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since we are already married, do we still need to submit a divorce decree on the day of our interview for k3 applicants?

though i bring the divorce paper of my husband to his former wives(2) they did not asked for it.... but if I were you just be ready and bring also a picture which is you and ur spouse signing the marriage certificate becoz thats the one of the documents they asked from me during the interview. And when I attended the PRISM the lady there asked for the divorce paper ands a picture too... Hope this could be help.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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I would only if it is on the required documents for interview checklist provided by the embassy. Most likely decisions regarding the termination of the first marriage have already been adjudicated with the petition approval. The embassy is not to re-adjudicate the petition, and if there were questions they would have been addressed by the USCIS via RFE.


YMMV

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You need to bring it. It's clearly stated in the K3 packet that we should bring this document during our interview.

You may refer to this link for the revised copy of the K3 packet - http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwfk3en.pdf


AOS:

07/16/08 - filed AOS application

07/18/08 - received by USCIS

07/22/08 - USCIS mailed our NOA

07/24/08 - touched

07/25/08 - received NOA (AOS, EAD, AP)

07/29/08 - received ASC Appointment Notice (Biometrics)

08/09/08 - biometrics appointment

08/11/08 - I485 and I765 touched

09/17/08 - AP approved

09/19/08 - EAD approved, card already in production

09/24/08 - EAD card received

09/25/08 - SSN application

10/01/08 - received letter re: SSN card delivery in 2 weeks

10/06/08 - SSN Card received

02/17/09 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

ROC:

11/19/10 - Submit requirements for Lifting of Conditions

11/22/10 - NOA1 received

12/22/10 - Biometrics Appointment

02/09/11 - ROC APPROVED!

02/10/11 - Green Card Received

US CITIZENSHIP:

12/19/11 - Submit requirements for US Citizenship

12/22/11 - NOA1 received

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While I agree with fwaguy, I'd still suggest that you have it just in case. If it's not a problem or if it won't cause any inconvenience to have it with you, why not bring it? It won't hurt nothing. Things could happen beyond your control but you can always succeed if you are well-prepared for anything.

Good luck!

--Mae


N-400 NATURALIZATION

04/04/2011 - Mailed N-400 to AZ Lockbox

04/06/2011 - Received

04/07/2011 - NOA

04/07/2011 - Check cashed

04/14/2011 - Biometrics appointment in the mail

04/21/2011 - Early Biometrics (was scheduled on May 4, 2011)

05/09/2011 - Case Status Notification - In line for interview and testing

05/10/2011 - Case Status Notification - Interview scheduled

05/14/2011 - Interview Appointment Letter in the mail

06/21/2011 - Interview Appointment Date

06/29/2011 - Case Status Notification - Placed in the oath scheduling que

08/16/2011 - Case Status Notification - Oath ceremony scheduled

09/15/2011 - Oath Taking - good riddance!

09/23/2011 - Applied for Passport

10/08/2011 - Passport in the mail

10/17/2011 - Certificate of Naturalization in the mail -- OFFICIALLY DONE!

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The more you love, the more you lose a part of yourself, yet you don't become less of who you are;

you end up being complete with your loved ones."

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Philippines
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yup, just to be safe... bring it...


"do what it takes..." by A&G

para sa karagdagang larawan at mga detalye ng aming paglalakbay...

My IMMIGRATION, POE, CFO and INTERVIEW Experience

when love is real,

it defies all reasons...

when love is true,

it ignores all pains...

when love is great,

it waits, it persists, and lingers forever...

K3 VISA

California Service Center - Texas Service Center - Manila US Embassy

August 2007 - filed I130

September 2007 - filed I129F

April 24, 2008 - interview and VISA APPROVED!

May 02, 2008 - visa in hand, had the CFO stamping done at once, bought ticket online...

May 03, 2008 - flew to US to be with stinky love...

July 22, 2008 - Sent AOS Package to CHICAGO Lockbox

July 24, 2008 - received package

July 29, 2008 - NOA for AOS and EAD

Aug 01, 2008 - Touched....

Oct 01, 2008 - Received EAD

still waiting on AOS

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