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My husband (USC) filed a K1 on his second wife. What we will put in the question " Have you ever been filed for a petition for this or any other alien? Yes or NO? If "Yes" give name, place and date of filing and result.

HIs second wife was approved under K1 visa.. Please help me. We are confused.

Thanks.


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Di ba sis pag K1 visa ay fiance? Na approved pala. Divorced naman yata sila di ba?

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Jazel & Paul Stickel

January 2009 : met online via Filipino dating and singles site (Filipino Cupid);

chatting No E-mails.

February 2009 : arrived for first meeting in-person! We become friend.

September 2009 : arrived for second meeting in-person

February 2011 : Arrived for third meeting Engaged!!!

June 2011 : Propose to marry in 2012!!!

February 2,2012 : arrived forth meeting in person

February 3, 2012 : got the capacity to marry from the US Embassy Manila

February 14, 2012: Wedding ceremony at Municipality of Cainta, Rizal Philippines

February 16, 2012: signing the contract of marriage

IR-1/CR-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center : Vermont Service Center

Consulate : Manila, Philippines

Marriage (if applicable): 2012-02-16

I-130 Sent : 2012-05-07

I-130 NOA1 : 2012-05-14

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My husband (USC) filed a K1 on his second wife. What we will put in the question " Have you ever been filed for a petition for this or any other alien? Yes or NO? If "Yes" give name, place and date of filing and result.

HIs second wife was approved under K1 visa.. Please help me. We are confused.

Thanks.

The answer would be "Yes," with the details provided.


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hello what if my husband forgot the date of filing? can we just write that the date cannot be remembered?

What you can do is write "See attachment" in that area. Then attach a sheet of paper with that particular question # -- then explain you do not know the dates or other details. make sure that sheet of paper is attached to the I-130.


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"Retreat hell! We just got here!"

CAPT. LLOYD WILLIAMS, USMC

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What you can do is write "See attachment" in that area. Then attach a sheet of paper with that particular question # -- then explain you do not know the dates or other details. make sure that sheet of paper is attached to the I-130.

ok thanks.. i will do that. Thank you very much,


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ok thanks.. i will do that. Thank you very much,

You're welcome -- best wishes!


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hello what if my husband forgot the date of filing? can we just write that the date cannot be remembered?

Do the best you can. He knows the year within a year or so, so he can enter "about 20xx" and he knows the name and result. He should include the current immigration status for the beneficiary as well, if known. What is not known, enter unknown.


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Do the best you can. He knows the year within a year or so, so he can enter "about 20xx" and he knows the name and result. He should include the current immigration status for the beneficiary as well, if known. What is not known, enter unknown.

Our answer is this:

1. Name of first wife, USA, 1989, and APPROVED 2. Name of second wife, USA, 2007 and APPROVED

Please let me know if that would be fine. Thanks to all of you.


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Our answer is this:

1. Name of first wife, USA, 1989, and APPROVED 2. Name of second wife, USA, 2007 and APPROVED

Please let me know if that would be fine. Thanks to all of you.

The above does not include the current immigration status of the wives. I would add that, if known. If not known, indicate current status unknown. Filing for two previous spouses would be a huge red flag. Provide as much information as possible, even if you need another sheet.


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The above does not include the current immigration status of the wives. I would add that, if known. If not known, indicate current status unknown. Filing for two previous spouses would be a huge red flag. Provide as much information as possible, even if you need another sheet.

the first wife, their marriage lasted for 18 years. they were divorced last 2005. My husband is not sure if he filed K1 or Cr1 for his first wife. His first wife is from Puerto Rico. Then on 2007, my husband filed for his second wife under K1 visa. But his second wife died last 2008 in the US. we have divorce decree and death certificate as supporting docs.

HOw can we write know or unknown?


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the first wife, their marriage lasted for 18 years. they were divorced last 2005. My husband is not sure if he filed K1 or Cr1 for his first wife. His first wife is from Puerto Rico. Then on 2007, my husband filed for his second wife under K1 visa. But his second wife died last 2008 in the US. we have divorce decree and death certificate as supporting docs.

HOw can we write know or unknown?

If your husband knows WHERE he married his first wife, then he knows whether he filed for her as a fiancee or as a spouse.


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If your husband knows WHERE he married his first wife, then he knows whether he filed for her as a fiancee or as a spouse.

Hello, they got married in the states. He remembered that his first wife was a Tourist in the states and then she came back to Puerto Rico to fix their papers.

Can you help me what approach of explanation or how will i write in the form?


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Hello, they got married in the states. He remembered that his first wife was a Tourist in the states and then she came back to Puerto Rico to fix their papers.

Can you help me what approach of explanation or how will i write in the form?

The US Citizen is the one filing the petition. It's their explanation. I suggest you let them make their own explanation. If it won't fit on the form, they can write it on another sheet refer to the sheet in the space provided on the form. Only the person who knows the explanation can write it.


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The US Citizen is the one filing the petition. It's their explanation. I suggest you let them make their own explanation. If it won't fit on the form, they can write it on another sheet refer to the sheet in the space provided on the form. Only the person who knows the explanation can write it.

Thank you very much, Do you think it is a red flag? Do we need waiver form?


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