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I called the NVc and asked if I had to send my marriage licences and divorce decree and they said no the DS230 is only the applicants information noe the embassy is requesting it but for my divorce decree do any one know if it can be a copy when I filed for my husband I sent a copy but I just want to make sure because things change.


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I called the NVc and asked if I had to send my marriage licences and divorce decree and they said no the DS230 is only the applicants information noe the embassy is requesting it but for my divorce decree do any one know if it can be a copy when I filed for my husband I sent a copy but I just want to make sure because things change.

Any copies submitted will generally require the originals to be presented at the time of interview (birth certificates,etc.). You need to be prepared to present a certified copy of the divorce decree at the time of the interview.


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Just take the copy of you have and take it in to someone to have the do a certifed copy of your devorce decree and send it to him or who ever needs it

You do not take copies in and have them certified. You obtain certified copies from the government agency that has the original document on file. However, the petitioner's divorce decree is not provided to NVC, so no worries. The "copy" already provided would have been a photocopy of a certified copy, so the petitioner already has a certified copy on hand for any further need. Not needed further to obtain a visa for spouse.


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You do not take copies in and have them certified. You obtain certified copies from the government agency that has the original document on file. However, the petitioner's divorce decree is not provided to NVC, so no worries. The "copy" already provided would have been a photocopy of a certified copy, so the petitioner already has a certified copy on hand for any further need. Not needed further to obtain a visa for spouse.

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