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I don't know about the US Embassy in Ghana, (but I suspect it to be the same), but my fiance just had her interview in Bogota, CO, on July 15th. The CO wanted a authenticated copy of my divorce before granting approval. Some places don't require it, but being that Ghana has a high rate of fraud and from what I have read, the CO's are particularly scrutinizing, I would send not the originals but notarized and authenticated copies, those accounted from your local county/parish courthouse for example, to your beneficiary. But don't be surprised if they ask for more.

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47 minutes ago, Ehiz said:

Hello to everyone, I just want ask do the petitioner of a k1 visa need to send original documents to the beneficiary for the k1 visa interview? Documents such as death certificate , divorce certificate.

Yes,the petitioner can scan it for you to your email and you gotta print it out for your interview, also,like w2,tax reture,joint sponsor 

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53 minutes ago, Ehiz said:

Hello to everyone, I just want ask do the petitioner of a k1 visa need to send original documents to the beneficiary for the k1 visa interview? Documents such as death certificate , divorce certificate.

Copies unless the embassy instructions state otherwise 


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The most important documents to bring actual copies of would be divorce / death certificates as copies don't prove their validity. You can usually obtain an authenticated copy with a raised stamp/seal on them for relatively cheap.

 

All other documents can be copies unless the embassy requires different.

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3 hours ago, Stubmeister said:

I don't know about the US Embassy in Ghana, (but I suspect it to be the same), but my fiance just had her interview in Bogota, CO, on July 15th. The CO wanted a authenticated copy of my divorce before granting approval. Some places don't require it, but being that Ghana has a high rate of fraud and from what I have read, the CO's are particularly scrutinizing, I would send not the originals but notarized and authenticated copies, those accounted from your local county/parish courthouse for example, to your beneficiary. But don't be surprised if they ask for more.

Good luck!

Same thing happened to us. We had our interview in Bogota on Jul 8th and we are still waiting.

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4 hours ago, Ehiz said:

Hello to everyone, I just want ask do the petitioner of a k1 visa need to send original documents to the beneficiary for the k1 visa interview? Documents such as death certificate , divorce certificate.

Ghana require original and a copy. See Ghana's P3 link below.

https://drive.google.com/file/d/1H86IKV5BUvN1Kkwtj8Z7ccbYLVdNu5P0/view?usp=sharing
 


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