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So all of my wifes documents were sent into the NVC a couple weeks ago on April 7. I received an email from them 3 days ago stating that they still need a copy of my wifes passport bio page to complete her file. I had an attorney send in the documents for me. The attorney is trying to tell me that maybe the NVC is asking for my wifes bio page again because they don't like/trust her passport. It's a real passport. I'm sure of that. I'm thinking that the attorney is trying to cover his mistake of forgetting my wifes bio page by saying the NVC is questioning the passport validity.

Does anyone know, if the NVC doubts the validity of someones passport, is this how they would go about trying to rectify it, by re-requesting a copy of the document they already have? Wouldnt the NVC just say that the passport is in question or just deny the application?

I know my wifes passport is real. It's from Nepal and they handwrite the bio page which could raise some doubts but I would assume that the NVC already knows about this.

The scan that my wife sent me of her passport is slightly unclear. Its all still readable, even the fine print, but it's still a little fuzzy. Could this be it?

Or did the attorney just forget to send it?

Anyone with some knowledge, please help me out.

Thanks for your time

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So all of my wifes documents were sent into the NVC a couple weeks ago on April 7. I received an email from them 3 days ago stating that they still need a copy of my wifes passport bio page to complete her file. I had an attorney send in the documents for me. The attorney is trying to tell me that maybe the NVC is asking for my wifes bio page again because they don't like/trust her passport. It's a real passport. I'm sure of that. I'm thinking that the attorney is trying to cover his mistake of forgetting my wifes bio page by saying the NVC is questioning the passport validity.

Does anyone know, if the NVC doubts the validity of someones passport, is this how they would go about trying to rectify it, by re-requesting a copy of the document they already have? Wouldnt the NVC just say that the passport is in question or just deny the application?

I know my wifes passport is real. It's from Nepal and they handwrite the bio page which could raise some doubts but I would assume that the NVC already knows about this.

The scan that my wife sent me of her passport is slightly unclear. Its all still readable, even the fine print, but it's still a little fuzzy. Could this be it?

Or did the attorney just forget to send it?

Anyone with some knowledge, please help me out.

Thanks for your time

Good luck every knowing the answer to those questions. Things get overlooked on both ends. Just get done what needs to get done.


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I would just have her photocopy the passport bio page again and send it to you...maybe it is because it is fuzzy, or maybe the lawyer didnt send it...in any case your case will not move ahead without it.


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Photocopy the page again and send it in. If her expiry date is on another page instead of the biographic page, make sure to include that page as well.

Someone got a RFE for that.

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