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I am waiting for interview in Lagos and have this question.

I laminated our marriage certificate before I realized I shouldn't. I went back to the marriage registry and received another certified true copy which we used at nvc stage and was accepted. Do I have to worry about the original laminated copy since I already received a new certified copy of the certificate

Please help with your ideas

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Nigeria
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I'm pretty new at this but I'm going to say that if your fiance has an unlaminated certified copy of it with him at the interview to show them, that it should be ok. But hopefully others will post, too.

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According to my husband laminated documents such as birth certificates and marriage certificates are quite common. In fact our children's birth certificates were done shortly after they were issued. I sent the laminated copies to NVC and they were accepted. Hope this helps.

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you can bring the original or certified copy with you to the interview since you sent it to NVC your husband/wife sorry will get the originals and certified copies I think returned after the interview. But you will be ok with the certified copy.... Congrats on the interview... your journey is almost over and your life is about to begin...


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Tnx all for your inputs, I have been worried about it but since the original of the certified copy was accepted by nvc, I think I will be OK. I will also come with the laminated copy of the original just incase they want to see it at interview we all know how crazy Lagos embassy can be sometimes

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