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Hello Guys,

I have a question. Last year I have petitioned and filled out i-130 for my dad. He lives in Afghanistan, but after 7 months, I have received I-797E (notice of Action). In that form, USCIS asked me to provide my Taskera (ID) and with pictures and other documents that prove my relationship with my father.

My question is that I have a copy of my ID, but not the original, hence, would the USCIS accept a copy along with translation? Does anybody have any similar experience, please help. I was going to send a copy of the copy along with translation, but just wanted to consult with some of the folks that might have similar case. Appreciate you guys help.

Thanks,

Mal

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Hello Guys,

I have a question. Last year I have petitioned and filled out i-130 for my dad. He lives in Afghanistan, but after 7 months, I have received I-797E (notice of Action). In that form, USCIS asked me to provide my Taskera (ID) and with pictures and other documents that prove my relationship with my father.

My question is that I have a copy of my ID, but not the original, hence, would the USCIS accept a copy along with translation? Does anybody have any similar experience, please help. I was going to send a copy of the copy along with translation, but just wanted to consult with some of the folks that might have similar case. Appreciate you guys help.

Thanks,

Mal

You send photocopies with a certified translation. NEVER EVER send an original to USCIS when filing an I-130 or responding to an RFE from USCIS afterwards.

Originals should be saved to send in to the NVC.

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You send photocopies with a certified translation. NEVER EVER send an original to USCIS when filing an I-130 or responding to an RFE from USCIS afterwards.

Originals should be saved to send in to the NVC.

Thanks for the reply.

Last time, I made a mistake by sending the original copy when I applied for i-129 for my wife and I’ve never received it back visa center. Fortunately I have the copy of it, hence, per your advice I will send them the copy, but need translate it and certify it.

Also, I will send pictures that we took together before and recently and hope that will resolve the case. I am curious to see if anybody else had similar issue and curious whether they were successful or not.

Thanks.

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Thanks for the reply.

Last time, I made a mistake by sending the original copy when I applied for i-129 for my wife and I’ve never received it back visa center. Fortunately I have the copy of it, hence, per your advice I will send them the copy, but need translate it and certify it.

Also, I will send pictures that we took together before and recently and hope that will resolve the case. I am curious to see if anybody else had similar issue and curious whether they were successful or not.

Thanks.

Hi, I'm new to this forum. But wanted to find some answers to my immigration question, I have a similar situation where I received an I-797E from the USCIS yesterday requesting more evidence (proof of my relationship with my mother; I filed I-130). This is because my birth certificate has a delays registration number by a few years and they want some other proof. I'm wondering if you have provided them with the requested ID and photograhs/pictures and if so, did they accept these two documents? The list of documents they suggest I provide don't seems persuasive to me e.g. a photograph with my mom, passport, old correspondence with my mom, or deed. I don't see that any of these documents will provide proof of my relationship with her. I'm thinking of submitting my insurance policy which shows my mom as my beneficiary otherwise I have nothing else to provide. Can you please let me know how your experience turned out with the photographs you sent if this was enough or they wanted more documents, if so, what else did you provide. I would hate to go through DNA process as she is located in a country that takes forever to get things accomplished. I appreciate your response. Thanks.

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