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So I was looking through the papers me and my fiance needed.

And the notary guy I went to to translate the birth certificate just told me that

I gave him an Extract not and extensive certificate.

am so upset..I better not get an RFE.Urghhhhh I can shut him.

What do you guys think? :huh: :huh: :huh:

:crying: :crying: :crying:


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So I was looking through the papers me and my fiance needed.

And the notary guy I went to to translate the birth certificate just told me that

I gave him an Extract not and extensive certificate.

am so upset..I better not get an RFE.Urghhhhh I can shut him.

What do you guys think? :huh: :huh: :huh:

:crying: :crying: :crying:

Without seeing it, it's hard to comment. Did the certificate have name, date and place of birth as well as the parents' names? Was it a certified copy provided by the agency that issues the birth certificates?


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So I was looking through the papers me and my fiance needed.

And the notary guy I went to to translate the birth certificate just told me that

I gave him an Extract not and extensive certificate.

am so upset..I better not get an RFE.Urghhhhh I can shut him.

What do you guys think? :huh: :huh: :huh:

:crying: :crying: :crying:

Read the required info below.

Birth Certificate: An original birth certificate (legalized by the Junta Central Electoral and in the in extensa format)for each applicant. A birth certificate must be presented for each child under age 21, even if that person is not applying for a visa with you at this time. The date/place of birth and the names of the parents must be shown on the birth certificate.

The picture below is how it should look:

http://photos.state.gov/galleries/dominicanrepublic/5/imagenes_iv/4.html

Source:

http://santodomingo.usembassy.gov/k1-k2_instructions.html


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yes its certified by the agency that provided.

but this notary guy tells me they might ask for the extensive copy.

You think its at the interview or they might send an RFE? :wacko: :wacko: :wacko:


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11/04/2010 | NOA1 Received

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02/24/2011 | Flyiin to be with my love

03/05/2011 | Back to waiting,back to US .lol

04/04/2011 | 150th Day Mark.arghh

04/25/2011 | NOA2..yayyy

NVC

05/03/2011 | NVC Received SDO# ASSIGNED

05/05/2011 | Case En route to Santo Domingo

05/07/2011 | Received NVC letter date 5/3/2011

05/11/2011 | Santo Domingo Received Case

05/17/2011 | Interview scheduled

06/01/2011 | Pkt.4 Received

07/06/2011 | Medical Done

07/17/2011 | Leaving to DR

07/19/2011 | INTERVIEW AT 6:45AM APPROVED

08/03/2011 | VISA Printed

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based on the source sent by Mr Tee :) (hope all is well with you).....the extensa is a requirement of the Dominican consulate....the one your sent in the petition should be sufficient......if not we are both in the same boat :(


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based on the source sent by Mr Tee :) (hope all is well with you).....the extensa is a requirement of the Dominican consulate....the one your sent in the petition should be sufficient......if not we are both in the same boat :(

ohhh man..hopefully not.

I hope we just need it for the interview.Am telling my fiance to start getting the inextense certficate,

before i have a heart attack. :blink: :blink:


