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Do I need original birth certificate for AOS?

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I am not in the process of adjusting my status yet..but I just want to know if I need to pass an original copy of my birth certificate for AOS, because I am having a problem getting another original copy...although I got one already..but when I was trying to get another copy from the census just in case I need it,it appeared that there has been a problem with my BC...so I am a little bit worried that I might be needing another original copy when I moved to U.S. and I can't provide any....the lawyer said it will take a minimum of 6 months to fixed my BC's problem..

So, I am trying to really get a good grip on the only original copy I have...can anyone tell me what processes do I need to provide a copy of my BC? (AOS, or removing conditions or applying for citizenship?)

Thanks..


May 2000 - first time we met

June 2000 - started dating

Feb.16, 2008 - filed for K1

Feb. 25, 2008 -NOA1

July 26, 2008 -NOA2

July 31, 2008 - Package received ny NVC

Aug. 5, 2008 -Recieved by Montreal Consulate

Sept.12, 2008 -Packet 3 received

Sept.17, 2008 -Packet 3 sent

Dec. 12, 2008 -Packet 4 received

Feb 11, 2009 -interview

Feb 20, 2009 - K1 visa received

Feb 25, 2009 - US entry

March 18,2009- Wedding

AOS

April 9, 2009 - filed for application

April 15, 2009 - NOA received for I-1485,EAD, & AP

May 5, 2009 - Biometrics

May 26, 2009 - AP received

May 26, 2009 - card production ordered for EAD

June 5, 2009 - EAD received

July 7, 2009 - Interview appointment received

Aug 20, 2009 - Interview---approved

Sept 2, 2009 - Card recieved

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I am not in the process of adjusting my status yet..but I just want to know if I need to pass an original copy of my birth certificate for AOS, because I am having a problem getting another original copy...although I got one already..but when I was trying to get another copy from the census just in case I need it,it appeared that there has been a problem with my BC...so I am a little bit worried that I might be needing another original copy when I moved to U.S. and I can't provide any....the lawyer said it will take a minimum of 6 months to fixed my BC's problem..

So, I am trying to really get a good grip on the only original copy I have...can anyone tell me what processes do I need to provide a copy of my BC? (AOS, or removing conditions or applying for citizenship?)

Thanks..

Only situation I know when the original is required is for CRs and IRs for NVC. You only need to submit copies for AOS and have original in hand if you have a interview.


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Yes and No. When you send in the AOS packet, you will send photocopies of documents. But when (and if) you have an interview, you will be required to bring originals of all the documents you submitted with your AOS.

But a lot of K-visa holders get approved without an interview, so they don't have to worry about it.

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Yes and No. When you send in the AOS packet, you will send photocopies of documents. But when (and if) you have an interview, you will be required to bring originals of all the documents you submitted with your AOS.

But a lot of K-visa holders get approved without an interview, so they don't have to worry about it.

Agreed...


David & Jenny

Removing Conditions

5-24-2010 - Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center via USPS (receipt/signature required)

5-25-2010 - Delivered to Vermont Service Center & Signed For

6-1-2010 - I-751 Receipt Notice Received in Mail (dated 5/26/10)

*time Passed

7-30-2010 - Biometrics date: August 13, 2010

8-13-2010 - Biometrics Finished

*time passed

8-30-2010 - email received 'card production ordered'

8-31-2010 - touch (updated on uscis as approved)

9-4-2010 - Received 10yr Green Card ** Now we relax **

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thank you guys..actually I am from the Philippines too and since the census updated their system I got messed up..it's my parent's fault but what can i do....but thank all of you..it's such a relief having some people giving me the nerve to go for it..


May 2000 - first time we met

June 2000 - started dating

Feb.16, 2008 - filed for K1

Feb. 25, 2008 -NOA1

July 26, 2008 -NOA2

July 31, 2008 - Package received ny NVC

Aug. 5, 2008 -Recieved by Montreal Consulate

Sept.12, 2008 -Packet 3 received

Sept.17, 2008 -Packet 3 sent

Dec. 12, 2008 -Packet 4 received

Feb 11, 2009 -interview

Feb 20, 2009 - K1 visa received

Feb 25, 2009 - US entry

March 18,2009- Wedding

AOS

April 9, 2009 - filed for application

April 15, 2009 - NOA received for I-1485,EAD, & AP

May 5, 2009 - Biometrics

May 26, 2009 - AP received

May 26, 2009 - card production ordered for EAD

June 5, 2009 - EAD received

July 7, 2009 - Interview appointment received

Aug 20, 2009 - Interview---approved

Sept 2, 2009 - Card recieved

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