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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Nicaragua
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Good day to everyone,my fiancé and I…we are trying to get a marriage license at soon she get here get the document done and continue with the paper work mean time we will like to plan for the weeding ceremony at church wish my concern is that all picture will be taken that day for future proof,so when ever i send the marriage license to the USCIS I will not have any proof that we are getting married or can i do a couple of pic when we sign the document as proof i want the next step move forward, reason why we want get this done because my job allow me to be at home 12 days and 28 away so the sooner that she get in the system the better for booths …..hope you VJ give some advice

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Outside of the passport style photos required (taken within 30 days of filing the I-485 Adjustment of Status) you don't require proof of wedding photos, only the marriage certificate. It seems to be easier than proving a relationship exists like the I-129F was. I am sure photos would go a long way, but USCIS does not list anything of the sort in their I-485 instructions: http://www.uscis.gov/sites/default/files/files/form/i-485instr.pdf

You cannot send a marriage license to USCIS, you need the actual marriage certificate. You will need to see how long the state takes that you are getting married in to send you a marriage certificate. In Pennsylvania, where we are marrying, I already spoke ahead with the venue and officiant about requesting to take the signed marriage license to the courthouse myself. That gets us a marriage certificate the same day. Usually the officiant takes the signed license, mails it in and it takes a few weeks (sometimes months) to receive the actual certificate.

Hope that helps somewhat, hopefully others can answer as well.

Good luck!


Our K-1 at Texas Service Center

I-129F Sent: 07-02-14 (USPS Overnight Express)
I-129F Rcvd: 07-03-14
NOA1: 07-08-14

NOA1 Hardcopy: 07-14-14

ARN Changed: 07-16-14

NOA2: 01-23-15 (199 days)

Sent to NVC: 01-27-15

NOA2 Hardcopy: 01-30-15 (No consulate listed, inquiry opened)

NVC Received: 02-06-15 (Case # assigned)

NVC Sent: 02-19-15

London Embassy Received: 02-23-15

Readiness Submitted: 03-02-2015

Packet 3 Received: 03-03-2015

Packet 4 Received: 03-12-2015

Medical: 03-04-15 (Passed)

Interview: 04-10-2015 (Approved!)

Visa Issued: 04-15-2015

Visa In Hand: 04-21-2015

POE: 05-03-2015

Wedding: July 10, 2015

3,419 miles (L) Distance means nothing when your heart says "I love you"

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