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ok i need some more clarification and in the process give you guys the whole story together. OK here is goes:

My fiance is a filipina and has permanent residency in korea (F5 visa). Now after everything i researched and also asked the immigration lawyer from the beginning of my research was that "is my finace is living in korea, and has a divorce there then according to the u.s. immigration law they will view her as being able to remarry."

I am aware of everything i need for the I-129F packet. I also understand that she will need an recent NBI and korean police report as well. My question is will she need a CENOMAR for the interview at the U.S. consulate once we get to that process. Again according to wut i was told in my above statement, it doesnt look like she will need it. But just wanting to make sure.

2nd question is when she is finally able to come to U.S. for us to get married, do we have to go to Philippine embassy here or can we just go to a local court house to get married. How does the process work for us to get married here. I live in tacoma, washington and there is no PI embassy here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. My finace went to the PI embassy in seoul with a friend and i think the person they were talking to was thinking about marriage in korea and wut is needed, not so much for wut is here in u.s.


Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing unsure.png

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

Feb 23, 2014 Fiance Arrives to USA

Mar 8, 2014 Married

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ok i need some more clarification and in the process give you guys the whole story together. OK here is goes:

My fiance is a filipina and has permanent residency in korea (F5 visa). Now after everything i researched and also asked the immigration lawyer from the beginning of my research was that "is my finace is living in korea, and has a divorce there then according to the u.s. immigration law they will view her as being able to remarry."

I am aware of everything i need for the I-129F packet. I also understand that she will need an recent NBI and korean police report as well. My question is will she need a CENOMAR for the interview at the U.S. consulate once we get to that process. Again according to wut i was told in my above statement, it doesnt look like she will need it. But just wanting to make sure.

2nd question is when she is finally able to come to U.S. for us to get married, do we have to go to Philippine embassy here or can we just go to a local court house to get married. How does the process work for us to get married here. I live in tacoma, washington and there is no PI embassy here.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated. My finace went to the PI embassy in seoul with a friend and i think the person they were talking to was thinking about marriage in korea and wut is needed, not so much for wut is here in u.s.

If she is in Korea that means she doesnt need that CENOMAR thing,i did mine in Singapore and dont need that.

You can get register and get your marriage license in your local court.

And is all that she needed i think.


Petition for my Mom

11/11/12 - Sent application
11/15/12 - Priority date
11/ /12 - NOA1
01/15/13 - RFE noticed recieved
01/17/13 - Mailed RFE documents
01/26/13 - APPROVED

NVC JOURNEY

02/04/13 - Case recieved
02/25/13 - Case number assigned
02/28/13 - Recieved email from NVC
02/28/13 - Sent Choice of Agent from beneficiary email add
02/28/13 - Paid AOS bill
03/06/13 - AOS "paid"
03/08/13 - Choice of agent accepted
03/11/13 - Recived IV bill
03/12/13 - Sent AOS packaged
03/27/13 - Recieved RFE for I-864A
04/02/13 - Re send I-864A
07/01/13 - Paid IV bill

07/29/13 - Sent IV Packet

08/01/13 - NVC Recieved Packet

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Filed: Timeline

If she is in Korea that means she doesnt need that CENOMAR thing,i did mine in Singapore and dont need that.

You can get register and get your marriage license in your local court.

And is all that she needed i think.

thanks so much for the response. I thought i was right but just seems like certain dont know and talk outta their A$@. My fiance starting getting worried after going to the PI embassy in seoul, and listening to the person was saying. Getting everything together now and Im praying to God that I can send the application in the beginning of Jan.


Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing unsure.png

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

Feb 23, 2014 Fiance Arrives to USA

Mar 8, 2014 Married

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Has anyone here gotten a K1 visa through South Korea, and wut was the process?


Dec 11, 2011-Started Relationship
Jan 10, 2012- Left South Korea
Dec 13, 2012- Trip to korea
May 6, 2013 - Second trip to korea
May 9, 2013- Proposed at hauendae beach, busan south korea
Jul 18, 2013- I-129F Petition Filed
Jul 24, 2013- NOA 1
Aug 2, 2013- Request Expedite

Aug 2, 2013- Expedite request approved
Aug 6, 2013- NOA2

Aug 21, 2013- Receieved E-packet from US Consulate (Seoul)

Aug 25, 2013- Received Korean Police Clearance

Oct 2, 2013- Medical Complete

Oct 11,2013- Received Medical Paper

Oct 14, 2013- Received NBI from Philippines

Oct 17, 2013- Scheduled Interview

Oct 22, 2013- Passed Interview

Oct 28, 2013- Administration Processing unsure.png

Nov 2, 2013- Visa Approved

Feb 23, 2014 Fiance Arrives to USA

Mar 8, 2014 Married

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thanks so much for the response. I thought i was right but just seems like certain dont know and talk outta their A$@. My fiance starting getting worried after going to the PI embassy in seoul, and listening to the person was saying. Getting everything together now and Im praying to God that I can send the application in the beginning of Jan.

PI embassy will not be involve in this immigration process at all,but one thing after you guys get married here she can report the marriage to the nearest PI consulate in the US,she can print the form online and send it to them.


Petition for my Mom

11/11/12 - Sent application
11/15/12 - Priority date
11/ /12 - NOA1
01/15/13 - RFE noticed recieved
01/17/13 - Mailed RFE documents
01/26/13 - APPROVED

NVC JOURNEY

02/04/13 - Case recieved
02/25/13 - Case number assigned
02/28/13 - Recieved email from NVC
02/28/13 - Sent Choice of Agent from beneficiary email add
02/28/13 - Paid AOS bill
03/06/13 - AOS "paid"
03/08/13 - Choice of agent accepted
03/11/13 - Recived IV bill
03/12/13 - Sent AOS packaged
03/27/13 - Recieved RFE for I-864A
04/02/13 - Re send I-864A
07/01/13 - Paid IV bill

07/29/13 - Sent IV Packet

08/01/13 - NVC Recieved Packet

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

I cant tell you whether or not you will need a cenomar. If it turns out you do or just want it just in case you can order it online and have it delivered to Korea for $25.

https://www.ecensus.com.ph/Default.aspx

Getting married in the USA is just a matter of getting marriage license and marrying .


I-129F K1 Visa

06/04/12- I-129F mailed USPS Priority

06/06/12- USPS Delivery Confirmation

06/11/12- Received Text & Email notification for NOA1

06/11/12- Official NOA1 date on hardcopy

06/12/12- USCIS cashed check

06/14/12- Received NOA1 hardcopy in mail

09/09/12- Received Text/Email NOA2

09/12/12- NVC received

09/13/12- NVC issued case #

09/14/12- NVC Left for USEM

09/17/12- Schelduled Interview

09/21/12- USEM Received case

09/21/12- Received Instruction Letter NVC completed

09/24/12- Medical at St Lukes ( Day 1 Delay started menst :( )

10/01/12- Medical at St Lukes (Day 2 Passed)

10/04/12- CFO seminar completed ( Certificate issued)

10/19/12- Interview USEM (Approved)

10/24/12- USEM issued/released visa to 2GO for delivery

10/25/12- Able to track visa via 2GO website ( *Had to use UID# as tracking #)

10/27/12- Visa received (Quezon City)

12/06/12- POE SFO

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