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U.S. Active duty soldier married in Mexico with a Mexican citizen?

Discussion in 'Serving military and military families' started by Jorgeacg, Aug 31, 2011.

  1. Jorgeacg

    Jorgeacg Junior Member

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    I just want to know if I have to pay all the filling fees for the I-130 forms and 485 form like everyone else?
    Or there's any way they can be waive it, just because I'm serving the country?
    Thank you.
     
  2. Jorgeacg

    Jorgeacg Junior Member

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    Re: U.S. Active duty soldier married in Mexico with a Mexican citizen?

    Also what documents do I need to send? I didn't born in U.S. soil; but I have my Citizen certificate, do I need to send a copy of it and one copy of my birth certificate, because in the I-130 instructions says only if you born in U.S. soil you send them a birth certificate; I'm confuse, because the person in charge of the immigration issues at my Fort told me to send a copy of my birth certificate.
     
  3. Ron Gotcher

    Ron Gotcher Attorney at Law

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    Re: U.S. Active duty soldier married in Mexico with a Mexican citizen?

    As for you, you have to prove that you are a U.S. citizen. A copy of a valid, unexpired U.S. passport is conclusive proof of U.S. citizenship.
     

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