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hi everyone!

its been a long time. my wife is now a USC and she wants to bring her parents to the US now. but we have a problem, her mother lost her lost birth certificate, she is having trouble getting another copy of it. anyone here know how we can get another copy of it? i have no idea where to even start looking of calling. my wife is just asking me to help her. thanks for any help that you guys can provide.


N400 sent : 2011-11-18

N400 received & check cashed : 2011-11-28

N400 interview letter revcd: 2012-01-23

N400 interview: 2012-02-29

N400 oath: 2012-03-21

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hi everyone!

its been a long time. my wife is now a USC and she wants to bring her parents to the US now. but we have a problem, her mother lost her lost birth certificate, she is having trouble getting another copy of it. anyone here know how we can get another copy of it? i have no idea where to even start looking of calling. my wife is just asking me to help her. thanks for any help that you guys can provide.

HCMC consulate website has info specifically regarding missing BC's...


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In Vn, her mother can go to Sở Tư Pháp to get another one. If Sở Tư Pháp can't do it, visit Ủy ban nhân dân where her birth's registered.

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The journey of a thousand miles begins with one step.

Wife's journey.
Day 01 - 07/25/2012 - Mailed AOS package (I-130,I-131, I-485,I-765) via UPS Next Day Air.
Day 02 - 07/26/2012 - Package delivered by UPS.
Day 10 - 08/03/2012 - Got 4 emails confirm AOS package had been received. Checks cashed.
Day 13 - 08/06/2012 - Receipt Numbers are track-able on USCIS website.
Day 18 - 08/11/2012 - Biometrics Notice received (Dated: 8/8, Appointment: 8/29)
Day 20 - 08/13/2012 - Walk-in biometrics done.
Day 24 - 08/17/2012 - Received 4 NOA letters.
Day 27 - 08/20/2012 - 2nd Biometrics Notice received. Same day walk-in biometrics done.
Day 41 - 09/03/2012 - Email and txt notification of interview.
Day 43 - 09/05/2012 - Interview Notice in the mail. This is GREAT!
Day 63 - 09/25/2012 - EAD txt notification. I-765 online status updated.
Day 69 - 10/01/2012 - EAD Mailed.
Day 71 - 10/03/2012 - Interview. I-130 approved. I-485 will be approved after police clearance received. / EAD received. Wrong name. Wrong country of birth.
... waiting for Police Reports from Vietnam and current city's police dept.
11/01/2012 - RFE Police reports sent.
11/06/2012 - I-485 Approved. Card production email received.
11/09/2012 - Email notification. Card picked up by USPS.
11/15/2012 - GC received. Correct name. Still wrong country of birth.

Remove condition:

10/22/2014 - I-751 notice receipt received.

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I have removed several posts with personal attacks and baiting language. This is the only warning. Stick to the topic and stop the insults or administrative action will follow.


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hi everyone!

its been a long time. my wife is now a USC and she wants to bring her parents to the US now. but we have a problem, her mother lost her lost birth certificate, she is having trouble getting another copy of it. anyone here know how we can get another copy of it? i have no idea where to even start looking of calling. my wife is just asking me to help her. thanks for any help that you guys can provide.

That's fairly easy and the fee is very reasonable to do in Viet Nam. All she has to do is to go to the place (county/city/, etc.) where the birth was registered. She can get a "Ban sao" or an Extract of the original birth certificate. Tell her to get multiples just in case :)

It's a similar process in the U.S when my husband wants to get his certified birth certificate (he is a U.S-born)


10/2001: arrived as a F1 student (college) in NC
01/2003: met my now-husband at school
08/2004: moved to Louisiana to continue study

AOS: I-130 and I-485
06/2010: got married in NC

01/2011: interview and approved

ROC: I-751
01/14/2013: Package Sent

06/12/2013: got approved!!!

06/14/2013: card and letter arrived!!!

Exactly 5 months!!! No Interview. No RFE.

Strongest Evidence? My 8-year relationship and 3-year marriage to my husband.

If it does not show commitment, then I don't know what does...

Naturalization: N-400

06/16/2014: Package Sent

06/23/2014: Check Cashed

06/27/2014: Received NOA1 (Letter dated 06/20)

07/07/2014: Walk-in Bio (Appt date 07/18)

07/09/2014: In-Line for Interview

08/07/2014: Received Yellow Letter (dated 08/02)

09/06/2014: Received Interview Letter

10/09/2014: Interview Date

10/21/2014: Oath Ceremony

I am officially an American Citizen.

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Petition: I-130 for Mother and I-130 for Sister

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Petition: I-130 Mother for Daughter

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