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birth certificate of USC needed in AOS interview???

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hi all! I know this may have been discussed already but i somehow cant find the right answers.:D anyway, I was just wondering if my husband who is the petitioner (born here in the US), needs to provide his birth certificate or his US passport will suffice? he does not have a copy of his birth certificate and we still need to request for it if needed that's why I am asking for anybody's input on this.. thanks!


02/11/2011 => Day 00 => Package ( I-130, G-325a, I-485, I-693, I-894, I-765, G-1145) sent to Chicago lockbox
02/14/2011 => Day 03 => Package received and signed for in Chicago
02/18/2011 => Day 07 => Email and Text receipt notification
02/19/2011 => Day 08 => Cheques cashed - $1070 and $420
02/24/2011 => Day 13 => NOAs for I-130,I-485,I-765 received in the mail with notice date 02/18/11
03/11/2011 => Day 28 => Bio appointment letter received in the mail scheduled for 03/29/11
03/14/2011 => Day 31 => Biometrics early walk in done (orig schedule 3/29/11)
03/24/2011 => Day 41 => AP received in the mail with issue date 03/17/11
04/18/2011 => Day 66 => EAD card received in the mail
06/13/2011 => Day 122 => email,text & mail dated 06/09/11 for interview set on 07/19/11
07/19/2011 => Day 158 => AOS interview - APPROVED!!! got email/ text card production ordered
07/22/2011 => Day 161 => email/ text card production ordered (again) / got Welcome & approval notices in the mail
07/29/2011 => Day 168 => greencard in the mail! woohoo!!!
ROC
04/22/2013 => sent packet to CSC
04/23/2013 => received at CSC/ NOA1 receipt date

05/08/2013 => check cashed - $590

05/10/2013 => NOA1 in the mail

05/15/2013 => bio appt letter in the mail for 06/10/2013

05/24/2013 => early bio walk in

07/30/2013 => text/email card production ordered (7/29)

08/01/2013 => text/email card mailed thru USPS / ROC approval in the mail

08/03/2012 => 10 yr card in the mail

N-400

04/20/2014 => eligibility

04/21/2014 => N-400 packet mailed

04/23/2014 => delivered

04/26/2014 => check cashed

04/28/2014 => NOA notification text/email

04/30/2014 => NOA in the mail dated 04/25/2014

05/05/2014 => bio appt letter in the mail for 05/22/2014

05/15/2014 => bio appt (walk-in)

06/19/2014 => in line for interview

08/05/2014 => received yellow letter in the mail dated 07/31/2014

09/18/2014 => interview letter rcvd in the mail dated 09/15/2014 for 10/20/2014

10/20/2014 => passed interview!

10/24/2014 => online status changed to oath scheduling queue

10/31/2014 => received mail for oath schedule on 11/14/2014

11/14/2014 => oath taking ceremony at Ontario Convention Center... Officially a USC!!!

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Berth certificate of the beneficiary is needed, not the USC. The USC only needs to bring the passport.

Read the guides for the items needed they are helpful. http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos


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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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Berth certificate of the beneficiary is needed, not the USC. The USC only needs to bring the passport.

Read the guides for the items needed they are helpful. http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1k3aos

thank you for your reply. I am just confused because in the interview notice, it says to bring beneficiary's birth certificate then after that says your petitioner's birth certificate and your petitioner's evidence of US citizenship or lawful permanent resident status.


02/11/2011 => Day 00 => Package ( I-130, G-325a, I-485, I-693, I-894, I-765, G-1145) sent to Chicago lockbox
02/14/2011 => Day 03 => Package received and signed for in Chicago
02/18/2011 => Day 07 => Email and Text receipt notification
02/19/2011 => Day 08 => Cheques cashed - $1070 and $420
02/24/2011 => Day 13 => NOAs for I-130,I-485,I-765 received in the mail with notice date 02/18/11
03/11/2011 => Day 28 => Bio appointment letter received in the mail scheduled for 03/29/11
03/14/2011 => Day 31 => Biometrics early walk in done (orig schedule 3/29/11)
03/24/2011 => Day 41 => AP received in the mail with issue date 03/17/11
04/18/2011 => Day 66 => EAD card received in the mail
06/13/2011 => Day 122 => email,text & mail dated 06/09/11 for interview set on 07/19/11
07/19/2011 => Day 158 => AOS interview - APPROVED!!! got email/ text card production ordered
07/22/2011 => Day 161 => email/ text card production ordered (again) / got Welcome & approval notices in the mail
07/29/2011 => Day 168 => greencard in the mail! woohoo!!!
ROC
04/22/2013 => sent packet to CSC
04/23/2013 => received at CSC/ NOA1 receipt date

05/08/2013 => check cashed - $590

05/10/2013 => NOA1 in the mail

05/15/2013 => bio appt letter in the mail for 06/10/2013

05/24/2013 => early bio walk in

07/30/2013 => text/email card production ordered (7/29)

08/01/2013 => text/email card mailed thru USPS / ROC approval in the mail

08/03/2012 => 10 yr card in the mail

N-400

04/20/2014 => eligibility

04/21/2014 => N-400 packet mailed

04/23/2014 => delivered

04/26/2014 => check cashed

04/28/2014 => NOA notification text/email

04/30/2014 => NOA in the mail dated 04/25/2014

05/05/2014 => bio appt letter in the mail for 05/22/2014

05/15/2014 => bio appt (walk-in)

06/19/2014 => in line for interview

08/05/2014 => received yellow letter in the mail dated 07/31/2014

09/18/2014 => interview letter rcvd in the mail dated 09/15/2014 for 10/20/2014

10/20/2014 => passed interview!

10/24/2014 => online status changed to oath scheduling queue

10/31/2014 => received mail for oath schedule on 11/14/2014

11/14/2014 => oath taking ceremony at Ontario Convention Center... Officially a USC!!!

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