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My wife just picked up her packet from the embassy and in it they state that they want proof of residence for my dad, such as a cedula(I.D.) for the interview. We will be living with my parents for the time being while getting her adjusted here and used him as a joint sponser because of my self employment (though ample I don't have much proof on the YTD income). Figgured better safe then sorry.

Would they mean "proof" that we're at the same address or proof that he's a USC? Would they accept copies because I couldn't bring his actual drivers license with me? Of course his birth certificate and passport don't have addresses but they would prove citizenship. I intend to bring copies of them as well though. I sent in photocopies of our licenses showing shared addrress as well as a copy of his passport so they should have them, though I have no problem bringing another copy.

Or would they want originals, though I don't see people bringing others origianals on overseas trips, I intend to be there with my wife come interview time.

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My wife just picked up her packet from the embassy and in it they state that they want proof of residence for my dad, such as a cedula(I.D.) for the interview. We will be living with my parents for the time being while getting her adjusted here and used him as a joint sponser because of my self employment (though ample I don't have much proof on the YTD income). Figgured better safe then sorry.

Would they mean "proof" that we're at the same address or proof that he's a USC? Would they accept copies because I couldn't bring his actual drivers license with me? Of course his birth certificate and passport don't have addresses but they would prove citizenship. I intend to bring copies of them as well though. I sent in photocopies of our licenses showing shared addrress as well as a copy of his passport so they should have them, though I have no problem bringing another copy.

Or would they want originals, though I don't see people bringing others origianals on overseas trips, I intend to be there with my wife come interview time.

Thanks

I would lay his passport and drivers license down on a color copier screen and bring a color copy of both on the same page. That's all they'll need.


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