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Divorce decree, original copy?

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Hi, i have my interview in 2 weeks at London for my K1, i have one question, my fiancee, whom i am planning to move out to was previously married, do i need to take HER certified copy of HER divorce to the interview, the only reason i ask is that it was already submitted when she originally petitioned with the i-129,i have a copy with the pack that she put together. If i do need it and it doesnt get here in time will it cause major problems i.e will they continue with interview but hold the issuing of visa until they receive it? thanks for your help :) p.s I cant begin to tell you how stressed out i am by the whole process p.p.s just to clarify i have never been married, which is why i am asking because of iv-15k where it says i need marriage certificates and divorce decree, is it just referring to me or her as well

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi, i have my interview in 2 weeks at London for my K1, i have one question, my fiancee, whom i am planning to move out to was previously married, do i need to take HER certified copy of HER divorce to the interview, the only reason i ask is that it was already submitted when she originally petitioned with the i-129,i have a copy with the pack that she put together. If i do need it and it doesnt get here in time will it cause major problems i.e will they continue with interview but hold the issuing of visa until they receive it? thanks for your help :) p.s I cant begin to tell you how stressed out i am by the whole process p.p.s just to clarify i have never been married, which is why i am asking because of iv-15k where it says i need marriage certificates and divorce decree, is it just referring to me or her as well

Unless it asks for something specifically from the USC, all documents are to be from/about the applicant

moving to consulate forum

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YMMV

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Bolivia
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I'm not certain how things are done in London but Lizeth had to take my divorce papers with her to her interview in Bolivia even though she's never married before. They wanted my originals but the county clerk, which has my records on file, won't release original documents--they could only give me copies. I wrote an email to the consulate in Bolvia stating this fact and they told me that copies were acceptable.

If in doubt, contact the consulate in London to be sure.


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Feb 22, 2010 - I-129F sent to Vermont

Mar 03, 2010 - Arrived at CSC

Mar 08, 2010 - NOA-1

Mar 09, 2010 - Touched

May 25, 2010 - NOA2 (Approved in 83 days from NOA1 date)

Jun 17, 2010 - Packet 4

Jun 30, 2010 - Medicals & Vaccinations

Jul 15, 2010 - Interview Date (221g "Pending Approval-Police Certificate)

Sep 15, 2010 - Visa adjudicated, printed, & Mailed via DHL

Sep 17, 2010 - Visa pick-up date

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