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Quick question: my fiancée holds a Russian passport but was born in Kazakhstan. The 129 asks what is your citizenship and do you or have you held any other citizenship. What proofs will they require from Kazakhstan. This makes her nervous since she has no contact there anymore and hard to get proofs should they ask now or at the eventual interview.  Trying to be proactive. Thanks!!

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My wife was born in Kyrgyzstan but had a Russian passport.  Her citizenship was Russian.  The only things she needed from Kyrgyzstan was her birth certificate and a police report because she lived there until going to university after the age of 16.

 

The police report was very difficult to get.


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Hope that helped. 

 

I see you are from Campbellsville?  I moved to FL many years ago from Louisville (graduated from U of L dental school).  Family is originally from Danville.

 

My daughter and her husband are living in Hopkinsville now.


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One further point of clarification....When she was born in Kazakhstan (KZ) it was part of the USSR so her birth certificate says USSR but place of birth being KZ.  She left KZ in 2001 at age 16 and now has Russian citizenship and passport.  SO was she a KZ citizen because she left after there was no USSR?  

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