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i am new on this site. we already filed and had noa1. my fiance had 2 previous marriages, he only had 1 record in US marriage and the other marriage in korea is already terminated and his ex is already married.he didnt have a copy of decree from his second marriage (korea marriage),he didnt have any record in US coz the marriage done and terminated in korea.is there a possibility the USCIS will find it out? his ex don't want to get one for him. and if the USCIS will find it out what the possible things will happen aside from being denied? thank you.

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i am new on this site. we already filed and had noa1. my fiance had 2 previous marriages, he only had 1 record in US marriage and the other marriage in korea is already terminated and his ex is already married.he didnt have a copy of decree from his second marriage (korea marriage),he didnt have any record in US coz the marriage done and terminated in korea.is there a possibility the USCIS will find it out? his ex don't want to get one for him. and if the USCIS will find it out what the possible things will happen aside from being denied? thank you.

Best to be honest thruout the process. If ex won't help out who knows as she may notify USCIS.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: France
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It is important to report both marriages and attempt to get a copy of his 2nd divorce decree. Try contacting anyone here from Korea and see if they can help. Maybe there is a way to order a copy online... gosh you can pretty much obtain or order anything online. Worth looking into.

Better be safe now than get RFE'd/AP or what not.


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Stay tune for yet another immi-saga in the life of LB & JD. Coming soon ---> AOS Chronicles

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