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Divorce certificate. Romanian citizen, resident in Italy- married in Italy

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I have a concern. I hope someone can relate and have answers to this. 
I am the beneficiary. My fiancé already sent our petition and received NOA1( so if would be something to do in the petition, I can’t, but at least I want to be prepared for anything) .

 

I am Romanian citizen, with the residency in Italy. I was married in Italy. To do so , I needed a certificate to show I was not married in Romania. In the i-129f I put the legal separation as well the divorce Certificate of my marriage in Italy. However in Romania I’m not married. 
Will I need to procure a civil state certificate from Romanian consulate that will show that? Will be that a reason to get an RFE
Or I’m only getting too paranoid about this😓

 

 

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1 minute ago, Ali&Ed said:

I have a concern. I hope someone can relate and have answers to this. 
I am the beneficiary. My fiancé already sent our petition and received NOA1( so if would be something to do in the petition, I can’t, but at least I want to be prepared for anything) .

 

I am Romanian citizen, with the residency in Italy. I was married in Italy. To do so , I needed a certificate to show I was not married in Romania. In the i-129f I put the legal separation as well the divorce Certificate of my marriage in Italy. However in Romania I’m not married. 
Will I need to procure a civil state certificate from Romanian consulate that will show that? Will be that a reason to get an RFE
Or I’m only getting too paranoid about this😓

 

 

If you have a divorce decree or certificate which shows the marriage was legally dissolved, you don't need anything in addition from Romania. 


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33 minutes ago, missileman said:

If you have a divorce decree or certificate which shows the marriage was legally dissolved, you don't need anything in addition from Romania. 

Yes I add the Divorce Certificate as well the legal separation.
 

Thank you for the answer

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