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Ok so we are preparing documents for our parents sponsorship .my. Brother is a US citizen and filing for parents immigrantion.. He got a delayed birth registration certificate so. I am 99. Percent sure we are gona get RFE for further evidence... It says secondary evidences. Such as hospital records, medical,census school or 2 affadavits from relatives etc it cant be from petitiner or beneficiary .

So what we have is delayed birth certificate

With that we will have family registration certificate from nadra that is a certificate from government database which proofs the relationship between husband ,wife and children in the same cerificate .i think that is census records i am not sure what is census records but they told me nadra that frc is used for this purpose at embbasies n immigration.

We have hospital record but my brother name is spelled wrong at that time and my mom name is spelled wrong too. Is that an issue? Everything is correct dads name and dob.

Now we can get 2 affadavits from my mothers aunt and uncle who was present at the time of my brothers birth .anyone have the sample of affadavits of that? How should we get it written?

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If I remember correctly affidavits need to include the person's full name, date of birth and address. Look up formats online for how to write it.


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We have hospital record but my brother name is spelled wrong at that time and my mom name is spelled wrong too. Is that an issue? Everything is correct dads name and dob.

Does it have the dad's NIC? Name mispells are common, if at least the dad's name dob and NIC are there then it should be ok especially if there is just a letter spelled wrong (in english or urdu?) You can mention on the affidavit that the hosptial misspelled the name, but that the birth certificate is the one issued to that person and is not fake. The embassy sees these kinds of small errors a lot because it happens on so many pakistani documents so don't worry, its not just you.


USCIS I-130 Petition for Spouse

September 2012: Filed from abroad to Chicago Lockbox

4 days later: NOA1, Routed to California Service Center

7 days later: Transferred because of new jurisdiction

5 days later: Case Status changed to: Under processing at USCIS office

NOA2 arrived 78 days after NOA1 :)

*I-130 Approval Notice hardcopy finally received in Pakistan, the only notice that arrived.

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