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Hi All,

In the instructional letter stated "You must provide the original and one certified copy of your birth ceritificate". Did you have to get the copy of the certificate certified? or just make a copy and turn in with the orginal. are there any other copy documents need to be certified? Like copy of ID Card, Copy of Household registration, Copy of passport, etc. Thanks in advance.


Our I-129F Timeline

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10-16-2007 Sent I-129F to CSC

10-17-2007 CSC Received Our I-129F

10-19-2007 Check Cashed

10-23-2007 NOA1 Received in the mail

10-26-2007 Touched

02-29-2007 Approved

03-05-2008 Receive hard copy of NOA2

03-07-2008 NVC Received Petition

03-11-2008 Petition Left NVC

03-14-2008 Consulate in HCM Received Petition

03-31-2008 Received Package 3

04-04-2008 Package 3 turned in at Embassy

05-17-2008 Received package 4

06-03-2008 Interview (called embassy on 05-13-08)

06-03-2008 Interview (passed)

06-10-2008 Receive visa

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Hi All,

In the instructional letter stated "You must provide the original and one certified copy of your birth ceritificate". Did you have to get the copy of the certificate certified? or just make a copy and turn in with the orginal. are there any other copy documents need to be certified? Like copy of ID Card, Copy of Household registration, Copy of passport, etc. Thanks in advance.

Different embassys have different requirement, mine doesnt ask for two copies.


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Hi All,

In the instructional letter stated "You must provide the original and one certified copy of your birth ceritificate". Did you have to get the copy of the certificate certified? or just make a copy and turn in with the orginal. are there any other copy documents need to be certified? Like copy of ID Card, Copy of Household registration, Copy of passport, etc. Thanks in advance.

If you are Vietnamese, here is what you need to do.

1. Translate to English of your Birth certificate and your fiancé. If the translation was by you, it must notarize with your signature. Make a copy of your and fiancé, also bring the original at the interview, because CO will ask to compare it.

2. Make a copy your Mother and fiancé mother Birth certificate, no need to translate (but I do it to myself, who knows what is going on). Also bring the original with you at the interview.

Hope it helps.

About ID Card, and Household book: I heard about you no need certified it, just make a copy as long as with the original one at interview (I translated both to English for my fiancé).


Second K1: I-129F Timeline

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Sept 15, 2007: I-129F sent to VSC

Sept 24, 2007: NOA1 hard copy received

Jan 25, 2008: Approved

Feb 01, 2008: NOA2 hard copy received

April 24, 20008: Interviewed

May 06, 2008: Received Visa

May 11, 2008: Entry to US "Chicago"

May 15, 2008: Registered Marriage's license

Sept 19, 2008: Received Green Card w/o interview

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***Petition to Remove Conditions on Residence

June 19,2010 - I751 Package sent to VSC

June 28,2010 - Received NOA1

July 07, 2010 - Biometrics appt

August 09, 2010 - Approved w/o Interview

August 19, 2010 - 10 Year Green Card Received

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Feb 2012 - Received U.S Citizenship

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