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filled for brother, USCIS approved, new baby

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Filled for brother, and USCIS has approved the petition long time ago.

Now, they have a new baby in the house.

- I just got his Birth Certificate (his name and his parents name)

Who should I need to inform USCIS or NVC?

What should I sent, I have the following in my hand...

- Cover letter

- USCIS approval letter

- Baby's Birth Certificate

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name of the person submitting the inquiry - that is you

nvc case number or uscis receipt number

petitioner's name - that is you

principal applicant name and birth certificate - that's your brother

you can email nvc with all of that and attach the baby birth certificate. that's what I did and a short message saying I was informing them of my daughters birth

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if his priority date is current, then you should be doing stuff at NVC, not USCIS.

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The priority date is still 10 months out....

Q - I should be doing it with USCIS? Correct???

You can add the baby once NVC starts contacting you for further processing. For now just wait.

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NVC has made the petition current, got an initial email for the case

I can see the 120 fees invoice and other fees 325 per person.

I believe that now it is time to send the document for the new kids as mentioned above by "jamaicankim"

The email address that I am using is - NVCINQUIRY@state.gov

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