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do i need to request CENOMAR for cr1 route during the interview here in manila-us embassy?

if yes, how do i request one?

It's not a requirement, but it certainly does help for verification and preventing a possible delay.

To get one, go to your local NSO office, it's about 400 PHP. It takes about 2 weeks to get after the paperwork. You can also get one faster online for $20 US (about 800 PHP) and have it delivered (if you trust that! :whistle: ) Go here: https://www.ecensus.com.ph/Secure/frmIndex.asp

I had my fiancee go ahead and get one since it's only about $10 U.S., but it did take a few hours of her time at the one in Quezon City.


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do i need to request CENOMAR for cr1 route during the interview here in manila-us embassy?

if yes, how do i request one?

It's not a requirement, but it certainly does help for verification and preventing a possible delay.

To get one, go to your local NSO office, it's about 400 PHP. It takes about 2 weeks to get after the paperwork. You can also get one faster online for $20 US (about 800 PHP) and have it delivered (if you trust that! :whistle: ) Go here: https://www.ecensus.com.ph/Secure/frmIndex.asp

I had my fiancee go ahead and get one since it's only about $10 U.S., but it did take a few hours of her time at the one in Quezon City.

thanks. thats very informative. i just like to inquire if it will cause any delay or problem since we are married now for almost 2 years and CENOMAR are for those who havent get married yet? any help is highly appreciated thanks

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do i need to request CENOMAR for cr1 route during the interview here in manila-us embassy?

if yes, how do i request one?

You should have already gotten a CENOMAR before you were married. Some people get a CEMAR (Certificate of Marriage) although it is not required. If you want to get one just go the the NSO and fill out the same form for the CENOMAR.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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do i need to request CENOMAR for cr1 route during the interview here in manila-us embassy?

if yes, how do i request one?

It's not a requirement, but it certainly does help for verification and preventing a possible delay.

To get one, go to your local NSO office, it's about 400 PHP. It takes about 2 weeks to get after the paperwork. You can also get one faster online for $20 US (about 800 PHP) and have it delivered (if you trust that! :whistle: ) Go here: https://www.ecensus.com.ph/Secure/frmIndex.asp

I had my fiancee go ahead and get one since it's only about $10 U.S., but it did take a few hours of her time at the one in Quezon City.

thanks. thats very informative. i just like to inquire if it will cause any delay or problem since we are married now for almost 2 years and CENOMAR are for those who havent get married yet? any help is highly appreciated thanks

If you're already married to him, then you can't get a CENOMAR because that's a Certificate of NO Marriage. Sorry, I overlooked that you're filing for a CR-1, no a K-1. Anyways, you're married to him so a CENOMAR will not apply to your situation.


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If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer. - Matthew 21:22

The Lord is my helper, and I will not fear what man shall do unto me. - Hebrews 13:6

I will fear no evil - Psalm 23:4

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