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On the letter where they scheduled our appointment and list all documents to bring, they also mentioned birth certificate for beneficiary (wife) and petitioner (me - husband). I am US Citizen and never had to provide it anywhere even when I got my US Citizenship. I don't have it and wonder what will happen if I don't bring it with me. My wife's birth cert. is fine and ready.

Did any of you there have this problem? Is is so important to have birth cert for petitioner? I have passport and citizenship certificate too, is it enough to validate my birth?

Thank you...


. CR-1 visa

..........................................................

. 2007-03-17 : Marriage

. 2007-04-20 : I-130 Sent

. 2007-05-29 : I-130 NOA1

. 2007-10-30 : I-130 NOA2 Approval (official letter 11/05)

.

. Days between I-130 Sent and its NOA2: 193 (6 months, 13 days)

. K-3 visa

..........................................................

. 2007-05-10 : I-129F Sent

. 2007-06-15 : I-129F NOA1

. 2007-10-30 : I-129F NOA2 Approval (official letter 11/05)

.

. Days between I-129F Sent and its NOA2: 173 (5 months, 23 days )

.

. 2007-11-14 : NVC has received our documents and assigned a case number

. 2007-11-15 : NVC has sent out our documents to the US Embassy in Ukraine

. 2007-12-03 : The US Embassy in Ukraine has received our document (hard copy)

. 2007-12-13 : Medical Exam in Kiev PASSED

. 2007-12-17 : Interview at the US Embassy in Kiev PASSED

. 2008-01-10 : Entered USA

. AOS and EAD

..........................................................

. 2008-02-20 : Applied for AOS and EAD

. 2008-03-07 : NOA1 for AOS and EAD (and biometrics appointment is scheduled)

. 2008-03-18 : Biometrics are taken

. waiting...

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Hi,

On the letter where they scheduled our appointment and list all documents to bring, they also mentioned birth certificate for beneficiary (wife) and petitioner (me - husband). I am US Citizen and never had to provide it anywhere even when I got my US Citizenship. I don't have it and wonder what will happen if I don't bring it with me. My wife's birth cert. is fine and ready.

Did any of you there have this problem? Is is so important to have birth cert for petitioner? I have passport and citizenship certificate too, is it enough to validate my birth?

Thank you...

Probably ok as you are.


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Don't worry, most likely you will not need it. :no: Just bring the other documents and keep ready in case they are requested. Otherwise, keep quiet. :thumbs:


***Nagaraju & Eileen***
K1 (Fiance Visa)
Oct 18, 2006: NOA1
Feb 8, 2007: NOA2
April 13, 2007: INTERVIEW in Chennai -Approved
May 25, 2007: USA Arrival! EAD at JFK
June 15, 2007: Married
AOS (Adjustment of Status)
June 21, 2007: AOS/EAD Submitted
Sept 18, 2007: AOS Interview - APPROVED!!
ROC (Removing of Conditions)
June 23, 2009: Sent in I-751 packet
Sept 11, 2009: APPROVED!!
Sept 18, 2009: Received 10-year Green Card!

Naturalization
July 15, 2010: Sent N-400 packet
July 23, 2010: NOA Notice date
Oct 15, 2010: Citizenship Interview - Passed!
Nov 15, 2010: Oath Ceremony in Fresno, CA
Nov 24, 2010: Did SSN and Applied for Passport
Dec 6, 2010: Passport Arrives
Dec 7, 2010: Sent for Indian Passport Surrender Certificate
Dec 27, 2010: Surrender Certificate Arrives
Jan 3, 2011: Sent for Overseas Citizenship of India Card
March 1, 2011: Received OCI card!

Divorce

Feb 2015:​ Found out he was cheating (prostitutes / escorts)

​May 2015: Divorce Final

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I don't have a birth certificate either and have used my passport to verify my date of birth. Its not unusual for some of us old foggies :lol: You do not have to keep quiet - ELW is high on Samosas and Rasgullas. Good Luck


2005

K1

March 2 Filed I-129 F

July 21 Interview in Bogota ** Approved ** Very Easy!

AOS

Oct 19 Mailed AOS Packet to Chicago

2006

Feb 17 AOS interview in Denver. Biometrics also done today! (Interviewing officer ordered them.)

Apr 25 Green card received

2008

Removal of conditions

March 17 Refiled using new I-751 form

April 16 Biometrics done

July 10 Green card production ordered

2009

Citizenship

Jan 20 filed N400

Feb 04 NOA date

Feb 24 Biometrics

May 5 Interview - Centennial (Denver, Colorado) Passed

June 10 Oath Ceremony - Teikyo Loretto Heights, Denver, Colorado

July 7 Received Passport in 3 weeks

Shredded all immigration papers Have scanned images

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ELW is high on Samosas and Rasgullas.

