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:help: I have a birth certificate which has my name date of birth and where i was born on it.Why do i need a long form birth certificate....what is the difference and also do you think the one i have will be fine? :help:

The long form is needed for parents name, birth places, and maybe other things? This is the case for London, from what your saying, I assume it's the same for Australia too.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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Well Im just going to stick with the one I have otherwise I will have to order another one from new zealand and besides im an adult...I shouldnt have to have my parents names on it...my dad died a few years ago anyway....I have had this birth certificate since 1982......surely they won't refuse me a visa just because i dont have the long form? :unsure:

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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I'm assuming you have/will have to fill in the form DS-230 and a couple of other forms that ask for your parents names and birth dates, therefore I would imagine the consulate wants to check you have given them truthful information.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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Yes i have already filled out the DS-230 form and sent it back to the consulate.Im just going to take the risk with my birth certificate....and not worry about a long form......if they refuse me a visa cause of that i will be surprised especially after flying all the way down to sydney

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Its your risk. Good luck with the interview.


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Its your risk. Good luck with the interview.

Do you think its a risk for me.....I do have a birth certificate....it just doesnt have my parents names on it

It could be an issue yes. The Conof could withhold giving you the visa until you can submit the appropriate birth certificate or a document to say why it cant be obtained.


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No one ever wants to follow instructions, why is this so hard for people? If they want the long form birth certificate they must have good reason. :wacko:

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Peter Miami


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No one ever wants to follow instructions, why is this so hard for people? If they want the long form birth certificate they must have good reason. :wacko:

Good luck,

Peter Miami

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Kwack do u have a interview date yet????


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They have reasons for asking for the long form. I know it will take a bit longer but I would get the long form. If not, it may cost you in the long run, both money AND time.


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Like the others said it's your risk. But personally I wouldn't like to get turned back for something like that.

But I have to admit Andy (my fiance) had a hard time getting the long form and it got sent right back to him within a month. But they need it for a good reason so I'd reconsider that risk. It may not be JUST the parents names perhaps certain codes/stamps. I'm in the middle of obtaining the long form of my own for when the interview comes around. Apparently it takes longer in the UK to obtain it according to the helpline ugh.

Consider what everybody is saying and Good Luck to you :D


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I dont know if i need this......................................................................!!!!

I need to check it out.

now im confused


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If they ask for it then give it to them!


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