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GregDaniyelyan

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About GregDaniyelyan

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  • Member # 345152

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  • City
    Northridge
  • State
    California

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-3 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    California Service Center
  • Local Office
    Los Angeles CA
  • Country
    Armenia
  1. Awesome!!! Thank you so much, exactly what I needed to hear.
  2. Hey guys, hope everyone is doing well. I'm about to send my i-130 and I wanted to send her birth certificate. But only way they would translate it (from Farsi to English), is if it was translated from Farsi to Armenian, then Armenian to English. She is Armenian, and currently lives in Armenia. My question is should I just leave out the Birth certificate completely? Any harm in doing so? Someone told me it must be direct translation from Farsi to English. To add more info, the translation certificate does say it was translated to Armenian first from Farsi, then translated to English. Thanks, Greg
  3. I appreciate everyones response. Thank you so much everyone! I'm so glad this forum exists.
  4. Thanks @pushbrk that helps clear things up a lot. I haven't really seen anyone talking about it, but just wanted to make sure.
  5. Thanks @Boiler for your advice, I'll go with that. Yes her Iranian citizenship will be with her probably forever. Thanks @Babu Frik Makes sense!
  6. Hello everyone I hope all of you had a great New Year! My name is Greg, and I just got married on January 9th 2020! : ) We've been together almost 2 years, and saying goodbye kills me every time. 😥 My wife lives in Armenia, pays taxes, and became a citizen of Armenia summer of 2019. She was born in Tehran, Iran and immigrated to Yerevan, Armenia roughly ten years ago. I on the other hand was born in Brooklyn, NY, and was raised in Los Angeles. I have another year and a half of nursing school to go. I plan on filing in the very near future, I'm assuming the K-3 visa? Forms i130 and i130a. I know our marriage certificate needs to be translated from Armenian, but do I need to get an apostille from there? If so, the translated copy or the original? Sorry for the newb questions. Im praying we can get through this process so we can be together after school... Separation is eating me alive from the inside! Thanks for any reply!
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