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Birth Certificate Acceptance !

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Filed: P-1 Visa Country: Myanmar
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When embassy asked for the Original Birth Certificate along with the packet 3, I sent them the one made by NADRA. The original one, they accepted it and scheduled my Appointment for the Interview. Now do I need to re-make the original birth certificate to take along with me to the interview or not ?

Moreover, the NADRA's (English Translated) computerized certificate is okay or should we take that manually made Birth Certificate one made locally by the court and later attested ?

Kindly help me in this regard.

(They have already scheduled my Interview date)


Adjustment of Status from K1 Visa.

02/08/2013: AOS Package Mailed (Day 0)
02/11/2013: AOS Package Received (Day 3)
02/15/2013: Received NOA texts/emails (Day 7)
02/18/2013: Received NOA by mail (Day 10)
02/20/2013: Received Biometric Appointment letter (Day 12)
03/15/2013: Completed Biometrics (Day 36)
03/21/2013: Status Updated to Testing and Interview (Day 42)
04/01/2013: Received an Email as notice for Interview scheduled for "8th May".
04/02/2013: Received the hard copy of notice for Interview scheduled for "8th May".

05/08/2013: Interview done, Approved "Alham'Dullilah".

05/08/2013: Email notification for card production and approval of Green Card.

05/13/2013: Received Welcome to USA letter in mail.

05/16/2013: Green Card Received.

04/11/2013: EAD's status changed to "Card Production" notified via an e-mail.
04/11/2013: AP's status changed to Post Decision Activity (Approved) notified via an e-mail.
04/16/2013: Second email notification regarding the production of EAD Card.
04/18/2013: EAD has been mailed to my address. Notified via an e-mail.
04/18/2013: Tracking number for the shipment including EAD received via an e-mail.
04/20/2013: Received EAD Combo Card.

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When embassy asked for the Original Birth Certificate along with the packet 3, I sent them the one made by NADRA. The original one, they accepted it and scheduled my Appointment for the Interview. Now do I need to re-make the original birth certificate to take along with me to the interview or not ?

Moreover, the NADRA's (English Translated) computerized certificate is okay or should we take that manually made Birth Certificate one made locally by the court and later attested ?

Kindly help me in this regard.

(They have already scheduled my Interview date)

There is No need now. They will give you your original back after interview. just keep its copy.

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