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I129-F : Unable to find A# of ex wife


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Canada

Hello all, good people of the VJ forums!

My fiancé and I are started filing the I-129F, thrilled to be on the way of living together! My question is about point 11 of the form: my fiancé was married to a german alien and they are not in very good terms right now. Not enough anyway for her to reply to our email requesting her alien number. And since my love doesnt have her phone number anymore, I am worried we will never get to find that number.

Now I wonder: is it such a big deal? I tend to stress a lot about all of this so I am afraid not having her number might be a problem causing unfortunate delays in the process, if not worse :( . My fiancé, on the other hand, suggest that we attach her social security number instead, maybe also adding a short explanation of the situation: the wedding was a very long time ago, she moved across the country and is hard to reach, that kind of things...

What do you think? Is that information crucial enough to involve their divorce attorneys in it? Or will an honest "We cant have her A# but here are other informations instead" do the trick?

Thank you for your opinion and advice!

Marie-Eve (in love with Frederick) (L)

“Absence diminishes mediocre passions and increases great ones, as the wind extinguishes candles and fans fires.”

Francois de La Rochefoucauld

Meeting Online / Fall 2010

Met in Person / January 2011

Engaged / November 2012

WEDDING DAY! / March 8th 2014

I-130 sent / May 5th 2014

NOA1 Received / May 15th 2014

NOA2 Received / October 6th 2014

DS-260 + I-864 sent / January 19th 2015

Case Completed / March 30th 2015!!!

Montreal Embassy Interview / May 19th 2015 APPROVED!

Visa in hand / May 25th 2015

POE / June 27th 2015

Home in SD / July 2nd 2015

SSN Received / July 8th 2015

Green Card in hand / July 26th 2015

AOS / ... 2017

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