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I am filling out my side of the form of the I-29F. Under the part where it asks me the number of my certificate, do I enter the local file number thats on the upper left hand side of my birth cert? Or do I enter the birth number thats on the upper right hand side? Thanks for the replies everyone.

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I am filling out my side of the form of the I-29F. Under the part where it asks me the number of my certificate, do I enter the local file number thats on the upper left hand side of my birth cert? Or do I enter the birth number thats on the upper right hand side? Thanks for the replies everyone.

They are not asking for the Certificate Number for birth certificates. Do not enter anything. The people that became a US Citizen through Naturalization, they are asking for the Naturalization Certificate number.

Good luck


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They are not asking for the Certificate Number for birth certificates. Do not enter anything. The people that became a US Citizen through Naturalization, they are asking for the Naturalization Certificate number.

Good luck

Oh #######... I thought the same thing and entered my U.S. birth certificate number in that space! Surely I can't be the first person to have made this mistake... does anyone know if this will cause a problem in our processing?


K-1:
April 21, 2010: I-129F Sent (from London to VSC)
April 27, 2010: NOA1, check cashed
July 9, 2010: NOA2 (hardcopy)
July 12, 2010: NVC sent petition to embassy in London
October 7, 2010: Packet 3 logged at embassy
November 3, 2010: Interview: APPROVED!
December 7, 2010: POE: JFK
December 10, 2010: Wedding

AOS:
April 27, 2011: Sent I-485, I-864, EAD and AP to Chicago
May 5, 2011: Received text notifications, check cashed
May 9, 2011: NOA hardcopy via mail
May 14, 2011: RFE (for incorrectly filling out I-693)
June 3, 2011: Biometrics
June 17, 2011: RFE response delivered
June 21, 2011: Case under RFE review
June 23, 2011: Transferred to CSC!
June 29, 2011: EAD and AP approved!
July 9, 2011: EAD/AP card arrived via mail
January 4, 2012: RFE
January 28, 2012: RFE response delivered
January 30, 2012: Case under RFE review
February 8, 2012: Green card in production!
February 14, 2012: Green card received in mail

ROC:

December 4, 2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

December 9, 2013: NOA1

January 13, 2014: Biometrics

May 15, 2014: Green card in production!

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Oh #######... I thought the same thing and entered my U.S. birth certificate number in that space! Surely I can't be the first person to have made this mistake... does anyone know if this will cause a problem in our processing?

Hopefully they will ignore the entry since you are a US Citizen by birth and did submit a copy of your birth certificate. A good adjudicator will take a moment to realize the very insignificant mistake and just move past it without any questions or issues.

Good luck


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Hopefully they will ignore the entry since you are a US Citizen by birth and did submit a copy of your birth certificate. A good adjudicator will take a moment to realize the very insignificant mistake and just move past it without any questions or issues.

Good luck

Thanks for the reassurance!


K-1:
April 21, 2010: I-129F Sent (from London to VSC)
April 27, 2010: NOA1, check cashed
July 9, 2010: NOA2 (hardcopy)
July 12, 2010: NVC sent petition to embassy in London
October 7, 2010: Packet 3 logged at embassy
November 3, 2010: Interview: APPROVED!
December 7, 2010: POE: JFK
December 10, 2010: Wedding

AOS:
April 27, 2011: Sent I-485, I-864, EAD and AP to Chicago
May 5, 2011: Received text notifications, check cashed
May 9, 2011: NOA hardcopy via mail
May 14, 2011: RFE (for incorrectly filling out I-693)
June 3, 2011: Biometrics
June 17, 2011: RFE response delivered
June 21, 2011: Case under RFE review
June 23, 2011: Transferred to CSC!
June 29, 2011: EAD and AP approved!
July 9, 2011: EAD/AP card arrived via mail
January 4, 2012: RFE
January 28, 2012: RFE response delivered
January 30, 2012: Case under RFE review
February 8, 2012: Green card in production!
February 14, 2012: Green card received in mail

ROC:

December 4, 2013: Sent I-751 to Vermont Service Center

December 9, 2013: NOA1

January 13, 2014: Biometrics

May 15, 2014: Green card in production!

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I am on the same question and confused, as well!! Thanks to this post I am leaving it blank. I am a citizen by birth.


6/9/10 Mailed USPS

6/10/10 Received at VSC

6/15/10 NOA1 Notice Date

6/17/10 Check cashed

6/19/10 NOA1 received in mail

6/21/10 Touched

7/16/10 NOA2

7/22/10 NVC received Case

7/24/10 NOA2 received in mail

7/26/10 Packet left NVC for Bridgetown

8/9/10 Consulate received Petition

8/10/10 Consulate mailed Package 3

8/23/10 Consulate re-mailed Package 3

9/3/10 Received packet 3

9/9/10 Mailed Packet 3

9/15/10 Consulate received packet 3

10/1/10 Interview scheduled (packet 4 en route)

10/8/10 Received packet 4

10/28/10 Went for Medical Exam

11/2/10 Interview at 9 a.m. - Approved!

12/11/10 Point of Entry via San Juan

Yay!

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