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My filipina fiancee is concerned that she will need to get "red ribbon" certification on her birthcertificate, cenomar, police report, and even her passport before she presents these documents to the U.S. Consulate in Manila, Philippines during her K1 Visa interview.

I told her this is just an attempt by more Philippine jurisdictions to collect another fee. I have not read talk of this "red ribbon" issue in these forums, and I told her that the U.S. Consulate probably doesn't care about a red ribbon since this certification is acknowledged in the USA.

Can anyone share some insight about this?


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Red ribbon is not necessary at all and she shouldn't worry about that. Just make sure she have her nbi,police clearances from other country,birth cert etc.

08.11.2014 - Sent I-751
08.13.2014 - NOA
09.12.2014 - Biometric Appt
02.23.2015 - Card on Production (Decision Letter)
03.09.2015 - Greencard received


07.27.2016 - Sent Application for Citizenship

07.29.2016 - NOA1

08.15.2016 - Fingerprint

02.13.2017 - Interview Date

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No need... if she does not believe you... tell her to join this group on facebook http://www.facebook.com/groups/happyladiesvip/

Those are filipina who have gone through the process and she can get info there...

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There's absolutely NO need to get those documents authenticated (red ribbon). As long as she presents the original and valid (not expired) documents at the interview, she'll be fine.

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Posted in proper forum.

Edited by Baub

5-25-2013: Sent I-130 package

5-31-2013:Received text and email of NOA1(now waiting for Hard copy of NOA1)

6-03-2013:NOA1 Hard copy came in the mail

11-20-2013: "Transferred to another USCIS office"

1-8-2014:Received text of NOA2 and email

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