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A friend of mine will be having her interview next week...She is wondering if she needs to have a notarized letter explaining reason of being late registered? other than that, does she need other supporting documents like baptismal certificate, voter's ID, transcript of records? what are the other things needed at the embassy if you are late registered?

Thank you so much in advance! (F)


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Yes she already have a passport and she have been into the US as a tourist.....


01/05/10 - Visa on Hand

01/16/10 - POE Seattle Tacoma airport, WA

02/03/10 - Received SSN

03/09/10 - 2nd year Anniversary

04/12/10 - AOS, EAD, AP Application Submitted

04/14/10 - USCIS received package(AOS application)

04/22/10 - got email notification receipt number

04/24/10 - Received hard copy I-797 notice of action (AOS, EAD, AP)

04/30/10 - Biometrics notice thru mail

05/11/10 - Biometrics Appointment

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as long she have birth certificate in hands ,bring it on the interview. they will not ask if she's/he's late registered.btw. read the guides in VJ,everything is in there.for the documents she needs for the interview.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Thanks Ana!!! ;)


01/05/10 - Visa on Hand

01/16/10 - POE Seattle Tacoma airport, WA

02/03/10 - Received SSN

03/09/10 - 2nd year Anniversary

04/12/10 - AOS, EAD, AP Application Submitted

04/14/10 - USCIS received package(AOS application)

04/22/10 - got email notification receipt number

04/24/10 - Received hard copy I-797 notice of action (AOS, EAD, AP)

04/30/10 - Biometrics notice thru mail

05/11/10 - Biometrics Appointment

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A friend of mine will be having her interview next week...She is wondering if she needs to have a notarized letter explaining reason of being late registered? other than that, does she need other supporting documents like baptismal certificate, voter's ID, transcript of records? what are the other things needed at the embassy if you are late registered?

Thank you so much in advance! (F)

"does she need other supporting documents like baptismal certificate, voter's ID, transcript of records

Yes plus postal ID, school and wotk records, copy of page in babtismal book, copy of cover babtismal book.

Affidavit by hilot or people that attended her birth also.

More ammo the better.


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Thanks Haole!


01/05/10 - Visa on Hand

01/16/10 - POE Seattle Tacoma airport, WA

02/03/10 - Received SSN

03/09/10 - 2nd year Anniversary

04/12/10 - AOS, EAD, AP Application Submitted

04/14/10 - USCIS received package(AOS application)

04/22/10 - got email notification receipt number

04/24/10 - Received hard copy I-797 notice of action (AOS, EAD, AP)

04/30/10 - Biometrics notice thru mail

05/11/10 - Biometrics Appointment

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As I understood, in cases of late registered birth certificates, Consul would normally/commonly ask to see an original copy of the baptismal certificate. Although, bringing more proof as would even be greater still.

Edited by BrianandMerne

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A friend of mine will be having her interview next week...She is wondering if she needs to have a notarized letter explaining reason of being late registered? other than that, does she need other supporting documents like baptismal certificate, voter's ID, transcript of records? what are the other things needed at the embassy if you are late registered?

Thank you so much in advance! (F)

Her Live Birth is stamped LATE REGISTRATION in the upper right corner in the box labled REMARKS/ANNOTATION. It will not go unnoticed.

Affidavit of Acknowledgement/Admission Of Paternity, and Affidavit For Delayed Registration Of Birth should be Page 2 of 2 of her Late Registered Live Birth as obtained from the NSO.

Prepere her to bring copious amounts of old ID's, school year books, school records, everything possible with her name, photo and birth date.

Evidence of her identity that was issued four years ago and older will most likely be requested in addition to the standard set of recommended documents that may still include, passport, Postal ID, NBI, SSS, barangay clearance, baptismal certificate/book, cedula, Voter's ID, NBI Certificate. The more old and expired ID's, the better.

BTW: How late registered is she?

Good luck

NM

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I am not sure how late it was registered might ask her for that...thanks for the info....


01/05/10 - Visa on Hand

01/16/10 - POE Seattle Tacoma airport, WA

02/03/10 - Received SSN

03/09/10 - 2nd year Anniversary

04/12/10 - AOS, EAD, AP Application Submitted

04/14/10 - USCIS received package(AOS application)

04/22/10 - got email notification receipt number

04/24/10 - Received hard copy I-797 notice of action (AOS, EAD, AP)

04/30/10 - Biometrics notice thru mail

05/11/10 - Biometrics Appointment

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