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I received a blue slip saying that they needed more evidence. My husband was married before. I sent in his divorce paper stating when they got divorced and where. The divorce was finalized in Canada where his ex-wife lived. He lives in Jamaica. Now they want proof that one of them was living in Canada between the years 2002 -2004. That would be his ex-wife.

My first question is what type of evidence????

What if we can not contact her???

I am so worried right now and feel helpless and confused.

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I received a blue slip saying that they needed more evidence. My husband was married before. I sent in his divorce paper stating when they got divorced and where. The divorce was finalized in Canada where his ex-wife lived. He lives in Jamaica. Now they want proof that one of them was living in Canada between the years 2002 -2004. That would be his ex-wife.

My first question is what type of evidence????

What if we can not contact her???

I am so worried right now and feel helpless and confused.

Evidence of residence could

• Documents submitted as proof of residency in Canada must be less than six (6)

months old. However for this purpose it doesnt matter - look on below.

Example of documents:

• income tax assessment (Canada Revenue Agency) for the relative,

• telephone bills,

• credit card invoices,

• employment documents, and/or

• bank statements.

Your Husband - has he ever lived in Canada..? if yes, he too can submit the documents listed above.

hope this helped.

Edited by RICARDO4EVA2

Current cut off date F2A - Aug 22, 2016

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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He has never been a resident of Canada. The problem is he doesn't know how to find her. What happens if he can't find her??? Is our case just over then???

Sorry I didnt answer the 2nd part of the questions you had. I cannot answer that question and hope someone would come along who can finish it off.

IF I'm allow to take a guess without the :bonk: of our members then I'll say - that if he doesnt know her whereabouts then he can submit a affidavit saying that he had no information regarding her whereabouts and submit his documents or (a letter) stating that he lived in jamaica during the period.


Current cut off date F2A - Aug 22, 2016

Brother's Journey (F2A) - PD Dec 30, 2010


Dec 30 2010 - Notice of Action 1 (NOA1)
May 12 2011 - Notice of Action 2 (NOA2)
May 23 2011 - NVC case # Assigned
Nov 17 2011 - COA / I-864 received
Nov 18 2011 - Sent COA
Apr 30 2012 - Pay AOS fee

Oct 15 2012 - Pay IV fee
Oct 25 2012 - Sent AOS/IV Package

Oct 29 2012 - Pkg Delivered
Dec 24 2012 - Case Complete

May 17 2013 - Interview-Approved

July 19 2013 - Enter the USA

"... Answer when you are called..."

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Sorry I didnt answer the 2nd part of the questions you had. I cannot answer that question and hope someone would come along who can finish it off.

IF I'm allow to take a guess without the :bonk: of our members then I'll say - that if he doesnt know her whereabouts then he can submit a affidavit saying that he had no information regarding her whereabouts and submit his documents or (a letter) stating that he lived in jamaica during the period.

I would agree with Ricardo, and also have him provide proof of his residence in Jamaica during that time period - I would also call your senators and Congressman, giving them a heads up to the situation. I would email the embassy -


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I would agree with Ricardo, and also have him provide proof of his residence in Jamaica during that time period - I would also call your senators and Congressman, giving them a heads up to the situation. I would email the embassy -

Not to sound sound dumb but what embassy am I suppose am I suppose to email??? This is all so overwhelming. Thank you two for your help in regards to this matter!!!

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I would email the Jamaican embassy - kingstonivinfo@state.gov and consularkingst@state.gov - if you can scan a copy of the blue slip then attach it - Explain to them that your husband was divorced in_____, has not had contact with her since___________, has never resided in Canada, has no method to get to Canada to prove his ex-wife's residency, nor does he have any legal right or authority to obtain such records - that you were married in JA on ____, that the Canadian divorce record was sufficient for the RGD, and ask how you should proceed, as you are unable to obtain proof on an invidual that is not a party to the petition.


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