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Judicial Recognition and K1 Visa

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I hope someone can help me with this.

My fiance is a dual citizen (us and fil). He and his first wife (usc) got married in the PH. My fiance filed for divorce (he was us citizen already). They were granted the divorce, the xwife already married in the US.

Fast forward to 7yrs, we met and are in a relationship for 2 and a half yrs. We also have a son already. He went back to US this yr, and he already filed for K1 visa. We are now awaiting for the NOA2. Are we going to have a problem since he hasnt filed for the judicial recognition of his divorce?

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He will need an official copy of his final divorce decree.

He has to be able prove that he's legally able to marry now, that his divorce is final.


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He will need an official copy of his final divorce decree.

He has to be able prove that he's legally able to marry now, that his divorce is final.

-- He has his final divorce decree from US. But what worries me is he hasnt filed the judicial recognition here in the PH?

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