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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Uganda
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Help, my fiance's passport is valid until November 2021 but his country is making it mandatory that new passports go into effect January 2021. My plan is to file by Aug 1st. Will this interfere with the visa process? 

 Thanks for your advice in advance.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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I'm not sure I understand your question right: So your fiance doesn't want to request a new passport now but rather wait until the new ones get issued next January, and you are worried about the change in passport after you have already started the process of K1 application by then?

 

I (beneficiary) got a new passport in the middle of our process and it hasn't been a problem. I brought both the new and the old invalidated passport to my interview just in case, but they didn't seem to need it really. Not sure if this is universal, or could be different by country though, so I hope someone with experience in Uganda can weigh in.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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10 hours ago, David and Gianna said:

Help, my fiance's passport is valid until November 2021 but his country is making it mandatory that new passports go into effect January 2021. My plan is to file by Aug 1st. Will this interfere with the visa process? 

 Thanks for your advice in advance.

No


YMMV

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Uganda
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2 hours ago, MelOe said:

I'm not sure I understand your question right: So your fiance doesn't want to request a new passport now but rather wait until the new ones get issued next January, and you are worried about the change in passport after you have already started the process of K1 application by then?

 

I (beneficiary) got a new passport in the middle of our process and it hasn't been a problem. I brought both the new and the old invalidated passport to my interview just in case, but they didn't seem to need it really. Not sure if this is universal, or could be different by country though, so I hope someone with experience in Uganda can weigh in.

Yes, that's what I was asking. Sorry if it was confusing and thank you for your response. It makes me feel a bit better.

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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13 hours ago, David and Gianna said:

Help, my fiance's passport is valid until November 2021 but his country is making it mandatory that new passports go into effect January 2021. My plan is to file by Aug 1st. Will this interfere with the visa process? 

 Thanks for your advice in advance.

beneficiary passport info isn't needed for the I-129F petition process


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