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I-134 Visa Un Married certificate original signature

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Hi everyone time is close we have our interview on 7/5/2011

I was reading that we need a unmarried certificate Well I never been Married So dont my tax returns prove this,

Also she did not recevied the mail I sent her on 6/06/2011 with my I-134 I am going to email her everthing then send her i-134 original signature exspress or can she get by with a copy from email? just incase she dont get the others in time for her interview

She has a exact copy of the I-129 Already

Thanks Len

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visa applicant / beneficiary needs that, and it needs to be translated into english.

Please read http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/228853-notarial-birth-certificate/

the same office will handle that for her.

ignore the bickering in that post, the content is good, even some chinese you can show your lass.

re: the I-134 - wow. unsure about email copies.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
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visa applicant / beneficiary needs that, and it needs to be translated into english.

Please read http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/228853-notarial-birth-certificate/

the same office will handle that for her.

ignore the bickering in that post, the content is good, even some chinese you can show your lass.

re: the I-134 - wow. unsure about email copies.

Thanks

I will try to send orignal 1-134 and new letter of intent to her overnight exspress some how, and email her the rest proof of work irs trans scripts and bank statements proof of income I never been married so I will write a letter and say that also I have it on my irs transcrits show be enough proof

thanks len

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len, you've read the OF-169 and DS-230, yes?

Don't use your voice in reading it, use hers.

'Certificate of Single Status' is not needed for USCitizen Petitioner, for a K-1 visa application, at Guangzhou IV Unit.

IMO, you've twisted it.


Sometimes my language usage seems confusing - please feel free to 'read it twice', just in case !
Ya know, you can find the answer to your question with the advanced search tool, when using a PC? Ditch the handphone, come back later on a PC, and try again.

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Whoa Nelly ! Want NVC Info? see http://www.visajourney.com/wiki/index.php/NVC_Process

Congratulations on your approval ! We All Applaud your accomplishment with Most Wonderful Kissies !

 

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Hi everyone time is close we have our interview on 7/5/2011

I was reading that we need a unmarried certificate Well I never been Married So dont my tax returns prove this,

Also she did not recevied the mail I sent her on 6/06/2011 with my I-134 I am going to email her everthing then send her i-134 original signature exspress or can she get by with a copy from email? just incase she dont get the others in time for her interview

She has a exact copy of the I-129 Already

Thanks Len

There is no such thing as a Certificate of Unmarraige in the US. I will draft one up for you if it makes you feel better.

If you are not currently married, or are not divorced, or had a spouse pass away....everyone understands that you are therefore unmarried.


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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There is no such thing as a Certificate of Unmarraige in the US. I will draft one up for you if it makes you feel better.

If you are not currently married, or are not divorced, or had a spouse pass away....everyone understands that you are therefore unmarried.

Ok great I thats what I thought too

I will just write a letter and tell my age and etc and state I have never been married

Thanks For the feed Back Len

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len, you've read the OF-169 and DS-230, yes?

Don't use your voice in reading it, use hers.

'Certificate of Single Status' is not needed for USCitizen Petitioner, for a K-1 visa application, at Guangzhou IV Unit.

IMO, you've twisted it.

Yes you are right I guess I am getting off the tract now since I am worried she wont get my I-134 in time, So far we have done very well and have had no problems and all our paper work is got the ok first time

Thanks Len

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