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Hi Ladies,

SO, I sent all my documents to Jamaica on the 9th from Wisconsin. I have been tracking it and see that it left New York on 2/14, and is on it's way to it's destination.... but that was over a week ago!! The post office said it could take 5-10 business days for the registered mail to get to where it's going and tomorrow will be the 10th business day. I am starting to get very nervous because I leave for Jamaica in less than 2 weeks!!

 

Have any of you ran into the same problem? Should I be worried at this point?? Does it normally take this long to make it there?

 

Thanks!

Nichole

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Yes, the original documents embarrest.gif. We went to the courthouse and got a certified copy of our birth certificates, and his divorce papers, and then literally sent those copies in the mail to the specified address. We have our originals still here, so maybe I'll scan those and then just bring our originals? Did they KEEP the originals you brought with you?

 

 

Thanks!!!!

Nichole

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NO!

There is no need for them to keep your originals (birth certifcicates anyways). They just need to satisfy themselves that you are who you say you are and then return them. Actually come to think of it, my WC didn't even ask to see the orginals.

Have you asked other brides that have been married at your resort?

 

Originally Posted by NLF313 View Post

Yes, the original documents embarrest.gif. We went to the courthouse and got a certified copy of our birth certificates, and his divorce papers, and then literally sent those copies in the mail to the specified address. We have our originals still here, so maybe I'll scan those and then just bring our originals? Did they KEEP the originals you brought with you?

 

 

Thanks!!!!

Nichole



 

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I have asked and always get myself confused over the "notarized" part since other than the original seal of authenticity the BC and divorce papers cannot be actually "notarized." And then there is the little matter of trying to scan or copy each page of the divorce papers because the court clerk told him that if the staples are removed the document is no longer valid. I just thought it was easier to send the whole copy. BIG MISTAKE apparently! But as long as they aren't going to keep them I suppose we can just use what we have and I can get them scanned and sent by Monday at the latest just to ease everyone's mind! But then there is the little issue of our personal information being who knows where out there!

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