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Has anyone used a laminated birth certificate for AOS interview? My parents always laminated important documents to protect them from the elements/folding so my Birth Certificate has been laminated for a long time. I dont think I can take it out safely. My interview is coming soon.

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I ordered half a dozen, amazing what you need them for.


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On 11/7/2017 at 10:40 AM, jamieson said:

Has anyone used a laminated birth certificate for AOS interview? My parents always laminated important documents to protect them from the elements/folding so my Birth Certificate has been laminated for a long time. I dont think I can take it out safely. My interview is coming soon.

you can use laminated birth certificates. In many developing countries they still have old school manually written birth certificates, and to preserve them people laminate it, and USCIS accepts it. 

 

A quick google search for the same will confirm the same. 

 

best of luck.


 

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