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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Latvia
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Hi we have just completed the online DS 260 and now need to send our supporting documents. My husband is in Latvia and I am the US citizen. I have his original birth certificate and our original marriage license from Latvia but am scared to send those for fear they will be lost. Do I have to submit his originals and will I get them back? I sent copies in our I-130 filing so was hoping I could do the same but not sure.

Thank you in advance for any information!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Nigeria
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Hi we have just completed the online DS 260 and now need to send our supporting documents. My husband is in Latvia and I am the US citizen. I have his original birth certificate and our original marriage license from Latvia but am scared to send those for fear they will be lost. Do I have to submit his originals and will I get them back? I sent copies in our I-130 filing so was hoping I could do the same but not sure.

Thank you in advance for any information!

Make two copies one you keep and the other copy goes with the originals to NVC. You will get the originals back at interview.

Any documents sent to USCIS is there's you have to send originals or certified copies of originals to NVC.


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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Latvia
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Why don't you have your husband get an additional set of certified copies of those documents, since he is still in Latvia?


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10.23.2013 I-129F sent
10.29.2013 NOA1 / Routed to CSC
11.15.2013 NOA2 / Petition approved
12.27.2013 Package 3 received
03.10.2014 Medical
03.17.2014 Interview

03.21.2014 Visa in hand

06.18.2014 POE Atlanta

07.09.2014 Apply for SSN

07.26.2014 Married

AOS:

09.16.2014 AOS/EAD/AP sent

09.24.2014 NOA1 texts/emails (x3) - Check cashed

09.27.2014 NOA1 Hardcopies (x3)

10.04.2014 Biometric Appointment letter (10.15.2014)

10.07.2014 Biometric Walk-in Appointment

11.25.2014 EAD in Production (Email and Text)

12.03.2014 Card mailed

12.04.2014 Combo EAD/AP card received

01.03.2015 Notice of potential interview waiver received

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Latvia
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Good ideas thanks for the replies I will have my husband get certified copies for our files and send the originals so I do not have to wait for him to send more documents and delay our filing!

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