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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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Hi all

 

I have dual nationality (non USC) but it doesn't appear to ask about this on the K1 application. I have searched for this on the forum and it seems that it may come up at interview but not on the application? Is this correct as of 2020?

 

Also is there a requirement to send a copy of the non USC passport or is the electronic visa ok? It didn't seem to ask for this on the application. We have a lot of supporting evidence as we have had a lease together and bills etc so I wasn't sure evidence of visits would be as important.

 

Many thanks for your help

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Kazakhstan
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If it doesn’t ask for it, then there’s no need.

My fiancé is also a dual citizen, he only sent in the documents pertaining to American citizenship.


I-129F process:

2 Jun 2020: I-129f sent

10 Jun 2020: NOA1

26 Jan 2020: NOA

18 Feb 2021: NVC received 

16 Mar 2021: NVC left

29 Apr 2021: Interview    APPROVED!!!🥳

30 Apr 2021: Visa in hand

 

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