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K1 Fiancee Dual Citizenship

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Hello-

 

This place has been phenomenal and incredibly helpful with guiding me through the K1 process.

 

Two quick questions about my situation - I tried searching for an answer but couldn't find what I was looking for.

 

My fiancee outside the US is a citizen in 2 other countries.  Country A is her place of birth and where she has spent most of her life, and where we will be working with the Embassy and etc. during the K1 process.  However, she lived in Country B for about 12 months in 2017.  Does this address need to be included in the beneficiary's address history on the I-129F?

 

Moreover: is there anything special we need to do, or know about in regards to the K1 process in general, since she has a dual citizenship?

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Redviper said:

Hello-

 

This place has been phenomenal and incredibly helpful with guiding me through the K1 process.

 

Two quick questions about my situation - I tried searching for an answer but couldn't find what I was looking for.

 

My fiancee outside the US is a citizen in 2 other countries.  Country A is her place of birth and where she has spent most of her life, and where we will be working with the Embassy and etc. during the K1 process.  However, she lived in Country B for about 12 months in 2017.  Does this address need to be included in the beneficiary's address history on the I-129F?

 

Moreover: is there anything special we need to do, or know about in regards to the K1 process in general, since she has a dual citizenship?

 

 

If she lived you list

 

Nothing special about dual citizenship,  just need to decide which passport 


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One more quick question regarding my fiancee's address history, referring to Part 2, section 12a to 15b. :

 

My fiancee's current address is the same as her mailing address.  Do we put her Country B's address in physical address 1 or do we put it in physical address 2 and leave physical address 1 blank?  Little confused.

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7 hours ago, Redviper said:

One more quick question regarding my fiancee's address history, referring to Part 2, section 12a to 15b. :

 

My fiancee's current address is the same as her mailing address.  Do we put her Country B's address in physical address 1 or do we put it in physical address 2 and leave physical address 1 blank?  Little confused.

No.  You ignore 9a/h.  You put the current dates in 10a/b for current address and all previous addresses starting in address 2


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