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Hi. It’s a long story. I’m Filipino and I’m about get married to a navy guy in a month or so. We’re having a baby due date June 28th 2019. We’re trying to get married before that and we’re almost there. I have a problem with my birth certificate. I have 2 of them. When I was born my biological father abandoned us and my mom decided to create another one and says on the late registration one that my father is missing. And after that my mom met a Japanese guy and we moved to japan with my late registration birth certificate. 

Before I met my fiancé my mom and I tried to get Japanese citizenship cuz we’ve been living here for so long but the Japanese side found out that I have 2 birth certificates. So they told me to cancel/erase the late registration one and do the court. So we went back to the Philippines for the cancellation for my late registration. We’re still waiting for the finality and the court order so that I can legally change my name even after we get married. I asked at the local city hall and they as long as I have the proof from the court it’s fine I can correct the name on our marriage certificate and my fiancé told his command that I’m in process for the cancellation for my late registrated birth certificate. The reason why we can’t wait for the finality first and get married is because we’re having a baby on the way and I don’t want to mess up my baby’s birth certificate with my name. ( if we’re not married it has to be my last name and we don’t know when will the finality come.) so we’re gonna get married right now and correct my name later on when the finality comes. So my question is when we start the process for the spouse VISA I know I will get asked about all this but since I have the background of have been using the late registration one, will I get denied? (Btw it’s a complete different name between the original one and the late registration one but I’m using my moms last name on the late registration one. ) I’m just so scared what if my baby and my fiancé and go back to the states and I will be left behind because of the background that I have. I will eventually change my name to the original one legally cuz that’s the order from the court. And I know I should show the court order to the USCIS and definitely will cuz I don’t want them to think that this is a fraud marriage cuz it’s not. 

Can someone tell me or give me some advice? 😭

Thank you for taking your time! 

 

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A little difficult to find a question in that ramble.  Do you have a question?


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6 hours ago, kikikoko143 said:

 I just wanna know if this would be a problem when I apply for the CR1 visa

You are not getting any answer because your question is too vague.  I know, it's a Filipino thing.  LOL  Please be specific.  Do not use terms like "this", "this one", or "that one".  What, exactly do you want to know?   What is meant by "this" in your question, specifically?


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If I get the story right, in short, 

OP wants to get married right now in her current name before her baby arrives but will need to change her name on the marriage certificate later as she is in local proceeding to cancel her second birth certificate and revert back to her name in first birth certificate in Philippines for Japan citizenship. 

 

She is worried and wants to know if the name change will cause her marriage to look like fraud during her CR-1 application?  

(I think that is her question ) 

 

OP, I’m not sure about this in detail as it depends on country sometimes, but I think that as long as there is legal paperwork and proof of the name change for valid reason it should not affect the CR-1 application. you’ll have to list down all the names you’re using and have the official papers for them when you send in your application.

 

They usually bother more about your relationship with your future husband like how long you’ve known each other / time spent together. (Unless you have some other issues like criminal record etc then maybe they will scrutinize the name change more).

 

Hopefully the rest can give their opinion on the issue. 

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