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NSO Birth Certificate and Cenomar

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Greetings!

I am calling for all my "kababayans" here who know anything about the BC and Cenomar's validity to please reply to my post whenever you can.

How long are they both valid? Few years back, they were both valid for 1 year but now i am not sure if that is still the case. We just recently received our NOA1 and got my BC and Cenomar last week of April. Now im afraid that both of them may no longer be valid by the time i start working on my packet 3. Will they still be good say October 2011? I don't mind getting another set but if they're still ok by then, then it would be a lot better.

Thanks a lot in advance!


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  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
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  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

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I agree with the BC validity but with the CENOMAR, the more recent it is, the better.... I think once you get your NOA2, that's the time you ask for a CENOMAR as it only takes 3 business days anyway to have it delivered to the beneficiary address in the Phils anyway. If your CENOMAR is greater than 6 months, could pose a problem... also, the time to get the NOA2 takes about 5 months... so if you add that up to include the interview date, your CENOMAR will be approx 6-7 months old. And a lot of things can happen in 6-7 months. So I think the more recent it is, the better. I suggest to just hang on tight for now until you get the NOA2 and continue building the case such as proof of on-going relationship dated after NOA1. Keep all them letters, gift receipts, phone logs etc etc... Good luck!

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Thank you so much! I do appreciate it.


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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Thank you sooooo much!smile.gif

I agree with the BC validity but with the CENOMAR, the more recent it is, the better.... I think once you get your NOA2, that's the time you ask for a CENOMAR as it only takes 3 business days anyway to have it delivered to the beneficiary address in the Phils anyway. If your CENOMAR is greater than 6 months, could pose a problem... also, the time to get the NOA2 takes about 5 months... so if you add that up to include the interview date, your CENOMAR will be approx 6-7 months old. And a lot of things can happen in 6-7 months. So I think the more recent it is, the better. I suggest to just hang on tight for now until you get the NOA2 and continue building the case such as proof of on-going relationship dated after NOA1. Keep all them letters, gift receipts, phone logs etc etc... Good luck!


Luke 1:37 - "For with GOD nothing shall be impossible."

AOS Journey

  • 02.25.2012 - AOS, EAD, AP sent
  • 02.29.2012 - received text/email receipt notices
  • 03.22.2012 - transferred to CSC
  • 04.19.2012 - biometrics appointment
  • 05.02.2012 - EAD & AP approved
  • 10.19.2012 - AOS approved

K1 Journey

  • 05.2000 - met in class - Orlando, FL
  • 05.2011 - K1 filed
  • 11.2011 - K1 visa received
  • 01.2012 - POE/Wedding

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