There's usually some kind of seal or stamp on the document. Some have a signature, some don't. Bring the original to the interview. How can you tell the difference? With today's color copies, it's tough.
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They will want to see and inspect the original divorce decree document at the interview. You can get the original by your husband calling the court that originally issued it.
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If it is a divorce from the United States, you can call the court that issued the Divorce Decree and get a certified copy. If the divorce is from abroad, each country is different and you should consult an immigration attorney.