Probably a "divorce decree." As for the other stuff, there's a lot and it's a little complicated. You'll have the best chance of success if you work with an immigration lawyer for this. These aren't tough cases if you've handled dozens or hundreds of them, but they're not easy to navigate through for the first time, especially for a non-lawyer.
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It sounds like you're asking a non-immigration question: What documents does the State of Florida require .. you should call the marriage license office and ask.
As for immigration, you will need CERTIFIED copies (and translations if necessary) of all marriage/divorces that have taken place, for BOTH of you.
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Under the PA in Gaza and the West Bank, marriage and divorce certificates should be requested from the Sharia court. Work with an attorney familiar with Embassy Processing for your Fiance's case.
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You need to get a marriage license in the city where you want to be married. He will need his passport. In regards to the petition you should contact an immigration attorney. Let me know if I can be of further assistance.
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Hello Ma'am. This seems doable, but there are several things to look out for. We need to make sure that we present sufficient documentation of your relationship, that there are no issues of preconceived intent, and to file properly. Also, it is advisable to have an attorney represent you both in the filing and at the interview. Even though there may not be anything wrong about your case, often the USCIS doesn't see it that way. Best regards.
Different jurisdiction have different requirements. Check with the local jurisdiction where you want to marry for requirements. For filing for resident status use an immigration attorney.
You will need a certified copy of your fiance's divorce decree from Palestine. Other documents will include any documents that tend to prove that your marriage is bona fide (that is, not just for the purposes of obtaining an immigration benefit). The specifics of that list depend on the individual details of your case, therefore, you would be wise to consult with an immigration attorney. Additionally, there are strict timing rules that you should be aware of with regard to individuals who enter on a B1/B2 and then seek adjustment of status.
He needs a valid photo ID issued by the state or federal government with his correct legal name, signature, and birth date: Driver's License, Passport, Military ID, Alien Registration Card, State of Florida ID are acceptable. Birth certificates or green cards are NOT acceptable. Non- U.S. Residents may provide an Alien Registration Card, Driver License, Passport or any other legal form of identification if he does not have a Social Security Number issued to him. He will need a second form of ID if a U.S. Social Security number has not been issued such as a original printed paycheck stub, W-2 form, SSA Medicare card, Third Party Notice or Future Benefits Earning Statement from SSA. Copies of Final Decree of Divorce, Dissolution or Annulment are NOT required but a copy should be obtained/retained for his records.
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