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do you need both the person birth certificate for K-1?

i lost my birth certificate when i imigrate to the United States.

i have become naturalized us citizen, and my US Citizen Certificate already

has my date of birth and where i was born, is this acceptable as a birth certificate?

if not then, what forms or document i need to provide.


11/2005 ...I-129F Sent

01/2006 ...Forwarded to NVC

02/2006 ...Forwarded to US Consulate in HCMC

03/2006 ...HCMC Consulate Sends Packet 3

04/2006 ...HCMC Consulate Sends Packet 4

05/2006 ...Medical Exam Fail (TB, 6 months treatment)

6/22/2006...Interview Date, recieve (blue) form

visa not approve - need irs 1722, birth cert., medical

7/?/2006 ...summit birth cert, irs1722

12/28/06 ...TB treatment completed

12/29/06 ...medical sent USC

1/08/07 ...USC recieved medical

1/15/07 ...spent day in USC, request USC to review our case,

receive red form(appointment to receive visa 1/19/07)

1/16/07 ...USC call request ds156

1/18/07 ...summit ds156

1/19/07 ...USC call request 5mmX5mm photo

1/19/07 ...12:00pm summit photo to USC

1/19/07 ...4:30pm receive visa

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The naturalization certificate is what you would use to show US citizenship. You are not required to send your birth certificate as this shows your birth in another country and does not prove your US citizenship which is what the requirement is of the I-129F

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my concerns was that during the interview the Consulate officer might ask to provide proof that we are not related by presenting our original birth certificates. in that case i dont have my birth certificate


11/2005 ...I-129F Sent

01/2006 ...Forwarded to NVC

02/2006 ...Forwarded to US Consulate in HCMC

03/2006 ...HCMC Consulate Sends Packet 3

04/2006 ...HCMC Consulate Sends Packet 4

05/2006 ...Medical Exam Fail (TB, 6 months treatment)

6/22/2006...Interview Date, recieve (blue) form

visa not approve - need irs 1722, birth cert., medical

7/?/2006 ...summit birth cert, irs1722

12/28/06 ...TB treatment completed

12/29/06 ...medical sent USC

1/08/07 ...USC recieved medical

1/15/07 ...spent day in USC, request USC to review our case,

receive red form(appointment to receive visa 1/19/07)

1/16/07 ...USC call request ds156

1/18/07 ...summit ds156

1/19/07 ...USC call request 5mmX5mm photo

1/19/07 ...12:00pm summit photo to USC

1/19/07 ...4:30pm receive visa

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my concerns was that during the interview the Consulate officer might ask to provide proof that we are not related by presenting our original birth certificates. in that case i dont have my birth certificate

The only worry regarding consular officials in regards to the USC is that they are indeed a USC. I was not asked for my BC at any time other than for the initial petition, and that was for proof of citizenship.

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