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August 6th CEAC read issued for my fiances visa. I do believe we have one final hurdle to clear before we are done. My fiancé is 20 years old so we had a letter of consent notarized After reading these forums, it said you should bring the ids of the person signing the consent, which would be her mother , as her father is deceased. Our problem is mother doesn't have any ids except her marriage contract from her current marriage and it's old and hardly legible. My fiancé will go to Tacloban NSO Monday and help her mother get a new marriage contract to eliminate that problem. Here are the two choices that we have unless someone knows something better. 1) have my fiancé go to CFO with just the notarized consent and her mothers marriage contact as the only id or 2) have her mother go with her to CFO with the marriage contract still serving as her only id. And I thought we had the hard parts behind us. Any input or suggestion on which my fiancé should do would be greatly appreciated

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August 6th CEAC read issued for my fiances visa. I do believe we have one final hurdle to clear before we are done. My fiancé is 20 years old so we had a letter of consent notarized After reading these forums, it said you should bring the ids of the person signing the consent, which would be her mother , as her father is deceased. Our problem is mother doesn't have any ids except her marriage contract from her current marriage and it's old and hardly legible. My fiancé will go to Tacloban NSO Monday and help her mother get a new marriage contract to eliminate that problem. Here are the two choices that we have unless someone knows something better. 1) have my fiancé go to CFO with just the notarized consent and her mothers marriage contact as the only id or 2) have her mother go with her to CFO with the marriage contract still serving as her only id. And I thought we had the hard parts behind us. Any input or suggestion on which my fiancé should do would be greatly appreciated

PhilPost offers a picture ID. Turn around is quick maybe same day. Also NBI will have a picture contained on it so can be used. Google fir more information.


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Have your girl call them or email and ask them what they will take.

If she gets an answer make sure she get the name (First, Last) of the person whom she talked to at CFO.

The have a facebook account (CFO) and email and I assume a phone number to call........

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VOL has the best advice before jumping through un-needed hoops for something that wouldn't be accepted anyway. I think the Phil Post ID would be quickest and least expensive option for photo ID.


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I thought NBI is considered also ID at the CFO. No?


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August 6th CEAC read issued for my fiances visa. I do believe we have one final hurdle to clear before we are done. My fiancé is 20 years old so we had a letter of consent notarized After reading these forums, it said you should bring the ids of the person signing the consent, which would be her mother , as her father is deceased. Our problem is mother doesn't have any ids except her marriage contract from her current marriage and it's old and hardly legible. My fiancé will go to Tacloban NSO Monday and help her mother get a new marriage contract to eliminate that problem. Here are the two choices that we have unless someone knows something better. 1) have my fiancé go to CFO with just the notarized consent and her mothers marriage contact as the only id or 2) have her mother go with her to CFO with the marriage contract still serving as her only id. And I thought we had the hard parts behind us. Any input or suggestion on which my fiancé should do would be greatly appreciated

Marriage contract is not ID, either is a birth certificate for that matter. ID needs to have a picture on it. Have your fiancee's mom get a postal ID, you will need an NSO (PSA) birth certificate for this.

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