applied for marriage license, and then scheduled time for the town judge to conduct the ceremony a week later.

In virtually all locations you will need at least 2 witnesses to be with you for the ceremony, we used my sister, and brother in-law.

i see...and how much it cost to get married in the court house?


AOS time line:

March 9, 2009... EAD ordered.

March 14, 2009... Received EAD Card.

March 16, 2009... AOS approved.

March 28, 2009... Green card received.

For more info. check out our time line!

There is only one happiness in life... to love and be loved.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Varies by state, and locality.

In NY, we visited town hall and applied for marriage license, and then scheduled time for the town judge to conduct the ceremony a week later.

In virtually all locations you will need at least 2 witnesses to be with you for the ceremony, we used my sister, and brother in-law.

i see...and how much it cost to get married in the court house?

varies by locality and by what the officiant charges


YMMV

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Varies by state, and locality.

In NY, we visited town hall and applied for marriage license, and then scheduled time for the town judge to conduct the ceremony a week later.

In virtually all locations you will need at least 2 witnesses to be with you for the ceremony, we used my sister, and brother in-law.

i see...and how much it cost to get married in the court house?

just go to your county court house (city hall) and they will help you.. for us (we are Florida residents) - we went to Orange county Court hose and went to marriage registry department where we applied for marriage license ($85) and got them over there immediately after (valid for 45 days), and after we went with my husband's parents and grandparents to the same place and waited to get married. there were about 2 couples in front of us and about 5 after... when out turn came we have been called by a lady to a little chapel (on the same floor) were she conducted a ceremony... by the way my in laws didn't sign anything. oh by the way- we paid $30 for this ceremony.. and that's it ... later we received the original marriage certificate in mail- 1 week later).. Good luck ;)


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You should be able to research price online(I found all info for Charleston just by googling it) its very reasonable. If you want to have your registered copy sooner..you can ask the officiant to give you the signed license..and you can take it and register it yourself..it took me 5 minutes and $10.00 for a registered copy. and I had it the day after we were married..good luck..and congratulations!

Shawna


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03/03/08 NOA(I-485,I765,I131)for daughter and myself

03/09/08 received biometrics appointment letter

03/25/08 RFE recieved for NOA for I129F(USCIS lost it! DOH!)

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04/29/08 request AP expedited

05/01/08 AP sent out

05/02/08 case transfered to CSC

05/02/08 EAD card production ordered

05/05/08 EAD card production ordered again

05/10/08 EAD card received

05/16/08 AOS touched

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06/11/08 AOS card production ordered!

06/16/08 green card received in mail!!

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Varies by state, and locality.

In NY, we visited town hall and applied for marriage license, and then scheduled time for the town judge to conduct the ceremony a week later.

In virtually all locations you will need at least 2 witnesses to be with you for the ceremony, we used my sister, and brother in-law.

In NY 1 witness is enough, when we got married i just brought my cousin along. The witness has to be over 18 though.

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