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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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There is a new law in india, that after any religious wedding, it is mandatory for a registered marriage to happen to "make it official". Because of this new development, I understood it has that we can have a religious wedding in india, before getting K1 visa. Since religious weddings are now considered as being not legal. Now my fiance has gotten her K1 visa. Can we go back and get that done??

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: India
Timeline

Are you trying to register your marriage in India??? Please be clear.


K-1 Journey....

05/15/2006 - Sent to TSC (Day 1)

05/30/2006 - NOA 1

07/21/2006 - NOA 2

08/23/2006 - INTERVIEW SUCCESSFUL!! (Day 99)[/b]

08/24/2006 - Visa Issued......08/30/2006 --- Visa in HAND !!!

09/02/2006 - REUNITED

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09/07/2006 - Married

09/07/2006 - Applied for SSN

09/13/2006 - Picked-up Marriage Certificate's from the COURTHOUSE

09/13/2006 - Vaccinations DONE !!!

09/21/2006 - SSN received

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09/21/2006 - Mailed out I-485 Package to Chicago.

10/02/2006 - NOA recevied

10/06/2006 - Letter Received for Biometrics

10/10/2006 - Biometric's Done !!! Appointment for Biometric's originally was on 10/14/2006

10/23/2006 - Case Transfered to CSC

10/27/2006 - Case received at CSC

11/09/2006 - E-mail recevied from CRIS saying AOS Approved and welcome notice mailed.

11/14/2006 - An approval letter mailed.

11/15/2006 - Green Card Received !!

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8/15/2008 - Mailed out I-751 Package to Nebreska. (mail fwd to Cali)

8/21/2008 - Package delivered.

8/25/2008 - Check Cashed/Cleared.

8/29/2008 - NOA Received.

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Bharat,

You'd best ask an Indian family law attorney for an interpretation of that new law, and then review that interpretation with a US immigration attorney who does a lot of work with immigrants from India.

A mistake here could be costly in terms of time and money.

Yodrak

There is a new law in india, that after any religious wedding, it is mandatory for a registered marriage to happen to "make it official". Because of this new development, I understood it has that we can have a religious wedding in india, before getting K1 visa. Since religious weddings are now considered as being not legal. Now my fiance has gotten her K1 visa. Can we go back and get that done??

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