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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I have read about one member talking about a SINGLE STATUS STATEMENT being needed for her interview. Under what conditions would my fiancee need this? If she is required to have this document, where would she get it?


K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center: Vermont Service Center

Consulate: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I-129f Sent: 2010-03-06

I-129f NOA1: 2010-03-08

I-129f RFE(s): None

RFE Reply(s): None

I-129f NOA2: 2010-05-25(78 days)

NVC Received: 2010-05-26

NVC Left: 2010-05-27(per NVC operator)

Consulate Received: 2010-06-01

Packet 3 Received: 2010-06-15

Packet 4 Received: 2010-09-11(88 days)

Interview Date: 2010-10-06(25 days)

Interview Result: Blue

Resubmit documents: 2010-11-03

Result: PINK!!!

Visa Received: 2010-11-10

POE: 2010-11-21(Houston, Texas)

Marriage: 2010-12-17

I-485 & I-765 Sent: 2011-01-15

NOA1 Received: 2011-01-2

Biometrics Appointment received: 2011-1-29

Biometric Appointment Date: 2011-2-15

Transfer Date: 2011-2-15

EAD Received: 2011-03-11

I-485 Approval: 2011-3-28

Green Card Received: 2011-4-02

I-751 Sent via FedEx: 2013-01-19

I-751 NOA Received: 2013-01-28

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If you were planning on marrying in Vietnam you would need an Affidavit of Single Status to submit with your marriage application in Vietnam. Since your K-1 that would not apply.

Since you have already got through the I129f petition you must have included the Letters of Intent which include a statement of single status ie..."you are legally free and able to marry.

For the interview, I submitted a reaffirmation of Intent to Marry that reitterated that I continued to be legally free and willing to marry.

I hope I am making sense this morning!


6/15/2009 Filed I-129F

12/15/2009 Interview (HCMC, VN)

1/16/2010 POE Detroit

3/31/2010 MARRIED !!!

11/20/2010 Filed I-485

12/23/2010 Biometrics (Buffalo, NY)

12/31/2010 I-485 Transfered to CSC

2/4/2011 Green Card received

1/7/2013 Mailed I-751 package

1/14/2013 I-751 NOA (VSC)

2/07/2013 Biometrics (Buffalo, NY)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
Timeline

If you were planning on marrying in Vietnam you would need an Affidavit of Single Status to submit with your marriage application in Vietnam. Since your K-1 that would not apply.

Since you have already got through the I129f petition you must have included the Letters of Intent which include a statement of single status ie..."you are legally free and able to marry.

For the interview, I submitted a reaffirmation of Intent to Marry that reitterated that I continued to be legally free and willing to marry.

I hope I am making sense this morning!

Thank you. You make perfect sense to me and have given me a good answer to my question.


K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center: Vermont Service Center

Consulate: Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I-129f Sent: 2010-03-06

I-129f NOA1: 2010-03-08

I-129f RFE(s): None

RFE Reply(s): None

I-129f NOA2: 2010-05-25(78 days)

NVC Received: 2010-05-26

NVC Left: 2010-05-27(per NVC operator)

Consulate Received: 2010-06-01

Packet 3 Received: 2010-06-15

Packet 4 Received: 2010-09-11(88 days)

Interview Date: 2010-10-06(25 days)

Interview Result: Blue

Resubmit documents: 2010-11-03

Result: PINK!!!

Visa Received: 2010-11-10

POE: 2010-11-21(Houston, Texas)

Marriage: 2010-12-17

I-485 & I-765 Sent: 2011-01-15

NOA1 Received: 2011-01-2

Biometrics Appointment received: 2011-1-29

Biometric Appointment Date: 2011-2-15

Transfer Date: 2011-2-15

EAD Received: 2011-03-11

I-485 Approval: 2011-3-28

Green Card Received: 2011-4-02

I-751 Sent via FedEx: 2013-01-19

I-751 NOA Received: 2013-01-28

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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