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My wife is immigrating from the czech republic. Our son was born a US citizen and I am a US citizen.

Under the copies of things I noticed it said:

In addition to sending the original documents or certified copies of the documents to the NVC, the applicant and each accompanying family member must submit a photocopy of the original documents or certified copies of the documents.

I will be in Czech Republic with my wife, and our little one. We plan on all traveling back to the US together. Does this mean that our son and myself, both US citizens, must get together our police records, birth certificates and send them to NVC as well? or does the term accompanying means "non-US citizens" who are immigrating ...

I thought originally it was just my wife, her birth certificate, our marriage certificate and her police records. But now looking over that statement, I am unsure if they will want my records, and our sons records as well since we will be traveling with her?

If anyone knows the answer to this, please let me know.

Thank you very much,


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