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Passport vs Birth Certificate

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Mexico
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We just got our NOA2. My fiance went to get her passport for first time. In Mexico, they take your Original Birth Certificate when you get your Mexican Passport. My question is, at the Consulates office, does she need another birth certificate or will the passport do. She lives nowhere her city of birth and the town she is from doesnt do the online payment to get new one. thanks


K1 VISA TIMELINE:
10/09/2014 - Mailed in I-129F Package
10/13/2014 - Confirmed Delivery per USPS website
10/16/2014 - Recieved NOA1 by mail (Recieved notice).
11/05/2014 - Recieved NOA2 by mail (Approved).
11/11/2014 - NVC Recieved
11/25/2014 - Consulate Recieved (ready to be processed)
12/06/2014 - Completed DS-160 online
01/14/2015 - Medical exam
01/15/2015 - Biometrics/Photos completed (cd Juarez)
01/16/2015 - Interview at Embassy (APPROVED)
01/26/2015 - Recieved Visa at Local DHL.
02/16/2015 - Entered U.S.A
04/11/2015 - Married...
My AOS timeline:
05/01/2015 - Mailed in AOS Package
05/04/2015 - Confirmed Delivery per USPS website
05/13/2015 - Email/Text of receipt Package received
05/16/2015 - Recieved Paper NOA by mail.
05/22/2015 - Recieved Paper NOA2 (Biometrics appointment)
06/02/2015 - Biometrics completed
07/10/2015 - RFE (Email Notification)
07/14/2015 - RFE paper on hand (Need Translated BC)
07/20/2015 - Sent RFE by mail
07/23/2015 - Recieved my Response of RFE
08/13/2015 - AP approved (Email)
08/13/2015 - EAD approved (Email)
08/13/2015 - EAD/AP Combo Card recieved by mail
02/01/2016 - AOS Interview NOA (email)
02/03/2016 - AOS Interview NOA Paper
03/04/2016 - AOS Interview
03/04/2016 - AOS Approved (Approval Email recieved same day)

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She needs both passport and original birth certificate for the interview.

Source: http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Mexico&cty=Juarez

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