Married and JFRV with different passports?

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Re: Married and JFRV with different passports?

Postby spaint » 21 Jun 2010, 14:09

funkyjojo wrote:For the JFRV I will be doing a visa-run to HK and apply for it there with my other passport - with all the required documents of course, and all my passports that go with the various documents. Also expected to go smoothly.


Why do you have to leave the country for this? Can't you change your visitor (or whatever visa you have) to a Resident Visa at a BOCA office? That's what I did back when I got married. In point of fact, it was IMPOSSIBLE for me to get a resident visa of the JFRV type from Canada at that time when I came.
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Re: Married and JFRV with different passports?

Postby funkyjojo » 24 Jul 2010, 20:14

spaint wrote:
funkyjojo wrote:For the JFRV I will be doing a visa-run to HK and apply for it there with my other passport - with all the required documents of course, and all my passports that go with the various documents. Also expected to go smoothly.


Why do you have to leave the country for this? Can't you change your visitor (or whatever visa you have) to a Resident Visa at a BOCA office? That's what I did back when I got married. In point of fact, it was IMPOSSIBLE for me to get a resident visa of the JFRV type from Canada at that time when I came.


Because I am getting the JFRV on a different passport (Country N's passport) than I was in Taiwan on (Country C's passport) - it's much easier to get the required documents from country N ;)
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Re: Married and JFRV with different passports?

Postby bgrey888 » 25 Oct 2010, 13:52

@funkyjojo
so in order to get your single affidavit you just went to the us embassy adn had to make a sworn statement or is it some kind of pdf file you can find online/ get from an office here in the states??

im getting ready to come over in january for 30 days to get married and want to have all the paperwork ready before I come over....
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