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CENOMAR (Advisory on Marriages)

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Hello guys,

 

I already secured a CENOMAR (Advisory on Marriages) from the PSA. Do I still need to get for my husband (my petitioner)?

 

My scheduled interview will be this April 5.

 

Thank you and appreciate your responses.

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Not for the petitioner.  Only for you.


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2 hours ago, Rinz said:

Thanks for your reply, Sir. My husband is a naturalized US Citizen. I am confused if I still need the CENOMAR for him.

NO, even if he is Filipino.  It would not hurt to get it if he's Filipino though.

 


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On 3/24/2019 at 8:10 PM, Rinz said:

Thanks for your reply, Sir. My husband is a naturalized US Citizen. I am confused if I still need the CENOMAR for him.

 

CENOMAR is required for a petitioner who:

  • Was born in the Philippines AND
  • Lived in the country for at least one year after turning 18 years old

 

https://ph.usembassy.gov/visas/immigrant-visas/family-based-immigration/the-interview/

 

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On 3/24/2019 at 10:41 PM, pushbrk said:

NO, even if he is Filipino.  It would not hurt to get it if he's Filipino though.

 

CENOMAR is actually required for certain Filipino-American petitioners (must have been born in the PH and lived in the PH for at least 1 year after turning 18).

 

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