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G-325A for fiancee - Complicated life history

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I need some advice from the visa journey experts before I start seeking out paid legal advice. I'm looking to file for a K1 visa for my fiancee but she has a very complicated past.

My fiancee was born in Honduras and when she was 5 she moved to Mexico with her mother. Her mother passed away 2 years after the move and she was then adopted by a group of nuns that run an orphanage in Mexico. She does not have her Honduran birth certificate and she does not know the hospital she was born in. During her adoption a new Mexican birth certificate was made for her, but the father's and mother's details were left blank. My Fiancee also doesn't know the legal name of her mother. Do to several complications she has no access to her mother's details or father's whereabouts. She is now in her mid-twenties.

Since her mother's and father's details are all blank, I'm not sure how to explain this in the G-325A.

Looking for any suggestions.

Thanks!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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My thought would be the way you have done here. What Passport does she have.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: India
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I think a letter of explanation similar to what you have written here would be sufficient, and write "unknown" on the G-325A. My fiance and I had a birth certificate totally missing information for one parent. I filled in "unknown" for each space of the missing information, and included a copy of the birth certificate to back this up.


I am the Petitioner

Our Relationship

2013-04 - Fiance and I have first non-work related chat at work. The topic...Scotch!

2013-06 - We get better acquainted outside of work via Facebook.

2013-09-07- We're a couple!

2013-11-27- We meet in person for the first time! I travel to India and we spend 10 days together in Delhi.

2013-12 -2014-02- Sometime between December and February, we become engaged (positive now after in-person meeting luv.gif )

Our K-1 Journey

2014-02-18- I-129F mailed

2014-02-25- NOA1. Assigned to Texas Service Center.

2014-02-27- Alien registration number changed.

2014-08-12- UCSIS website updated.... RFE for more evidence of intent to marry (engagement photos, wedding announcements, deposits paid, etc). :wow:

2014-08-19- RFE response. Waiting to see what happens....

2014-09-08- I-129F APPROVED finally!!! :dance:

2014-09-12- Petition sent to NVC.

2014-09-17- 2nd trip to New Delhi

2014-12-09- Interview in New Delhi. PETITIONER ATTENDED THE INTERVIEW. Result- Approved!!!!

2015-03-20- POE Charlotte, NC

2015-03-25- Married!!!!!!!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Not that it matters but wonder how she obtained Mexican citizenship. Sounds like she may have dual citizenship, do not know how you address that.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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