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Honduras, Birth Certificate requirements

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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My fiancee completed her medical exam today and the secretary at the office commented that her official birth certificate is insufficient because it does not list her grandparents. Her birth cert was obtained through proper channels in Tegucigalpa several months ago.

Is having grandparents listed on your birth certificate a requirement for the Embassy interview or just some crazy talk?

Thanks!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Honduras
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First off, be sure that you are using a certified copy from the "libro de nacimiento" (or something like that) aka the book of births. Honduras has three different birth certificate options and the book of birth is a semi new requirement (mid-2014). With that being said, my wife's grand parents are not listed on any of the certificates. I believe the parents and witnesses are all that is required, in addition to your fiancée's info of course. Best of luck!!

Jay

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