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the marriage certificate you get the same day. Just go to the civil status dept in your area, make sure you get it in english and arabic, and also when you are there you need to certificate of personal information, also in english and arabic. It literally takes 5 or 10 minutes to get them, no different than getting a birth certificate at a city hall here in the US. You do NOT need either of these at the NVC stage, at the NVC they are only worried about the marriage contract from the court. Just hand them to the CO at the embassy when they ask for the other documents. Amman is very organized, and everyone there is very friendly, don;t worry they will tell you exactly what they need as they need it.

Hi what is the certificate of personal information? what information does it provide? and who needs to get one the Petitioner or the Beneficiary? Thanks in advanced.

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Hi what is the certificate of personal information? what information does it provide? and who needs to get one the Petitioner or the Beneficiary? Thanks in advanced.

beneficiary. Why would the petitioner require a Jordanian document? It would be a REALLY good idea to go to the Embassy site for Amman and read the required documents that you need to bring to the interview. It states there exactly what you need. You seem confused as to who needs what and when. All of the petitioner info was required at USCIS stage, NVC beneficiary...interview go to the Jordan embassy website, read it and re-read it. Bring all originals to the interview PLUS a copy. They will look at the originals to verify they are real and they will keep the copies.

I forget exactly what's on it, I think parents, marriage date, wife...but you need it, and without it your visa will be denied. Just go to the civil status dept and get one, in english and arabic. Doesn't really matter what's on it, they require it.

And yes, you asked a question in a thread that was 3 years old. If you have a question of your own ALWAYS start a new thread. I never would have looked back at a thread from that long ago, and you should never hijack someone else's thread.

Good luck!

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