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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

Yes - you will probably need to bring it up. Marriage is marriage. You might be in some database, and if they cross reference it....


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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

ofcourse you need to bring it up...even you hide it they will find it tru dv....there is no problem bringing up...we need here honesty....i was also annuled...

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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

ofcourse you need to bring it up...even you hide it they will find it tru dv....there is no problem bringing up...we need here honesty....i was also annuled...

I figured that but I have searched and searched and cannot find any records for it, marriage or otherwise...no divorce so no divorce records...i just dont want to bring something up that i cant provide any info on...i search on my state website and only pull my 1 marriage and divorce records...guess im off to the courthouse again monday .... wow im glad i didnt mail this I-129f in today like i was gonna... :blink:

thanks


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USCIS Received : 4-4-14

NOA1 Sent : 4-8-14

Biometrics Appt Letter Sent : 4-14-14

Biometrics Appt : 5-5-14

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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

ofcourse you need to bring it up...even you hide it they will find it tru dv....there is no problem bringing up...we need here honesty....i was also annuled...

I figured that but I have searched and searched and cannot find any records for it, marriage or otherwise...no divorce so no divorce records...i just dont want to bring something up that i cant provide any info on...i search on my state website and only pull my 1 marriage and divorce records...guess im off to the courthouse again monday .... wow im glad i didnt mail this I-129f in today like i was gonna... :blink:

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are you talking about divorce or annulment?well if dika nagdivorce walang divorce na lalalbas...peru annulment...hindi rin lalabas sa NSO kung dimo ipinaregister yung annulment mo...peru for sure kapag pinakuha ka ng CENOMAR,lalabas na married ka sa NSO certificate and thats the time you need to bring it up yung annulment papers mo....good luck

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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

Aer you the petitioner or the beneficiary


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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

Aer you the petitioner or the beneficiary

Petitioner

Main reason im asking I cant find any papers from then and I have searched all my records, I check my state website doesn't show my marriage to her, and since annulled there was no divorce proceeding, I know it sound really dumb but its been 25 years and it was just a time in my life I don't think too much about it so long ago.

I want to show everything I need to but I really dont know how to approach it due not even remember date of annulment I remember the marriage date but thats it, what kind of proof can I supply.

Thanks


Mailed n-400 : 4-3-14

USCIS Received : 4-4-14

NOA1 Sent : 4-8-14

Biometrics Appt Letter Sent : 4-14-14

Biometrics Appt : 5-5-14

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I know some are gonna say this probably stupid question but I got married when I was very young 25 years ago and we decided we too young to be married and we got an annulment within 6 months and to be honest I just thought about this but do I need to bring this up, I can't believe I just remembered but we both just young and dumb run off got married.

Im sure I know the answer to this question but I just checking.

Thanks

Aer you the petitioner or the beneficiary

Petitioner

Main reason im asking I cant find any papers from then and I have searched all my records, I check my state website doesn't show my marriage to her, and since annulled there was no divorce proceeding, I know it sound really dumb but its been 25 years and it was just a time in my life I don't think too much about it so long ago.

I want to show everything I need to but I really dont know how to approach it due not even remember date of annulment I remember the marriage date but thats it, what kind of proof can I supply.

Thanks

you can always secure a copy of your annotated marriage certificate from National Statistics Office,you can apply online.it will serve as a proof during the time of the interview of the beneficiary.but make sure you have it registered both at NSO and at the local office registry office where your marriage took place.

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I figured that but I have searched and searched and cannot find any records for it, marriage or otherwise...no divorce so no divorce records...i just dont want to bring something up that i cant provide any info on...i search on my state website and only pull my 1 marriage and divorce records...guess im off to the courthouse again monday .... wow im glad i didnt mail this I-129f in today like i was gonna... :blink:

thanks

Good that you took time in searching for your previous marriage and divorce records, or it would really be a mess...the processing of your papers might get delayed, and even worse, a denied petition. Good luck! Hope you get those documents really quick on Monday and send off that I-29F.

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Main reason im asking I cant find any papers from then and I have searched all my records, I check my state website doesn't show my marriage to her, and since annulled there was no divorce proceeding, I know it sound really dumb but its been 25 years and it was just a time in my life I don't think too much about it so long ago.

I want to show everything I need to but I really dont know how to approach it due not even remember date of annulment I remember the marriage date but thats it, what kind of proof can I supply.

Thanks

Have you tried going directly to the courthouse in the county where you were married/annulled?

This is one of those gray areas that may require a better legal minds than I have.


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