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I have my birth certificate which was issued last 2008. Is this ok?

I can read my name on it but some parts of my BC are unclear. Is this a problem during interview?

When my cenomar was issued last december, I asked the lady at NSO office if I can get a clear copy of my BC. She said,the copy I have with me will still be the same if i get a new one. Hmmm.. Do i need to get a local birth certificate in my municipal town to be attached in my NSO BC?

Anyone with the same issue like this? Any advise or information that you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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I have my birth certificate which was issued last 2008. Is this ok?

I can read my name on it but some parts of my BC are unclear. Is this a problem during interview?

When my cenomar was issued last december, I asked the lady at NSO office if I can get a clear copy of my BC. She said,the copy I have with me will still be the same if i get a new one. Hmmm.. Do i need to get a local birth certificate in my municipal town to be attached in my NSO BC?

Anyone with the same issue like this? Any advise or information that you can provide is greatly appreciated. Thank you!

I don't know if the embassy will have issue with some parts of the BC being blurry, I know it is common. If it isn't too much effort you may want to see if you can get a clearer copy from the lock municipality.


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  • Inday's birth certificate was badly blurred. Did take step of going to NSO and requesting clearest copies. These were blurred just as much. Went to embassy interview with blurred BC all documents required. At interview, when required documents were screened, person there did ask Inday about blurred BC. She explained about going to NSO and asking for clearest copy and pointed out notation on documentation that these were best NSO copies available. No other question was asked about this and the result was a successful interview.

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  • Inday's birth certificate was badly blurred. Did take step of going to NSO and requesting clearest copies. These were blurred just as much. Went to embassy interview with blurred BC all documents required. At interview, when required documents were screened, person there did ask Inday about blurred BC. She explained about going to NSO and asking for clearest copy and pointed out notation on documentation that these were best NSO copies available. No other question was asked about this and the result was a successful interview.
--RK</p>

yeah I went to nso office and told me it will still be blurry if i get a new one. They can't provide me clearer ones. They said I need to get a certified true copy in our local municipal town and bring it to them so they can authenticate it. since I've been hearing from you guys and have read some thread about this, i'm not going to stress myself thinking about that..for as long as its coming from NSO! :)

Thanks RK and Inday!

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