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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I’m trying to plan a cost effective wedding. I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions for an inexpensive wedding in Jamaica. I’m trying to keep a small wedding.

I’m thinking some where in Montego Bay.

On another not. I was meeting with a lawyer about the immigration process.

And her work of caution. Was have your fiancé provided you with a police record

So your 100% sure that the filling of the papers can work.

I never thought about this and have known my fiancé since 2007.

I trust his word but her you can never be to sure. He has agreed to get

In for me so we can move forward with out plans.


I-130:

03-16-2013: Marriage JAMAICA

05-31-2013: I-130 Noa1

02-25-2014: NOA2

NVC

03-10-2014: Case # and IIN assigned (both cases hubby and step daughter)

04-14-2014: DS261and AOS available

04-15-2014: AoS fee paid

04-21-2014: IV fee paid

04-23-2014: AOS mailed next day

05-14-2014: fake checklist for civil documents

Called and was told AOS was reviewed and accepted

05-16-2014: IV documents scanned in

05-19-2014: another check list asking for civil docs.called and confirmed.

05-23-2014: called for update. There just waiting to review the package scanned in on

06-13-2014 CC

06-24-2014 called and recived interview date

06-25-2014 interview. Email

08-05-2014 interview

08-05-2014 APPROVED

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Alot of the hotels give complimentary weddings if you book so many nights there. You might try that. And they are beautiful as well. You can just google. Hotels that provide free weddings.


3/2010-Met the love of my life via Mocospace.com (short lived)

8/26/10-Our 2nd chance @ luv

1/15/11-Andray asked me to marry him

6/10-6/21/11-1st trip to Jamaica

10/16-10/23/11-2nd trip to Jamaica for wedding

10/22/11-Married my best friend

2/9-2/19/12-3rd trip to Jamaica

OUR CR1 JOURNEY!!

2/24/12-Mailed I-130 USPS Priority Mail

2/28/12-I-130 Received & Sent to VSC

3/1/12-Received NOA1 txt 10:49pm

3/5/12-Received hard copy

6/1-6/5/12-4th trip to Jamaica

7/5/12-Received NOA2 approved via txt 4:45pm

7/9/12-Hard copy in mail & case received at NVC

7/31/12-Called NVC for status update gave email address

8/1/12-Recvd DS3032 & AOS Bill

8/1/12-Paid AOS bill

8/2/12-Rtrnd DS3032 via email

8/3/12-Sent AOS packet sent USPS prority mail

8/6/12-AOS packet received

8/10/12-AOS approved

8/10/12-Received confirm. of DS3032 via email

8/13/2012-Received IV BILL & PAID

8/21/12-Sent IV Packet overnight USPS

8/22/12-Packet recvd at NVC

8/27/12-Case complete @ NVC

9/13/12-Recvd Interview letter

9/24/12-Medical Appt (completed)

10/10/12-Picked up medical packet

10/11/12-Interview Date (APPROVED!!!)

10/16/12-Visa Ready

10/17/12-Visa in Hand

10/19/12- POE @ Clt Intl

11/02/12-Green card in hand

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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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I’m trying to plan a cost effective wedding. I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions for an inexpensive wedding in Jamaica. I’m trying to keep a small wedding.

I’m thinking some where in Montego Bay.

On another not. I was meeting with a lawyer about the immigration process.

And her work of caution. Was have your fiancé provided you with a police record

So your 100% sure that the filling of the papers can work.

I never thought about this and have known my fiancé since 2007.

I trust his word but her you can never be to sure. He has agreed to get

In for me so we can move forward with out plans.

I cant help you with the marraige thing. But with regards to the lawyer and this process....I dont think you need to spend the additional cash. This site can help you out VERY much! Do a likkle more research on here and ask around..you'd be amazed how much you can do youself. Just a thought.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I’m trying to plan a cost effective wedding. I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions for an inexpensive wedding in Jamaica. I’m trying to keep a small wedding.

I’m thinking some where in Montego Bay.

On another not. I was meeting with a lawyer about the immigration process.