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11/04/2010 | NOA1 Received

11/15/2010 | Touched

02/24/2011 | Flyiin to be with my love

03/05/2011 | Back to waiting,back to US .lol

04/04/2011 | 150th Day Mark.arghh

04/25/2011 | NOA2..yayyy

NVC

05/03/2011 | NVC Received SDO# ASSIGNED

05/05/2011 | Case En route to Santo Domingo

05/07/2011 | Received NVC letter date 5/3/2011

05/11/2011 | Santo Domingo Received Case

05/17/2011 | Interview scheduled

06/01/2011 | Pkt.4 Received

07/06/2011 | Medical Done

07/17/2011 | Leaving to DR

07/19/2011 | INTERVIEW AT 6:45AM APPROVED

08/03/2011 | VISA Printed

08/08/2011 | Visa Received

08/09/2011 | POE @ JFK

09/23/2011 | MARRIED

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K1 Process

11/04/2010 | NOA1 Received

11/15/2010 | Touched

02/24/2011 | Flyiin to be with my love

03/05/2011 | Back to waiting,back to US .lol

04/04/2011 | 150th Day Mark.arghh

04/25/2011 | NOA2..yayyy

NVC

05/03/2011 | NVC Received SDO# ASSIGNED

05/05/2011 | Case En route to Santo Domingo

05/07/2011 | Received NVC letter date 5/3/2011

05/11/2011 | Santo Domingo Received Case

05/17/2011 | Interview scheduled

06/01/2011 | Pkt.4 Received

07/06/2011 | Medical Done

07/17/2011 | Leaving to DR

07/19/2011 | INTERVIEW AT 6:45AM APPROVED

08/03/2011 | VISA Printed

08/08/2011 | Visa Received

08/09/2011 | POE @ JFK

09/23/2011 | MARRIED

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Why are you sending a copy of your fiance's birth certificate with the petition? A birth certificate is only required if it's being used by the US citizen to prove their citizenship, in which case they would have been born in the US and the birth certificate would already be in English. The foreign fiance's birth certificate isn't needed until the interview. If you sent it with the petition then USCIS is only going to ignore it because it wasn't needed.


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Why are you sending a copy of your fiance's birth certificate with the petition? A birth certificate is only required if it's being used by the US citizen to prove their citizenship, in which case they would have been born in the US and the birth certificate would already be in English. The foreign fiance's birth certificate isn't needed until the interview. If you sent it with the petition then USCIS is only going to ignore it because it wasn't needed.

Right and "birth certificates" don't "expire" because the information in them doesn't change. While I'm at it, expiration dates on police reports are ignored as well. Consulates have their own standards on how old they can be and couldn't care less about an expiration date on the police report itself.


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wowww i didnt know i didnt need it..honestly i thought i did.

so i sent it lol.

thank you for your answers and i appreciate you clearing it up for me.

this is really driving me insane. :unsure: :unsure:


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K1 Process

11/04/2010 | NOA1 Received

11/15/2010 | Touched

02/24/2011 | Flyiin to be with my love

03/05/2011 | Back to waiting,back to US .lol

04/04/2011 | 150th Day Mark.arghh

04/25/2011 | NOA2..yayyy

NVC

05/03/2011 | NVC Received SDO# ASSIGNED

05/05/2011 | Case En route to Santo Domingo

05/07/2011 | Received NVC letter date 5/3/2011

05/11/2011 | Santo Domingo Received Case

05/17/2011 | Interview scheduled

06/01/2011 | Pkt.4 Received

07/06/2011 | Medical Done

07/17/2011 | Leaving to DR

07/19/2011 | INTERVIEW AT 6:45AM APPROVED

08/03/2011 | VISA Printed

08/08/2011 | Visa Received

08/09/2011 | POE @ JFK

09/23/2011 | MARRIED

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In the Dominican republic they do expire. So again don't get it until it is close to interview

Apples and oranges. An "expiration date" on a Birth Certificate would be ignored by any US immigration official, just as the expiration date on a Police report would be ignored. They care when the police report was issue, not some arbitrary expiration date. For a birth certificate they care who issued it and when, not about any arbitrary expiration date. The expiration date of a birth certificate is arbitrary and meaningless BECAUSE the information will never change. The police report is dated, so if the record was clean as of TODAY, and TODAY is within the acceptable time frame, an "expiration date" is both arbitrary and meaningless. They might as well be stamping an expiration date on a rock. Consular officers and USCIS adjudicators know this so they ignore such "expiration dates".

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APPARENTLY THEY DONT BECAUSE MY BOYFRIENDS FATHER WAS APPROVED TENTATIVE AND UNEXPIRED BIRTH CERTIFICATE IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC.....SO TO BE ON THE SAFE SIDE IN THE DOMINICAN REPUBLIC MAKE SURE IT IS NOT EXPIRED

***EXCUSE ME, I MEANT IS WAS APPROVED TENTATIVE AN UNEXPIRED BIRTH CERTIFICATE


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