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Hi Guys,

I would like to ask on what is the process for getting the hukuo transferred from one place to another? The situation is that my fiancé used to work in a company in Xiamen which moved her hukuo from her hometown. now that she does not work with them anymore, i was wondering how to get it transferred or pulled out. We will be needing it for the birth certificate procedure, unless there is another way to get the birth certificate with out bothering the hukuo procedure. How long would it take by the way? Hope some of you have an idea with this. thanks

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She goes to her home town's police station with her hukuo book, then fills out a paper stating when she was born, place of birth and her parents name. The police officer will stamp the paper with their seal. Then she takes that paper to the public notary in the town. Then notary will take the paper, will not return it, then they will print the official birth certificate. It is wise to buy a couple of copies of it at that time. 5 minutes of work at both places.

There is no need to move the hukuo book.

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2014-05-12 I-129F Mailed
2014-05-21 NOA1:
2014-05-29 (ARN) Alien Registration Number
2014-08-11 Transfer (TSC to CSC)
2014-09-23 RFE:
2014-11-04 Denial of I-129f :cry:
2014-11-25 Married in Zhengzhou, Henan, China! (L):luv:
2015-01-08 I-130 Mailed (FedEx)
2015-01-12 I-130 Received by Chicago lockbox
2015-01-15 I-130 Check cleared bank
2015-01-13 I-130 NOA1 (Nebraska)
2015-04-17 I-130 NOA2 :dancing:
2015-04-20 Sent to NVC
2015-04-23 Received by NVC

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thanks mike for the info. would you have an idea on how long it takes to transfer back the hukuo to her hometown or what the procedure is?

I don't know about that part. I was video chatting with my Fiancé about the other information at the time and we had discussed the topic when we getting her information together for our K-1 application earlier this year.

She just emphasizes that there is no need to transfer it. Your future wife will be in the US soon enough and you can forget about that book, unless perhaps you were planning to bring some children or her parents along.

Your Fiancé can take the hukuo from any province to her home town and generate the papers that she needs.

P.S. I hope they get rid of that book soon, it's nothing but trouble. For us, my Fiancé is listed in the Hukuo book that her ex husband guards and hides at his family house. He keeps it in hopes that he can keep her from leaving the country. He was abusive to her, but still hopes that she returns to him. She had to lie to him and say that she needed it to apply for a loan on an apartment last time we needed it to generate her birth and police records. After a few days he wanted it back and is again hiding it somewhere. For us it is an evil book that we hope to never touch again.


2014-05-12 I-129F Mailed
2014-05-21 NOA1:
2014-05-29 (ARN) Alien Registration Number
2014-08-11 Transfer (TSC to CSC)
2014-09-23 RFE:
2014-11-04 Denial of I-129f :cry:
2014-11-25 Married in Zhengzhou, Henan, China! (L):luv:
2015-01-08 I-130 Mailed (FedEx)
2015-01-12 I-130 Received by Chicago lockbox
2015-01-15 I-130 Check cleared bank
2015-01-13 I-130 NOA1 (Nebraska)
2015-04-17 I-130 NOA2 :dancing:
2015-04-20 Sent to NVC
2015-04-23 Received by NVC

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HLSmp8.png

iD6xm6.png

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