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Request for initial evidence

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Hi all, I petitioned for my husband who has been in the USA since he was 8 years old and he have been out of status and unable to work. I received a notice that asked for evidence. It stated "You must submit evidence to establish that the petitioner on form I-130 or decedent on form I-360 is a united state citizen" it says submit birth certificates. I'm confused bc I sent my birth certificate. Could they be talking about something else?

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Looks like they may have lost it in the mail room. It happens. They open so many packages of documents every day that things go missing. I assume you sent a photocopy and you have the original? Just make another copy. You could ask them to look for it but it would be quicker just to send another copy.


 

 

 

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Japan
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I've been ask to resend documents too. Sometimes it happens.

Did you get an ID number yet? In the top corner of every document you send, try writing something to link the document to your case. That way if something gets misplaced, its easier for them to fix it.

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