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Hello everyone.  I am working on getting everything together for my fiance's K1 petition.  I have a few questions.  First, this is not my first K1, in 2010 I submitted a petition and the relationship ended as soon as we received NOA2.  In 2011, I submitted another for my now ex-wife.  I know I will need to submit a waiver since this will be my 3rd.  And I will have to hope and pray it does not cause any issues at the interview.  The waiver is submitted with the rest of the K1 papers, correct?  This is not something I need to send ahead of time?


Also, I do not think I have any of the case numbers of the previous K1 petitions.  I have asked my ex if she has the paperwork and she is not sure she still has them.  I do have the dates of my ex wife's timeline, but that is all.  Is there a way I can get that information?  Or in the waiver should I just state the cases as much as I can with the information I have, names, dates, ect.  


Lastly, I am very nervous about the multiple filings.  This will be my 3rd in the last 7 years.  How much of a red flag will that raise?  I was married nearly 4 years before we ended it, which should be a sign of good faith, I would hope.  I completely get that it might not look great, but my intentions are pure and true.  Is there anything we can do to ease the burden of doubt?


Thank you all so much in advance!

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You fall into the category of "multiple filer" as you have filed 2 or more previous petitions. Read the instructions in the middle of page 7 of this:




Expect scrutiny. Were the women all from the same country? 






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No, they were not from the same country.  All three are from different countries actually.  I'm not sure if that makes it better or not.  We really want to go out of our way to prove that we are faithful and honest with this process.  I understand the scrutiny that will follow though. 

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