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What type of Birth Certificates Are they looking for?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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hello Vjers,

My husband and i made sure we had all papers for everything and now we're stuck at NVC because they are not accepting his Birth Certificate that we got from the Archives back in Haiti. I don't understand the problem. I sent them the Act Denesance and the Baptem from the Church. I am so lost. I requested for a Supervisor to review our documents because our friends sent in the same paper work as us last month and got approved. so I guess my question is what other birth certificate might they be looking for? Because that's what we were given from Archives of Haiti . It's stamped and signed with official documents just like my marriage certificate so i don't understand i'm so tired of this already. If anyone has any answers or kind thoughts please help, helpsmilie.gif thank you


USCIS

04/19/2011 - NOA1

05/09/2011 - NOA2 text message and email received

05/17/2011 - Case received at NVC

05/20/2011 - Received NOA2 approval letter in USPS mail.

NVC

05/17/2011 - NVC Receive (No case number assigned yet)

05/18/2011 - NVC Case Number Assigned, received IIN number / Gave Emails

05/18/2011 - DS-3032 Sent to NVC (via email)

05/19/2011 - DS-3032 Accepted by NVC, AOS Fee Bill Generated

05/26/2011 - AOS Fee Paid Online - Status - In Progress

06/01/2011 - AOS Fee - PAID

05/19/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee Bill Generated

05/26/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee Paid Online - Status - In Progress

06/01/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee - Paid

06/02/2011 - DS-230 Packet Sent

06/02/2011 - AOS I-864 Sent

05/03/2011 - All the Paperwork Received at NVC

07/19/2011 - Sign in Failed (SIF)

07/19/2011 - NVC Case Complete!!!!

(16 weeks from NVC case closed to Interview date assigned 11/02/2011)

12/13/2011 - Interview date!!!!

11/21/2011 - Medical DONE

12/13/2011 - Interview done APPROVED!!!!

12/21/2011 - Entry to US JFK!!!!

California Service Center

Consulate : Haiti

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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When you say they are not accepting it, exactly what do you mean? What reason did they give you for not accepting it? Do they want an official translated version? They can't just refuse to accept it, there must be a reason.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Haiti
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When you say they are not accepting it, exactly what do you mean? What reason did they give you for not accepting it? Do they want an official translated version? They can't just refuse to accept it, there must be a reason.

this is the check list they sent me but the info they're asking i already sent in the reps told me that they are not accepting the birth certificate that i sent but no reason why so I requested for a supervisor to review the docs. Thank you for responding

______BIRTH CERTIFICATE:___________________________________________

Please submit this applicant's original or a certified copy of the original document listed above. Each

applicant will need to obtain an original birth certificate issued by the official custodian of birth records

in the country of birth, showing the date and place of birth and the parentage of the alien, based upon the

original registration of birth.

The certificate must contain the:

• Person's date of birth

• Person's place of birth

• Names of both parents, and

• Annotation by the appropriate authority indicating that it is an extract from the official records

If the certificate is a certified copy of the original, it must come from the issuing government authority

and it must contain annotation by the issuing government authority indicating that it is an extract from

the official records.

Documents must be from the appropriate issuing government authority. Failure to provide the

correct document will delay processing of your case and may result in re-scheduling of your

interview, or refusal of a visa.

In addition to sending the original documents or certified copies of the documents to the NVC, a

photocopy of the original documents must be submitted.

Unobtainable birth certificates

If the applicant's birth record is unobtainable, please obtain a certified statement from the appropriate

government authority stating the reason the applicant's birth record is not available. With the certified

statement the applicant must submit secondary evidence. For example:

• A baptismal certificate that contains the date and place of birth, as well as both parents names

(providing the baptism took place shortly after birth)

• An adoption decree for an adopted child

• An affidavit from a close relative, preferably the applicant's mother, stating the date and place of

birth, both parents names, and the mother's maiden name.

Suitability of documentation for immigration purposes

For many countries, the Department of State has provided country-specific criteria for ensuring that

applicants submit visa processing appropriate documents. Please follow the instructions below to

determine if the Department of State has issued any country-specific guidelines for the requested

document.

[NEM 06/23/2011] PTP************

Edited by PAPUNMANMU

USCIS

04/19/2011 - NOA1

05/09/2011 - NOA2 text message and email received

05/17/2011 - Case received at NVC

05/20/2011 - Received NOA2 approval letter in USPS mail.

NVC

05/17/2011 - NVC Receive (No case number assigned yet)

05/18/2011 - NVC Case Number Assigned, received IIN number / Gave Emails

05/18/2011 - DS-3032 Sent to NVC (via email)

05/19/2011 - DS-3032 Accepted by NVC, AOS Fee Bill Generated

05/26/2011 - AOS Fee Paid Online - Status - In Progress

06/01/2011 - AOS Fee - PAID

05/19/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee Bill Generated

05/26/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee Paid Online - Status - In Progress

06/01/2011 - DS-230 IV Fee - Paid

06/02/2011 - DS-230 Packet Sent

06/02/2011 - AOS I-864 Sent

05/03/2011 - All the Paperwork Received at NVC

07/19/2011 - Sign in Failed (SIF)

07/19/2011 - NVC Case Complete!!!!

(16 weeks from NVC case closed to Interview date assigned 11/02/2011)

12/13/2011 - Interview date!!!!

11/21/2011 - Medical DONE

12/13/2011 - Interview done APPROVED!!!!

12/21/2011 - Entry to US JFK!!!!

California Service Center

Consulate : Haiti

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