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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I am about to send of my bf's I-129F application just wanted to check on the documention that I need to send in:

For me:

I am german born. Does my Birth Certificate need to be translated ?

Also I have previously been married. Do I need to send my Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate and Name Change ?

What about for my bf ?

Copy of Passport. Is that it ?


Greencard Holder since 1991

August 2006: Approved for Dual Citizenship from the German Consulate

I am officially now a Dual Citizen :)))

07.06.09 sent I-129F to Vermont Service Center for Mr Brazil

07.09.09 NOA1

12.11.09 NOA2

02.23.10 Visa Interview - Rio de Janeiro-Visa denied

03.11.10 case cent back to VSC

Second Round:

04.19.10 Sent new petition to Vermont Service Center

04.21.10 NOA1

04.23.10 check cashed

07.16.10 touched

10.XX.10: Decide to split with my fiance and set in a withdraw letter to VSC

10.25.10: NOA2 - to my surprise but it does not matter anymore

11.18.10: Withdraw of my petition is final - The End of my Immigration Journey :)

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I am about to send of my bf's I-129F application just wanted to check on the documention that I need to send in:

For me:

I am german born. Does my Birth Certificate need to be translated ? Yes - any evidence/supporting documents submitted to USCIS must be accompanied by a translation.

Also I have previously been married. Do I need to send my Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate and Name Change ?Yes

What about for my bf ?Curious - have you gone through the Step by Step Guide/Assembly instructions?

Copy of Passport. Is that it ?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Russia
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I am about to send of my bf's I-129F application just wanted to check on the documention that I need to send in:

For me:

I am german born. Does my Birth Certificate need to be translated ?

Not really required at this step, but for interview, yes it will need translation and certifed.

Also I have previously been married. Do I need to send my Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate

By definition, have a Divorce certificate means that you once were married. You only need that. Translated as well.

and Name Change ?

Yes if you did that. Translated as well.

What about for my bf ?

Copy of Passport. Is that it ? Yes, but see below.

Obviously there is a bunch more documents that you will send in with your petition. I assume you are the beneficiary.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

As of Dec 7, 2009, now Zero miles apart (literally)!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
Timeline

I guess I have been reading to much information and I forgot. Sorry for even asking.


Greencard Holder since 1991

August 2006: Approved for Dual Citizenship from the German Consulate

I am officially now a Dual Citizen :)))

07.06.09 sent I-129F to Vermont Service Center for Mr Brazil

07.09.09 NOA1

12.11.09 NOA2

02.23.10 Visa Interview - Rio de Janeiro-Visa denied

03.11.10 case cent back to VSC

Second Round:

04.19.10 Sent new petition to Vermont Service Center

04.21.10 NOA1

04.23.10 check cashed

07.16.10 touched

10.XX.10: Decide to split with my fiance and set in a withdraw letter to VSC

10.25.10: NOA2 - to my surprise but it does not matter anymore

11.18.10: Withdraw of my petition is final - The End of my Immigration Journey :)

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I guess I have been reading to much information and I forgot. Sorry for even asking.

Nothing to be sorry about - it can be a bit overwhelming at first.

Best thing that helped me/us - was both the K-1 flowchart (helped break things down by when they will come up) and the Assembly Instructions (gives an exact list of things needed and how to kind of put them in order).

Me - being of tiny brain - printed the list out and made check-marks when each piece was finished.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
Timeline

Thats what I am doing now - printing out all the instructions and checking it off. LOL


Greencard Holder since 1991

August 2006: Approved for Dual Citizenship from the German Consulate

I am officially now a Dual Citizen :)))

07.06.09 sent I-129F to Vermont Service Center for Mr Brazil

07.09.09 NOA1

12.11.09 NOA2

02.23.10 Visa Interview - Rio de Janeiro-Visa denied

03.11.10 case cent back to VSC

Second Round:

04.19.10 Sent new petition to Vermont Service Center

04.21.10 NOA1

04.23.10 check cashed

07.16.10 touched

10.XX.10: Decide to split with my fiance and set in a withdraw letter to VSC

10.25.10: NOA2 - to my surprise but it does not matter anymore

11.18.10: Withdraw of my petition is final - The End of my Immigration Journey :)

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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I am about to send of my bf's I-129F application just wanted to check on the documention that I need to send in:

For me:

I am german born. Does my Birth Certificate need to be translated ?

Also I have previously been married. Do I need to send my Marriage Certificate, Divorce Certificate and Name Change ?

What about for my bf ?

Copy of Passport. Is that it ?

There are no visas for boyfriends.

When and if you get a FIANCE, you (if you are the US citizen petitioner) can submit an I-129f. The others advice to read the guides is good. Your questions are of the sort so very basic, that it is clear you have not studied the instructions and that will be to your huge detriment.


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Gary And Alla

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