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What documents and identification will she need to take with

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What documents and identification will she need to take with her for the interview for the fiancée visa?
She'll need to take the following to her interview:

- Two non-immigrant visa applications (Form DS-156)
- One non-immigrant Fiance Visa application (Form DS-156K)
- One Application for Immigration Visa and Alien Registration (Form DS-230), Part I only.
- Valid passport
- Divorce or death certificates for previous marriages for both of you
- Police certificates from her country of residence, and any other country in which she has lived for at least 6 months, since the age of 16
- Medical Examination (Form I-693)
- Evidence of financial support (Form I-134, Affidavit of Support)
- Two 2 x 2 passport photos
- Evidence of the relationship between the two of you

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