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Hi all

My interview is scheduled in mid Aug. A quick question - is birth certificate of my husband is really required? His family immigrated to the states when he is ten. He got his citizenship when he is 20. Can he bring his passport as an alternative proof where the birthplace is shown?

please help.

Thanks

Amy


1/11/2008: Sent out AOS package and I-130 to Chicago Lockbox

1/13/2008: Package Received

1/17/2008: Checks Cashed

1/23/2008: Receive NOAs (I-130,I-485, AP and EAD) dated 1/16/2008

2/11/2008: Receive ASC Appointment Notice (I-485 and I-765) dated 2/1/2008

2/29/2008: Biometric Appointment

3/4/2008: AP touched - request for additional info

3/7/2008: EAD touched - Approved

3/12/2008: Receive EAD

3/15/2008: Receive I-512L x 2 - dated 3/4/2008

7/10/2008: Interview Letter Received

8/20/2008: AOS Interview and GC is approved!

8/27/2008: Receive welcome letter dated 8/21

8/30/2008: Receive my GC!

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Bring the alternate proof, it should be OK. Usually they don't even ask for such things at the interview, just the proof of relationship. My hubby doesn't have a birth certificate either. We gave the Affidavit from his parents during the visa process and no one asked for anything at the AOS interview.


***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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They potentially can ask for anything that was required when you submitted your AOS package.

If you do not have have a Birth certificate then bring your Govt. issued ID,

I would bring as much support documents as you can bring more than you think you need.

He should be ok with his US Passport.

Good Luck


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IMPORTANT NOTICE:Like you all, I am not an attorney ; I am a layperson (I have laid a lot of persons ) My advice is based on Experience obtained by filing ourselves

AOS met in Japan 1994 married 10/2004

DO:Los Angeles,Ca.

6/17/06 Forms Sent (I-130, I-485, and I-765)

6/19/06 RD I-130,I-485, I-765

6/26/06 NOA rcvd

7/15/06 Biometrics complete Day 22

8/4/06 Interview Notice Rcvd Day 42

9/9/06 EAD Card Received :)Day 78

9/13/06 SS Card Received :)Day 82

9/27/06 AOS Interview Los Angeles APPROVED LPR Day 96

12/04/06 Welcome To the United States Letter received

12/08/06 Green Card Received- expires 12/2016

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Hi all

My interview is scheduled in mid Aug. A quick question - is birth certificate of my husband is really required? His family immigrated to the states when he is ten. He got his citizenship when he is 20. Can he bring his passport as an alternative proof where the birthplace is shown?

please help.

Thanks

Amy

we were also worried about this 'coz my husband doesn't have a birth certificate but during the interview, the Officer only asked for his passport as proof of his citizenship. so i suggest you just bring his passport or certificate of naturalization. i guess they don't really care where he was born, it is more important to prove he is a US citizen.

good luck!


Our K-1 Journey

I-129F sent to CSC via USPS.........13 Feb 2007

NOA1.........................................16 Feb 2007

NOA1 hardcopy...........................22 Feb 2007

NOA2!(thru email).......................9 May 2007

NOA2 hardcopy...........................14 May 2007

received by NVC...........................5 June 2007

petition left NVC for USE Manila......8 June 2007

received hardcopy of NVC letter.....9 June 2007

received by US Embassy Manila.....18 June 2007

Packet 4 Received ......................31 July 2007

Early Medical Exam......................22-23 August 2007

Interview appointment.................5 September 2007

arrival in the US (POE: SFO)...........4 October 2007

WEDDING!..................................26 October 2007

AOS

mailed I-485 and I-765................18 December 2007

NOAs for I-485 and I-765.............26 December 2007

biometrics appointment...............15 January 2008

EAD card received.......................18 February 2008

AOS interview in San Francisco.....30 May 2008 approved!!!

"Welcome to America!" letter

received in the mail.....................6 June 2008

Green card arrived in the mail......11 June 2008 YES!!!

our interview experience

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