:lol::lol: True, true.


***Nagaraju & Eileen***
K1 (Fiance Visa)
Oct 18, 2006: NOA1
Feb 8, 2007: NOA2
April 13, 2007: INTERVIEW in Chennai -Approved
May 25, 2007: USA Arrival! EAD at JFK
June 15, 2007: Married
AOS (Adjustment of Status)
June 21, 2007: AOS/EAD Submitted
Sept 18, 2007: AOS Interview - APPROVED!!
ROC (Removing of Conditions)
June 23, 2009: Sent in I-751 packet
Sept 11, 2009: APPROVED!!
Sept 18, 2009: Received 10-year Green Card!

Naturalization
July 15, 2010: Sent N-400 packet
July 23, 2010: NOA Notice date
Oct 15, 2010: Citizenship Interview - Passed!
Nov 15, 2010: Oath Ceremony in Fresno, CA
Nov 24, 2010: Did SSN and Applied for Passport
Dec 6, 2010: Passport Arrives
Dec 7, 2010: Sent for Indian Passport Surrender Certificate
Dec 27, 2010: Surrender Certificate Arrives
Jan 3, 2011: Sent for Overseas Citizenship of India Card
March 1, 2011: Received OCI card!

Divorce

Feb 2015:​ Found out he was cheating (prostitutes / escorts)

​May 2015: Divorce Final

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Hi,

On the letter where they scheduled our appointment and list all documents to bring, they also mentioned birth certificate for beneficiary (wife) and petitioner (me - husband). I am US Citizen and never had to provide it anywhere even when I got my US Citizenship. I don't have it and wonder what will happen if I don't bring it with me. My wife's birth cert. is fine and ready.

Did any of you there have this problem? Is is so important to have birth cert for petitioner? I have passport and citizenship certificate too, is it enough to validate my birth?

Thank you...

Eerhmm, it's not the birth they're validating...it's to validate that you are a USC (by Natz would mean you'd take the Certificate)


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I don't have a birth cert. with me. I am Cuban, and it is not easy to get one from old communist Cuba. I am a US citizen, and has been for about 22 years, and I am soon will start an AOS process. I hope to be OK.


Pat's Husband

K-1 visa

Bogotá, Colombia

Interview Date :............2008-05-15, VISA APPROVED

Visa Received :.............2008-05-20

U.S.A.

POE Date :..................2008-08-30 Saturday, Miami FL (awful - more than 5 hours)

Wedding Date : .............2008-09-11 Thursday

AOS:

Interview Appt:.............2009-02-05

GC approved:................2009-02-05

GC arrived:.................2009-02-17 (END)

GC expires:.................2011-02-05**

Removing of conditions (ROC):

ROC will be filed with:.....CSC

ROC filing date:............2010-11-13 (ACTUAL SENDING DATE, SATURDAY)

ROC filing received by CSC..2010-11-15 (CONFIRMED VIA EMAIL)

ROC check cashed by CSC.....2010-11-17

ROC NOA date received:......2010-11-20

ROC NOA date printed:.......2010-11-15

ROC RFE dates(if any):......(none so far)

ROC Bio Appt Date(if any):..2010-12-22

ROC Interview Date(if any):.None

ROC GC approved Date:.......2011-02-16

ROC GC received Date:.......2011-02-22 (END)

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They ask for the birth certificate just to prove citizenship. If you have a USA passport and citizenship paperwork, you will be fine without a birth certificate. :thumbs:


***Nagaraju & Eileen***
K1 (Fiance Visa)
Oct 18, 2006: NOA1
Feb 8, 2007: NOA2
April 13, 2007: INTERVIEW in Chennai -Approved
May 25, 2007: USA Arrival! EAD at JFK
June 15, 2007: Married
AOS (Adjustment of Status)
June 21, 2007: AOS/EAD Submitted
Sept 18, 2007: AOS Interview - APPROVED!!
ROC (Removing of Conditions)
June 23, 2009: Sent in I-751 packet
Sept 11, 2009: APPROVED!!
Sept 18, 2009: Received 10-year Green Card!

Naturalization
July 15, 2010: Sent N-400 packet
July 23, 2010: NOA Notice date
Oct 15, 2010: Citizenship Interview - Passed!
Nov 15, 2010: Oath Ceremony in Fresno, CA
Nov 24, 2010: Did SSN and Applied for Passport
Dec 6, 2010: Passport Arrives
Dec 7, 2010: Sent for Indian Passport Surrender Certificate
Dec 27, 2010: Surrender Certificate Arrives
Jan 3, 2011: Sent for Overseas Citizenship of India Card
March 1, 2011: Received OCI card!

Divorce

Feb 2015:​ Found out he was cheating (prostitutes / escorts)

​May 2015: Divorce Final

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