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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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So my wife in India is trying to get all of her documents updated way before we get to the embassy interview, since she's been using her old address for like a year now lol. She went to get a new passport with her new address on it. But at the passport Seva Kendr (service center), they told her that they needed her original marriage cert, not the certified copy from the court house, to issue the new passport with her marital status as 'married. So I have question for this forum:.



Will it make any difference at our interview if her passport says single instead of married if all of the other info is correct?



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I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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My wife is in India, the rules might be a bit different from Ghana. We are still in the USCIS stage, so we are a long way from the interview. I just want everything prepared and ready now.

I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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You send the original certificate to the USCIS? If so, you should have send them a certified copy. When your case gets send to the NVC, the IV packet is where you send the original certificate (they will ask for it). You could tell your wife to go and make a duplicate original marriage certificate and use that. You have to have your name updated on your passport. You will be sending a image of your passport to the NVC, so you don't want the C/O officer confused or neither do you want to give them an excuse.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
Timeline

You send the original certificate to the USCIS? If so, you should have send them a certified copy. When your case gets send to the NVC, the IV packet is where you send the original certificate (they will ask for it). You could tell your wife to go and make a duplicate original marriage certificate and use that. You have to have your name updated on your passport. You will be sending a image of your passport to the NVC, so you don't want the C/O officer confused or neither do you want to give them an excuse.

No I sent them a copy. But the certificate is with me here in the States and not with her over there in India, and I do not want to send it through the mail, since it will just have to be sent back to me when our case gets to the NVC.

I-130 Sent: 11 November 2013

I-130 1st i-797(NOA-1): 12 November 2013, Vermont (Dis-)Service Center (1 day in transit)

I-130 2nd i-797(NOA-2): 30 May 2014, Vermont (Total Dis-)Service Center (199 days in USCIS hell)

I-30 Received at NVC: 11 June 2014 (11 days in transit)

NVC Case # Assigned: 27 June 2014 (15 days to case number assigned)

DS-261 Completed: 15 July 2014 (18 days to DS-261 available)

AOS Fee Bill Paid: 17 July 2014

AOS Fee Bill Shows "Paid": 22 July 2014

AOS Package Sent Out:23 July 2014

AOS Package Recieved: 28 July 2014

DS-260 Completed: ?

IV Fee Bill Paid: ?

November 2014 USCIS Spreadsheet: https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0Aqgp_fafY_R6dFI3cDREc2tNWV9qV09mMzN3WXR2dEE&usp=sharing#gid=3

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