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Filed: Country: Vietnam
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Got a letter from DOHS today requesting more info

One thing they pointed out was Date of Marriage

Please verify the correct date of your marriage. You have indicated on your From I-751 that you were married on February 28, 2009 and on you Form G-325A you indicated that you were married on April 13, 2009.

We had our ceremony on 02/29/2009 and we celebrate our wedding on that day. However I believe we got the license later 04/13/2009 so that was the date put on G-325A. However 3 years later I did the I-751 and when they asked for Date of Marriage I put 02/29/2012 because that is the day we celebrate it. It think if I send in more proof and an explanation it should be ok.

Anybody else have this happen?

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K-1 Visa

Event Date

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

I-129F Sent : 2008-03-25

I-129F NOA1 : 2008-04-05

I-129F NOA2 : 2008-08-04

Interview Date : 2008-11-06

Interview Result : Denied 2008-12-05

Round 2

IR-1 / CR-1 Visa

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Marriage : 2009-04-13

I-130 Sent : 2009-04-28

I-130 NOA1 : 2009-04-29

I-130 Approved : 2009-09-09

Packet 3 Received : 2009-10-05

Packet 4 Received : 2009-11-13

Interview Date : 2009-12-23

Interview Result : Approved

Visa Received : 2010-01-07

POE minneapolis 02-19-10

By my side happy everafter 02-19-10

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada
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You have to put the actual date the marriage occurred. Not the date the marriage certificate was recorded or the date it was issued.


USCIS- 260 Days

6/8/11~ Mailed I-130 Application, withdrew Canadian PR application
6/16/11~ NOA1 email and text message Case routed to CSC (Priority Date)
7/12/11~ The 'Money Order' Incident/Returned to Tennessee
8/03/11~ TOUCHED!
3/2/12~ APPROVED! NOA2!

NVC Electronic Processing- Montreal- 19 Days

3/21/12~ Received case number & IIN 20 Days after NOA2
3/21/12~ Sent in opt-in email
3/22/12~ Opt-in accepted
3/23/12~ DS-261 Submitted, never accepted
3/29/12~ AOS bill invoiced and paid
3/30/12~ AOS shows PAID- AOS Package emailed/received, DS-3032 emailed/accepted
4/2/12~ IV bill invoiced and paid
4/3/12~ AOS Checklist documents emailed(first time)
4/4/12~ IV shows PAID- DS-260 submitted/ IV Package emailed/received
4/4/12~ AOS Checklist documents sent again for CYA (second time)
4/5/12~ IV package accepted! No Checklists!
4/6/12~ AOS Checklist emailed(third time)
4/9/12~ AOS packet accepted (finally)
CASE COMPLETE!!

Interview 354 days from NOA1/ 362 days from initial filing date
5/29/12~ Medical@ Medisys, Montreal
6/4/12~ Interview APPROVED!!!
08/07/2012~ POE Emerson, MB/Pembina, ND by land
08/09/2012~ HOME!! 424 days from initial filing date!
08/14/2012~ SSN Received
09/10/2012~ Received Green Card

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Got a letter from DOHS today requesting more info

One thing they pointed out was Date of Marriage

Please verify the correct date of your marriage. You have indicated on your From I-751 that you were married on February 28, 2009 and on you Form G-325A you indicated that you were married on April 13, 2009.

We had our ceremony on 02/29/2009 and we celebrate our wedding on that day. However I believe we got the license later 04/13/2009 so that was the date put on G-325A. However 3 years later I did the I-751 and when they asked for Date of Marriage I put 02/29/2012 because that is the day we celebrate it. It think if I send in more proof and an explanation it should be ok.

Anybody else have this happen?

Good to know that you two are doing well after all the work to be together.

Use the legal wedding date regardless of what day you celebrate. And as you may remember, consistency is key.

Resubmit whichever form is incorrect with the legal date. Don't add anything extra. If you're interviewed and the question comes up, explain then.

*Moved from IR1/CR1 forum to Removing Conditions forum*


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FOREIGN INCOME REPORTING & TAX FILING -->> https://www.irs.gov/publications/p54/ch01.html#en_US_2015_publink100047318

CALL THIS NUMBER TO ORDER IRS TAX TRANSCRIPTS >> 800-908-9946

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MULTI ENTRY SPOUSE VISA TO VN -->>Link to Visa Exemption for Vietnamese Residents Overseas & Their Spouses

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"Got a letter from DOHS today requesting more info

One thing they pointed out was Date of Marriage

Please verify the correct date of your marriage. You have indicated on your From I-751 that you were married on February 28, 2009 and on you Form G-325A you indicated that you were married on April 13, 2009.

We had our ceremony on 02/29/2009 and we celebrate our wedding on that day. However I believe we got the license later 04/13/2009 so that was the date put on G-325A. However 3 years later I did the I-751 and when they asked for Date of Marriage I put 02/29/2012 because that is the day we celebrate it. It think if I send in more proof and an explanation it should be ok.

Anybody else have this happen?"

Bryonm4, my friend, there is only ONE Marriage Date, it does not matter when you receive the marriage certificate or when you celebrate it :D .

Those days are irrelevant with the question asked in the forms.

Of course, when you give so many different dates which will raise red flags.

When you answer your RFE, please include a detailed Cover Letter explaining the situation,

otherwise I'm afraid you have to answer so many questions over and over again in front of IO at a possible interview.

Anyone can easily guess the first question being asked multiple times during the interview like "When did you guys get married" ?:D

Edited by Cino

"Patience is the key to the paradise (US Citizenship, in our case)"

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