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Katie Zelaya

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About Katie Zelaya

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  • Member # 341607
  • Location Belize City, Belize

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  • City
    Raleigh
  • State
    North Carolina

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Country
    Belize

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  1. Hello. I am getting ready to send in my petition for the CR-1 visa for my husband. I have read as much as I can and am pretty confident with everything but just want to double check here. In regards to my husband information (birth certificate, passport, nationality, etc), I do not need copies of any of his information as of yet? I do not need to include any of that in packet for the first stop of sending in my petition? I know of course I will need this stuff later on, just wondering about this first step. Thank you in advance!
  2. Hello friends, My husband and I are finally getting ready to submit out petition for his CR-1 Visa application, ahhh!!! In regards to a bona fide marriage, we have our marriage certificate, daughters birth certificate letters from individuals in our lives giving their words on our relationship together, we have letters from our landlords stating that we have lived together, etc. We have a document full of pictures and I created a timeline, the only thing I cannot get is previous conversations throughout the duration of our relationship. I can get them from now and a few months ago but not in the beginning, anyone know if we do not submit conversations, is that going to be okay?
  3. Hi friends, Husband and I are getting everything around to apply for Cr-1 Visa. Our daughter just turned 1, we would have sooner but he was originally born in Honduras and his birth certificate had mistakes on it (parents wrongly listed and gender mistaken) Which I have sense found out, is not all that uncommon in Central America. We hired and paid for a lawyer to fix it, got a DNA test between him and his mother and now have his new one that states on it the day it was revised. How do we go about this situation in regards to the Cr-1 visa. It states that an original is needed so they will obviously know that we had to get the original fixed. Thanks for your help!
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