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Hey guys,

I'm just preparing for my interview on June 4th and I have a question

Do they require my fiance's (the USA citizen) birth certificate as well as my own? If yes, is a copy sufficient or do they need the original?

I will be bringing my original and I have a copy of his but if they ask for the original I'll need to get it from him

If anyone can help me, that would be great!

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They very rarely ask for the USCs birth certificate from K1s. They used to a couple years ago but it doesn't seem like standard procedure anymore. I'm on my phone so I can't see your consulate but I'm assuming it's Montreal. The photocopy alone is fine. Make sure to photocopy yours as well.

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