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Birth Certificate Question

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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DO I need my fiance's Birth Certificate for the interview or just mine and my daughters?


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31.03.2010- I129F Filed (K1/K2)
02.09.2010- Interview - VAN - [color="#8B0000"][b]APPROVED!![/b][/color]
18.09.2010- POE Edmonton-Atlanta
01.10.2010- Civil Wedding in GA! <3
04.29.2011- AOS Filed (K1/K2)
09.19.2011- EAD Approved
10.24.2011- AOS - ATL Interview -[color="#8B0000"][b]APPROVED!![/b][/color]
11.02.2011- Green Cards for us!!

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Filed: Other Country: Canada
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Some people are asked for evidence of domicile for K1 visas, so you might want to make a copy of his passport info page, his driver`s license and birth certificate, and a copy of a utility bill or credit card bill. I wasn`t ask for any of that at my interview though...

You need your original birth certificate and a copy of it too. Same for your kids.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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I have evidence of domicile. FED EX lost our package that was recently sent and the only document that takes time to replace is his darn birth certificate ><.

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31.03.2010- I129F Filed (K1/K2)
02.09.2010- Interview - VAN - [color="#8B0000"][b]APPROVED!![/b][/color]
18.09.2010- POE Edmonton-Atlanta
01.10.2010- Civil Wedding in GA! <3
04.29.2011- AOS Filed (K1/K2)
09.19.2011- EAD Approved
10.24.2011- AOS - ATL Interview -[color="#8B0000"][b]APPROVED!![/b][/color]
11.02.2011- Green Cards for us!!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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K-1 iv only ever used copys of things in mailing. ALWAYS bring the real ones with me.

For my interview I showed both real birth certs of mine and his(us citizen) and they took copys of both and put them into this big folder they were filling up on the other side of the window. They let me leave with the originals which I needed my original again for many things in the US - AOS among one of the things.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

AOS was approved in 2 months and 8 days without interview.

ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

I am a Citizen of the United States of America. 04/16/13

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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What they need is evidence of your fiance's US citizenship. If he has a passport, that should be prof enough. We never needed my husbands birth certificate at any point during the process, we just used his passport.

And I've never heard of a K-1 being asked for evidence of domicile. Since he petitioned you while living in the US, it's pretty much a moot point. Even so, a birth certificate does nothing to prove domicile. It says where you were born, not where you live.

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