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I am filing a 129f for my fiance. I have previoulsy been married to a woman for whom i submitted and 1-130, but the marriage ended almost ten years ago. I am stil on speaking terms with her and called her to see if she has any of the information as i do not have any. She told me that she does not, all i have is her A# and i could just put down the month of the filing i can get that form my passport entries and exits. I am wondering if anyone has had problems with not knowing the exact dates of previous paperwork, or of marriages. We were also married twice, once in the us and once abroad. Long story but we ended up going to the embassy in her country and getting married and doing all of the paper work over there. I also do not have the exact dates of our marriage overseas. I can try a freedom of information act request but i think that it could take a long time. Anyone who has experienced problems with dates, or success in giving only a month or range of time on the forms, please respond. I am not sure what to do about this matter.

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You were only married once. If that 1st marriage took place in the US then list that as the US recognizes all marriages (that is to say if we were married in Canada, we are married in the US, no need to get remarried once down here)

If you are not sure (and are you sure your ex doesn't know your marriage date?) then list it as "July 1999"

good luck

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