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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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Should i be worried?

On the birth Certificate of my beneficiary... The person typing it in, left a pronoun out of the official province. Whereas the Marriage certificate utilizes the pronoun.

So in my case the I-130 follows the bith certificate CIudad La Habana.. But the the official title is Ciudad de la Habana (as listed on the wedding certificate)... Will this matter to the USCIS?

One of the solutions was to put as listed in the translations, HAVANA..

I am worried because I heard they must match exact. Id just die if I got the petition rejected again.. Is using the translation again a suitable fix for this situation?


Event Date

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Switzerland

Marriage (if applicable): 2009-07-28

I-130 Sent : 2010-08-07

I-130 NOA1 : 2010-08-10

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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Should i be worried?

On the birth Certificate of my beneficiary... The person typing it in, left a pronoun out of the official province. Whereas the Marriage certificate utilizes the pronoun.

So in my case the I-130 follows the bith certificate CIudad La Habana.. But the the official title is Ciudad de la Habana (as listed on the wedding certificate)... Will this matter to the USCIS?

One of the solutions was to put as listed in the translations, HAVANA..

I am worried because I heard they must match exact. Id just die if I got the petition rejected again.. Is using the translation again a suitable fix for this situation?

Rumba, normally people would use the name in the Passport of the beneficiary in the forms.

I hope it should NOT be a problem, but we never know this USCIS. Even if any damage happens, it won't be the rejection, they might ask for additional evidence at the cost of time. Then you can deal with it at that point of time.

Good luck, Rumba!

Loto


CSC - I-130 for Parents (IR5)

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10/13/2011 - Delivered at Chicago Lockbox

10/17/2011 - Email received with Receipt#, Routed to CSC

10/18/2011 - Cleared the checks $420*2

10/21/2011 - Received NOA1

03/30/2012 - Received NOA2

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05/01/2012 - Case# generated

05/02/2012 - DS-3032 COA emailed

05/02/2012 - I-864 AOS Fee $88 paid

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05/11/2012 - DS-230 IV package received by NVC

05/17/2012 - Case Completed

Consulate

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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HAHA Really? Well Guess what, the passport doesnt even use the pronouns.. Problem is people #### with these forms too much


Event Date

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Switzerland

Marriage (if applicable): 2009-07-28

I-130 Sent : 2010-08-07

I-130 NOA1 : 2010-08-10

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HAHA Really? Well Guess what, the passport doesnt even use the pronouns.. Problem is people #### with these forms too much

I have the same fear in the back of my head, from the official US Embassy in Jakarta they say Akte Perkawinin (certificate of marriage) but mine says Kutipan Akte Perkawinan (kutipan means citation or transcript of) but i suppose we shall see. Good luck to you my friend! I would think that the embassies in countries would be used to the inconsistencies common to those official certificates


I-130 filed for IR-1 CR-1 Immigrant visa, Spouse residing overseas

dec ** 2007 first met

Feb 01 2010 married in Bali

July 30 2010 NOA 1

Aug 02 2010 $355fee Check cleared

Nov 03 2010 I-130 transferred to TSC

Feb 16 2011 NOA 2, I-130 approved

mar 5 2011 recieved case #

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Should i be worried?

On the birth Certificate of my beneficiary... The person typing it in, left a pronoun out of the official province. Whereas the Marriage certificate utilizes the pronoun.

So in my case the I-130 follows the bith certificate CIudad La Habana.. But the the official title is Ciudad de la Habana (as listed on the wedding certificate)... Will this matter to the USCIS?

One of the solutions was to put as listed in the translations, HAVANA..

I am worried because I heard they must match exact. Id just die if I got the petition rejected again.. Is using the translation again a suitable fix for this situation?

Well I think it will be ok on your birth certificate CIudad LA Habana, and the title is cidad de la Habana


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Cuba
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That's good to hear Komang. Glad to see that I am not the only one who thinks things can work out.

Well here is another interesting question guys!

Is the birth certificate only lists the municipality and province.. Does this mean the municipality is the city of birth?

Keep in mind it is well known that Havana functions as a city and province... What do you guys thinK?


Event Date

Service Center : California Service Center

Consulate : Switzerland

Marriage (if applicable): 2009-07-28

I-130 Sent : 2010-08-07

I-130 NOA1 : 2010-08-10

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