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ENLIGHTEN me pz.  So my husband is a Pilipino US citezen,  in our marriage certificate  his nationality is a Filipino,  and his residence is my place(we both actually didn't notice that we listed his nationality as a Pilipino same as in his residence) .  Question is,  is there will be a problem in our petition?  TIA..  

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9 minutes ago, Anneng said:

ENLIGHTEN me pz.  So my husband is a Pilipino US citezen,  in our marriage certificate  his nationality is a Filipino,  and his residence is my place(we both actually didn't notice that we listed his nationality as a Pilipino same as in his residence) .  Question is,  is there will be a problem in our petition?  TIA..  

he is a USC. where he was born is irrelevant as long as he can provide his naturalization/citizenship status

 

There are residency requirements for filing a CR1. IF you have been married longer than 2 years and he lives there, DCF is what you want to do.

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5/7/2018 K1       Application mailed

5/9/2018             Application rec'd and signed for (sent via fedex)

5/14/2018          NOA1 Email notification

5/18/2018          NOA1 Paper copy rec'd (i797C)

11/5/2018          NOA2 ❤️ no RFE's

11/19/2018        NVC Received file

12/13/2018        Consulate received/ ready to schedule interview

 

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5 minutes ago, debbiedoo said:

he is a USC. where he was born is irrelevant as long as he can provide his naturalization/citizenship status

 

There are residency requirements for filing a CR1. IF you have been married longer than 2 years and he lives there, DCF is what you want to do.

He have his naturalization,  and a US passport and id's.  Just getting confuse if do we need to correct our mc tho we already filled?  

 

I mean in his residency in our mc his residence is in my home place.  .. 

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14 minutes ago, Anneng said:

He have his naturalization,  and a US passport and id's.  Just getting confuse if do we need to correct our mc tho we already filled?  

 

I mean in his residency in our mc his residence is in my home place.  .. 

they do not care what his citizenship was when you married. just what it is now

 

you are overthinking all this

 

file. provide citizenship proof and proof of marriage. thats all.


5/7/2018 K1       Application mailed

5/9/2018             Application rec'd and signed for (sent via fedex)

5/14/2018          NOA1 Email notification

5/18/2018          NOA1 Paper copy rec'd (i797C)

11/5/2018          NOA2 ❤️ no RFE's

11/19/2018        NVC Received file

12/13/2018        Consulate received/ ready to schedule interview

 

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5 minutes ago, debbiedoo said:

they do not care what his citizenship was when you married. just what it is now

 

you are overthinking all this

 

file. provide citizenship proof and proof of marriage. thats all.

Are they not gonna questioning us why in our marriage certificate his nationality is Filipino tho he is us citezen?  

 

Yes hehe i really overthinking😊

We already file,  just got confused on our mc..  

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20 hours ago, Anneng said:

ENLIGHTEN me pz.  So my husband is a Pilipino US citezen,  in our marriage certificate  his nationality is a Filipino,  and his residence is my place(we both actually didn't notice that we listed his nationality as a Pilipino same as in his residence) .  Question is,  is there will be a problem in our petition?  TIA..  

No.  It's not a problem.


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8 hours ago, Anneng said:

Are they not gonna question me why my husband nationality is a filipino since he is a usc?  

I understood your question.  No, it is NOT a problem.  He....IS....a US Citizen.  He is also a Citizen of the Philippines.  This is a non-issue.


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2 hours ago, Anneng said:

He doesn't have a dual citizenship. He is a Filipino turn to be a usc. 

Still doesn't matter.  It's a non-issue.  Really.


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3 hours ago, Anneng said:

We already filed at the uscis together with our marriage certificate that has wrong citizenship and all proof of his citizenship.  

Then please stop worrying about it.  It's a non-issue.  REALLY!


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4 hours ago, Anneng said:

Sorry,  i can't stop worrying coz some people are telling me to correct it.  So I'm so really getting confuse about it.  

How are you going to correct it exactly? He is a Filipino and US citizen.  He can be both.  You are FINE. 


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