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diff. spelling and diff. year of birth! wat do i do!!!??

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On my fiances birth certificate, his name was spelled ROBBIE...but he actually uses ROBBY. His school records and i.d's were all spelled with ROBBY not ROBBIE. on the I-129F, i used ROBBY...the thing is, his mom already spoke with a lawyer/attorney and had the ROBBIE changed to ROBBY...im not exactly sure what the NSO plays in this...cuz i know he has to get a B/C from NSO to be submitted when he gets interviewed.

AND!!! on his Birth certificate, it says his year of birth was 1985! but his real birth year was 1986..and again when i filled the petition i put 1986..his mom tells me they'll have to fix this with the lawyer/attorney again...

I was informed about this AFTER i filled the petition!...even after getting a lawyer and fixing the problem on his birth certificate, im still so worried..i know he would have to submit a birth certificate and a NBI clearance when he goes to the interview...

any suggestions or advice??!! SOMETHING??? i dont know where to start!!

WILL THIS BE A BIG PROBLEM WHEN HE GOES TO THE INTERVIEW AND THEY SEE IT!!!!!!??

THANK YOU ALL IN ADVANCE AND GOD BLESS!!!

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Married<3 August 20, 2010

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USCIS:

10-13-2010 I-130 sent

10-20-2010 NOA1 priority date (email & text)

10-25-2010 received NOA1 hardcopy

10-27-2010 service request submitted for expedite (hardship)

10-28-2010 received email to turn in supporting docs for expedite

11-02-2010 Faxed supporting docs for expedite

12-02-2010 CASE APPROVED!

12-07-2010 Received NOA2 hard copy

NOA1 to NOA2 - 43 DAYS

NVC:

12-09-2010 NVC receives case

12-10-2010 attained NVC case# & IIN. PAID AOS FEES. emailed request for expedite & choice of agent

12-13-2010 AOS PAID

12-16-2010 received email granting the expedite request

12-17-2010 NVC sent case to US Embassy in Manila. SIGN IN FAILED! CASE COMPLETE!

NVC - 8 DAYS

CONSULATE:

12-17-2010 Consulate receives case (electronically)

01-03-04-2011 Medical @ St. Luke PASSED

01-11-2011 Original interview that was rescheduled to:

01-27-2011 INTERVIEW- VISA APPROVED!

02-02-2011 Received Visa in the mail!

02-04-2011 CFO Seminar

02-09-2011 I arrived in the Philippines

02-16-2011 POE @SFO -<3

late february- received Green Card

03-15-2011 Received SSN

ROC eligible in November 2012

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Hi jhilly143.

First off, take a deep breath - all will be ok. Your finance's situation is VERY VERY VERY COMMON in the philippines. do a search here on "RA9048". You will find several others who have had to go through revision processes to get small clerical errors corrected on their Birth Certificates and have those corrections registered at the NSO (which, by the way, you definately! want to do). Don't let some attorney or "helpful" person tell you that all you need is a "letter". After the whole correction process is complete (in your guy's case X2!) then you want to request a certified copy of his Annotated Birth Certificate. This is requested and issued by NSO. On it will show the original (mistaken) name and birthdate and then along the side of the document will be an annotation that has the date of the correction(s) and the new correct name and birthdate.

The proess is quite long and tiring, so it is great if your guy's mom has hired an attorney to handle it for you. HOWEVER.....please be advised that there are a lot of attorneys in the Philippines who will be more than happy to take your money, stick your request in their drawer, call up their buddy down the street and have a new corrected Birth Certificate delivered in your hand. Obviously, that doesn't mean anything. just fraud and forgery ad a waste of time and money. The most sure fire way for you to confirm that the attorney did in fact do his job correctly is to go to the NSO office yourself and request a copy of his ANNOTATED BIRTH CERTIFICATE. if the NSO office hands you an annotated BC with the corrections noted (and no NEW ERRORS introduced (be careful about this one - you have to triple check everything in the philippines, cause no one else is going to do it for you) then you are good to go.

Good luck - again - the process can be long (many months), and frustrating, reams of documentation required to be collected just to fix someone's stupid little clerical error) - but it is VERY COMMON and you will find many people in the same boat. If your attorney is honest, that can be good - mostly to offload the tons of paperwork and personal trips to various govt offices required. Just be sure to check his work by independently going to the NSO office and getting a copy of the ANNOTATED BC. Don't just ask the NSO for his BC - they will be happy to oblige you and take your money and give you (aother) copy of the incorrect one. Confirm with the NSO office that they have an ANNOTATED BC on file and then check it with a magnifying glass to ensure all info is accurate.


Wishing Everyone Speed, Success, Happiness and Love,

TinTin and Samby

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GO to NSO asap and solve this case/issue!


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thank you for that explanation! ..i talked to his mom and she said when she had his name fixed and had gotten a NEW BC from NSO, the name was corrected......

BUT NOW, on the NEW BC my fiances year of birth says 1985,and the orig. said 1986,,..so they missed-wrote it!

now my mother in law has to go and get that fixed again with the NSO...

ill keep u guys informed...

*as for me, ill keep praying and waiting for the NOA2**

GOD BLESS YOU ALL :D


Married<3 August 20, 2010

Check out our wedding video :)

USCIS:

10-13-2010 I-130 sent

10-20-2010 NOA1 priority date (email & text)

10-25-2010 received NOA1 hardcopy

10-27-2010 service request submitted for expedite (hardship)

10-28-2010 received email to turn in supporting docs for expedite

11-02-2010 Faxed supporting docs for expedite

12-02-2010 CASE APPROVED!

12-07-2010 Received NOA2 hard copy

NOA1 to NOA2 - 43 DAYS

NVC:

12-09-2010 NVC receives case

12-10-2010 attained NVC case# & IIN. PAID AOS FEES. emailed request for expedite & choice of agent

12-13-2010 AOS PAID

12-16-2010 received email granting the expedite request

12-17-2010 NVC sent case to US Embassy in Manila. SIGN IN FAILED! CASE COMPLETE!

NVC - 8 DAYS

CONSULATE:

12-17-2010 Consulate receives case (electronically)

01-03-04-2011 Medical @ St. Luke PASSED

01-11-2011 Original interview that was rescheduled to:

01-27-2011 INTERVIEW- VISA APPROVED!

02-02-2011 Received Visa in the mail!

02-04-2011 CFO Seminar

02-09-2011 I arrived in the Philippines

02-16-2011 POE @SFO -<3

late february- received Green Card

03-15-2011 Received SSN

ROC eligible in November 2012

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