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It only takes a day. But takes at least 2 weeks to get the crba and passport iby 2Go carrier.. If u are planning to file for a crba might as well file for us passport. :) hope this helps!


USCIS10/17/2012 - I-130 package sent10/23/2012 - NOA1 text notification (NBC)10/25/2012 - NOA1 mail notification (NBC)02/01/2013 - RFE (beneficiary BC unreadable)02/02/2013 - RFE complied02/06/2013 - NOA2!!!NVC03/11/2013 - NVC Received Packet from USCIS03/12/2013 - Case Number Assigned03/12/2013- Choice of Agent and Address sent via email03/18/2013 - NVC confirms assigned choice of agent and address04/01/2013 - AOS bill generated04/04/2013 - IV bill generated04/12/2013 - Paid AOS and IV04/16/2013 - Shows PAID both AOS and IV04/18/2013 - Receive instruction package gor AOS and IV05/26/2013- Sent AOS and IV Package06/26/2013 - AOS Checklist<p>06/28/2013 - AOS Re-sent07/02/2013 - NVC got the checklisted AOS07/24/2013 - Case CompleteUS EMBASSY MANILA07/29/2013 - St. Lukes Medical exam (PASSED!!!!)09/04/2013 - INTERVIEW!!!! APPROVED!!!(US EMBASSY MANILA)09/09/2013 - CFO Sticker<p>xx/xx/xxxx - Immigrant Visa fee (165usd)xx/xx/xxxx - POE ( SFO)

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It only takes a day. But takes at least 2 weeks to get the crba and passport iby 2Go carrier.. If u are planning to file for a crba might as well file for us passport. :) hope this helps!

Thank you! but my problem is getting an NSO birth certificate. i gave birth 10 days ago and it usually takes 6 months before NSO can produce an authenticated live birth. we are running out of time because we expect to leave the country (Philippines) by December 5. :(


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Ohhh.congratulations on the new baby! You might want to go to ur local NSO Office and ask about that matter. I really have no idea.


USCIS10/17/2012 - I-130 package sent10/23/2012 - NOA1 text notification (NBC)10/25/2012 - NOA1 mail notification (NBC)02/01/2013 - RFE (beneficiary BC unreadable)02/02/2013 - RFE complied02/06/2013 - NOA2!!!NVC03/11/2013 - NVC Received Packet from USCIS03/12/2013 - Case Number Assigned03/12/2013- Choice of Agent and Address sent via email03/18/2013 - NVC confirms assigned choice of agent and address04/01/2013 - AOS bill generated04/04/2013 - IV bill generated04/12/2013 - Paid AOS and IV04/16/2013 - Shows PAID both AOS and IV04/18/2013 - Receive instruction package gor AOS and IV05/26/2013- Sent AOS and IV Package06/26/2013 - AOS Checklist<p>06/28/2013 - AOS Re-sent07/02/2013 - NVC got the checklisted AOS07/24/2013 - Case CompleteUS EMBASSY MANILA07/29/2013 - St. Lukes Medical exam (PASSED!!!!)09/04/2013 - INTERVIEW!!!! APPROVED!!!(US EMBASSY MANILA)09/09/2013 - CFO Sticker<p>xx/xx/xxxx - Immigrant Visa fee (165usd)xx/xx/xxxx - POE ( SFO)

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I do believe you can expedite the live birth cert. Contact your local Civil Reg.


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

http://crbausembassy....wordpress.com/

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You should file for Advance Endorsement of the birth certificate.

Processing times may vary. My marriage certificate took 2 months only (instead of the 6 month normal processing period).

Also you have to go thru an appointment scheduling at the Embassy for CRBA. Another member here was complaining because the next available appointment is on February 2013. Not sure if that is true.

Refer to this: http://manila.usembassy.gov/service/citizenship/first-time-report-of-birth-abroad7.html

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You should file for Advance Endorsement of the birth certificate.

Processing times may vary. My marriage certificate took 2 months only (instead of the 6 month normal processing period).

Also you have to go thru an appointment scheduling at the Embassy for CRBA. Another member here was complaining because the next available appointment is on February 2013. Not sure if that is true.

Refer to this: http://manila.usembassy.gov/service/citizenship/first-time-report-of-birth-abroad7.html

thank you! Yes, I already did all those things. :) I went to Local Civil Registry today and they said they will do their best to forward my baby's birth certificate to National Statistics Office ASAP. Also, I made an appointment this afternoon for CRBA and our schedule is on November 14, 2012.

Thank you for your help. I appreciate it.;)


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