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F2A - Baby born after case complete in NVC and right before interview schedule

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Hello VJ'rs,

May be this question has been asked before, sorry if you feel this is a repetitive question. I didn't find any clear guidance on this forum.

F2A case for wife, priority date - Dec 15' 2013

Her case was completed in NVC at July 30 2015

My wife gave birth to a baby Aug 2' 2015.

Need advice, if any one of you has similar experience. I am waiting on baby's birth certificate to add on the case. Two options ahead:

1. Should I wait until interview letter and contact local embassy? or

2. I should email NVC with birth certificate to add on the case?

Which one is better? any thoughts?


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