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Filed: EB-4 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi! Im new here... I would like to ask about the requirments for petitioning your parents. I have a problem with my mothers birthday. We all know that she was born on august 1952 but then when she go to NSO philippines it was April 1953. So she use the NSO for getting her passport. The problem is her birthday on my birth ceritificate, do you think it will be a big problem if the birthdate is different?

Thanks in advance.


MoM

July 29 --- sent i130

July 31 --- USCIS received

August 1 Priority date
Aug 11 Received NOA1

Sept 29 - NOA2

Oct 11 DS 261 Done

Oct 11 Paid AOS fee

Oct 16 PAID status for AOS Nov 1 IV Fee invoice and Pay

Nov 3 AOS and IV Package Sent

Nov 6 Scan Date

DEC 31 CASE COMPLETE

Feb 5 - Interview @ 615 am (cancelled due to sputum test)

Jan 20-21 medical

Feb 3-5 Sputum Test

April 17 interview @ US Embassy - PASSED

June 30 TOUCHDOWN NY WITH ME AND MY KIDS....

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Filed: IR-5 Country: Philippines
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Hi! Im new here... I would like to ask about the requirments for petitioning your parents. I have a problem with my mothers birthday. We all know that she was born on august 1952 but then when she go to NSO philippines it was April 1953. So she use the NSO for getting her passport. The problem is her birthday on my birth ceritificate, do you think it will be a big problem if the birthdate is different?

Thanks in advance.

My situation is worse than yours. The name on my mother's birth certificate doesn't match the name on my birth certificate. I asked her to write an Affidavit of One and the Same person explaining the discrepancies with supporting evidences. The NVC has accepted it and I didn't get a RFE. Of course, the US Embassy in Manila is the one who approves the petition so I don't know yet whether they'll ask me to have the name corrected on my birth certifcate. Her interview will be in December so I'll only find out by then. I suggest that you include a letter in your petition explaining the discrepancy as well and provide supporting evidence showing she's been using the birthdate of August 1952 until she found out that her birthdate is actually April 1953 during the application of passport.


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2008-08-16 Sent N-400

2008-08-18 Application Received

2008-08-19 Check Cashed

2008-09-18 Biometrics

2008-12-09 Interview

2009-01-XX Oath (Yay! I'm a citizen)

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07/19 - NOA2 approval

08/20 - Case received at NVC

08/23 - emailed DS-3022

08/25 - mailed AOS

08/27 - received AOS

08/31 - AOS Accepted

09/04 - Received confirmation of DS-3022

09/05 - Received IV invoice

09/05 - Pay IV bill

09/06 - IV showed as paid

09/06 - Send DS-230 packet

09/10 - Received DS-230 packet by NVC

09/17 - DS-230 Accepted/Case Complete

09/28 - Transfer to Manila Embassy

10/02 - Medical Exam at St. Luke's

10/08- 10/10 - Sputum Test

10/09 - Received by Manila Embassy

10/12 - Result of Sputum Test (Need to repeat)

10/16-10/18 - Repeat Sputum Test (Negative)

12/13 - Sputum Final Result (Negative)

12/21 - Interview at Embassy (Approved)

12/28 - Visa Picked Up from 2GO

12/28 - CFO

12/30 - POE (LAX)

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thats what exactly what happen to my case. I called NVC and the lady said its OK they will follow whats on her passport so I guess its OK. I sent my moms's civil documents and DS 230 oct 15 and now im waiting for her interview and medical schedule in MANILA. Hope all is well for all us!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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thats what exactly what happen to my case. I called NVC and the lady said its OK they will follow whats on her passport so I guess its OK. I sent my moms's civil documents and DS 230 oct 15 and now im waiting for her interview and medical schedule in MANILA. Hope all is well for all us!

Hi there! I am going to petition my Mom but have a problem with her BC. Her Middle name when she was single shows "Villa" but she's been using "Billa". (ex maiden name: Mary Villa Diaz but she has been using "Mary Billa Diaz"). Can she also get an Affidavit of one and same person? Do have a sample of this Affidavit that you can share

Also, did your Mom apply for a passport already? I am curious if my Mom needs that affidavit when applying for passport.

Thank you in advance!


July 7,2006 = received i-129f at NSC

July 12, 2006 = NOA1

Sept 15, 2006 = touched

Sept 17, 2006 = touched

Sept 18, 2006 = Finally! we got email notification of NOA2!!! :)

Sept 23, 2006 = NOA2 in mail

Oct 11, 2006= electonic mail of my case number! thanks God!

Feb 15, 2007 = interview (approved! thanks God)

March 8, 2007 = Arrived in Portland, Oregon

May 2007 AOS application

Aug 2007 Interview date but cancelled :(

praying for approval soon

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