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I'm filing I-130 for my parents based on naturalized U.S. citizen and I noticed that the date of marriage of my parents in my birth certificate was the date of their church wedding. My parents were first married in civil wedding and I have a copy of their marriage certificate on their civil wedding for the I-130. Will their be problems in USCIS due to the conflict dates of their marriage? I don't have the their church marriage certificate and I have only the certified civil marriage certificate. Thank you.....

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Japan
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I'm filing I-130 for my parents based on naturalized U.S. citizen and I noticed that the date of marriage of my parents in my birth certificate was the date of their church wedding. My parents were first married in civil wedding and I have a copy of their marriage certificate on their civil wedding for the I-130. Will their be problems in USCIS due to the conflict dates of their marriage? I don't have the their church marriage certificate and I have only the certified civil marriage certificate. Thank you.....

I would include a letter indicating the reason for the date discrepancy (church vs. civil ceremony) so that if someone actually sees the difference, they already have a written explanation from you.

Good luck!

Mike


Relationship Timeline:

07/19/2003 - Met here in the US and just clicked

05/2004 through 08/2009 - many trips back and forth by both of us, phone calls, care packages, etc.

02/14/2008 - Engaged (she was here in the US for Valentines Day so I figured make it official :))

11/21/2009 - Married with a few friends and some family in attendence.

CR1 Timeline:

01/12/2010 - I-130 Packet Sent

<interviening stuff deleted as signature is finite in length>

08/30/2010 - Interview completed, visa granted.

08/31/2010 - Visa in hand!

09/07/2010 - Arriving Seattle.

09/17/2010 - Received SSN.

10/01/2010 - Received green card.

Removal of Conditions:

06/06/2012 - Mailed I-751

06/12/2012 - Got back I-751 as "too early"

06/13/2012 - Re-mailed I-751

06/18/2012 - NOA1

07/13/2012 - Biometrics Appointment letter received (scheduled for 08/06/2012)

08/06/2012 - Biometrics completed.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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If this comes up you can best explain it via affidavits. In your situation can you get affidavits from the Church officials on this point? Also to consider - affidavits from your parents or others who are aware of the Church Date versus Civil Date?


CR-1 Visa Was Approved :-)

Entry Date to USA: 2/3/2011

12-10-2012 - Sent off I-751 packet visa USPS

I751 Was approved - 10 Year GC was granted

N-400 Progress

4/10/2014: Package Mailed
4/11/2014: Package Received
4/14/2014: Notice Date
x/x/2014: Biometrics appointment

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