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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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A photocopy of the back and front of the certificate will be fine :)

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Alina & James

2000 - Met online in yahoo chat rooms (had known cousin and brother for a year or two)

06-10-2005 - James visited Australia for first time on ETA- met in person

02-14-2006 - Engaged on Valentines day!

03-1-2006 - James returns to the US after 9 wonderful months visiting together

03-15-2006 - Realise we can't live without each other - James visits Australia again

03-24-2006 - I-129f express courier to TSC

03-29-2006 - I-129f package arrives in US, picked up by TSC 5:33am

04-05-2006 - Receipt Notice for NOA1

04-06-2006 - Money order cashed :)

04-11-2006 - Received NOA1 in mail!

07-04-2006 - Received notification that RFE sent on June 23 - Still waiting to actually receive in post.

We sent a letter to CSC to cancel our application. Can't afford repeated air flight tickets to see each other and there's no way we can be apart. Married and staying in Australia :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Morocco
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I sent a certified copy because I had to use my embassy papers as I was born abroad to American parents. So if in doubt, just have it certified by your copy certified by your bank for free.

Doreen

http://groups.yahoo.com/group/SupportingMoroccanLove/

6/14/03 Met Online

9/30/2003 He was denied a Tourist Visa

1/7/2004 Sent 1-129F-tried to prove hardship; many reasons

8/8/2004 Petition denied

After 214 Days of waiting

10/11/2004 Returned from Morocco even more in love.

11/15/2004 Mailed I-129F off to Nebraska

2/11/05 APPROVAL

2/14/05 EMAIL, OUR PETITION HAS BEEN APPROVED

86 Days what an awesome feeling

2/25/05 Email received from nvc, given case number

3/21/05 Email from consulate

b]INTERVIEW DATE 5/10/05[/b]

3/31/05 Fiance finally receives his packet from the consulate

4/12/05 He had medical exam

5/10/05 INTERVIEW WAS A SUCCESS

5/18/05 VISA IN HAND

Took 214 Days for a denial, but IN 205 days He will be HOME

6/10/05 Abdou arrives in America, what a happy day!

6/13/05 Applied for SSN

6/23/05 6 p.m. We were MARRIED; honeymoon in Gatlinburg

8/13/05 AOS and EAD paperwork mailed

8/25/05 NOAs in the mail!!! Yea!

11/25/05 - BIOMETRIC DATE

01/26/06 - AOS SUCCESSFUL INTERVIEW AND HE GETS HIS FIRST JOB AT FIRST JOB INTERVIEW

02/13/06 - GREEN CARD ARRIVED

4/22/06 - Driver's License!!

11/05/2007 Filed to Lift conditions[/color]

11/07/07 - NOA1 received

12/21/07 - Biometrics completed

04/08/08 - 10 YEAR CARD APPROVED

04/14/08 - CARD IN HAND !!!!!

11/3/08 - Filed for Citizenship

11/29/08 - Biometric Appointment

02/03/09 - Citizenship Interview, HE PASSED

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Photo copies of documents is all that is required. If they wish to see the original certified copy they will request it.....but this doesn't happen too often.

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Quick question.. for the copy of birth certificate.. Do they mean an official copy from the department of vital statistics? or a photo copy of the front and back on a page?

I have an official Illinois certifide copy and the back in blank.

How different is it among the states?

How about Canadians' birth records. My fiance was adopted and has what they call a birth card I think.

Gene

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I have an official Illinois certifide copy and the back in blank.

How different is it among the states?

How about Canadians' birth records. My fiance was adopted and has what they call a birth card I think.

Gene

Photo copy front and back regardless if it is blank or not. Have seen members get RFE's for not supplying the back even though it is blank. Makes no sense but that is what they ask for. As for your fiance, a birth certificate is not required with the initial filing of the I-129F. Birth cards are usually not acceptable when it is required. As your fiance is adopted they may very well require the adoption decree. I noted in another thread a little while back where this was asked for at interview stage. Do a search of the forums for 'adopted'

You can find me on FBI

An overview of Security Name Checks And Administrative Review at Service Center, NVC & Consulate levels.

Detailed Review USCIS Alien Security Checks

fb2fc244.gif72c97806.gif4d488a91.gif

11324375801ij.gif

View Timeline HERE

I am but a wench not a lawyer. My advice and opinion is just that. I read, I research, I learn.

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I have an official Illinois certifide copy and the back in blank.

How different is it among the states?

How about Canadians' birth records. My fiance was adopted and has what they call a birth card I think.

Gene

Photo copy front and back regardless if it is blank or not. Have seen members get RFE's for not supplying the back even though it is blank. Makes no sense but that is what they ask for. As for your fiance, a birth certificate is not required with the initial filing of the I-129F. Birth cards are usually not acceptable when it is required. As your fiance is adopted they may very well require the adoption decree. I noted in another thread a little while back where this was asked for at interview stage. Do a search of the forums for 'adopted'

Thanks for the heads up on the adoption stuff. Something else to look into.

Good luck with your interview!

Gene

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