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My friend got a message saying they need a correct divorce papers from proper authorities I'll include screen shot. The papers she submitted is proper papers so I was wondering if anybody else ran into this issue and what did they do to fix it

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Colombia
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So I guess her first marriage was through the church so they got a divorce through the notary. So she has nothing that went through the courts like here in the USA so can she just say she wasn't married or how would she get the paperwork that immigration needs

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11 minutes ago, arizreynolds said:

So I guess her first marriage was through the church so they got a divorce through the notary. So she has nothing that went through the courts like here in the USA so can she just say she wasn't married or how would she get the paperwork that immigration needs

So she doesn't have the documents as described in the state department document reciprocity guide as she didn't register the marriage.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/Colombia.html

 

It is too late to change the petition and the NVC records.   

 

If needed she can write to the NVC as to why the documents are not "available"


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