And her work of caution. Was have your fiancé provided you with a police record

So your 100% sure that the filling of the papers can work.

I never thought about this and have known my fiancé since 2007.

I trust his word but her you can never be to sure. He has agreed to get

In for me so we can move forward with out plans.

Good idea about the Police Certificate.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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Thanks guys very helpful.


I-130:

03-16-2013: Marriage JAMAICA

05-31-2013: I-130 Noa1

02-25-2014: NOA2

NVC

03-10-2014: Case # and IIN assigned (both cases hubby and step daughter)

04-14-2014: DS261and AOS available

04-15-2014: AoS fee paid

04-21-2014: IV fee paid

04-23-2014: AOS mailed next day

05-14-2014: fake checklist for civil documents

Called and was told AOS was reviewed and accepted

05-16-2014: IV documents scanned in

05-19-2014: another check list asking for civil docs.called and confirmed.

05-23-2014: called for update. There just waiting to review the package scanned in on

06-13-2014 CC

06-24-2014 called and recived interview date

06-25-2014 interview. Email

08-05-2014 interview

08-05-2014 APPROVED

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I’m trying to plan a cost effective wedding. I’m wondering if anyone has any suggestions for an inexpensive wedding in Jamaica. I’m trying to keep a small wedding.

I’m thinking some where in Montego Bay.

On another not. I was meeting with a lawyer about the immigration process.

And her work of caution. Was have your fiancé provided you with a police record

So your 100% sure that the filling of the papers can work.

I never thought about this and have known my fiancé since 2007.

I trust his word but her you can never be to sure. He has agreed to get

In for me so we can move forward with out plans.

I just married in Maypen Jamaica this year and we did it through the Registrar General's Department. This is where you file for your marriage liscense and they have a room decorated with a preacher. You have to schedule it, but the whole process (taxes, certificate, etc) was less than $200. It was nice, different than what we are use to here in the process, you stop and sign the paperwork before the rings are exchanged, but it was nice nonetheless and not expensive. I have found it very simple so far filling out the paperwork needed and submitting it to USCIS. I could not afford a lawyer and the information is so self explanatory..I only part I am having difficulty with so far is my phone records, he calls me on my landline and I cannot get a record of incoming calls without a subpoena, but can't get a subpoena without a court case which doesnt exist.

Good Luck and congratulations!!!


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I just married in Maypen Jamaica this year and we did it through the Registrar General's Department. This is where you file for your marriage liscense and they have a room decorated with a preacher. You have to schedule it, but the whole process (taxes, certificate, etc) was less than $200. It was nice, different than what we are use to here in the process, you stop and sign the paperwork before the rings are exchanged, but it was nice nonetheless and not expensive. I have found it very simple so far filling out the paperwork needed and submitting it to USCIS. I could not afford a lawyer and the information is so self explanatory..I only part I am having difficulty with so far is my phone records, he calls me on my landline and I cannot get a record of incoming calls without a subpoena, but can't get a subpoena without a court case which doesnt exist.

Good Luck and congratulations!!!

This sounds grreat.

Can you give me more info on how I go about this.

I want to marry January 18. My fiancé lives in motego bay

I live in Ny

I went to the registrar department website and. Emailed the form they have

Thanks in advance for your help :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs: :thumbs:


I-130:

03-16-2013: Marriage JAMAICA

05-31-2013: I-130 Noa1

02-25-2014: NOA2

NVC

03-10-2014: Case # and IIN assigned (both cases hubby and step daughter)

04-14-2014: DS261and AOS available

04-15-2014: AoS fee paid

04-21-2014: IV fee paid

04-23-2014: AOS mailed next day

05-14-2014: fake checklist for civil documents

Called and was told AOS was reviewed and accepted

05-16-2014: IV documents scanned in

05-19-2014: another check list asking for civil docs.called and confirmed.

05-23-2014: called for update. There just waiting to review the package scanned in on

06-13-2014 CC

06-24-2014 called and recived interview date

06-25-2014 interview. Email

08-05-2014 interview

08-05-2014 APPROVED

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