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We had our fiance interview last nov. 14, 2016and were put on 221g for the crba of my son. We got him a visa and the consul said we had to get him a crba because he has claim for citizenship. Fast forward, dec 28, 2016 for a crba appointment jan.2, 2016 and thank God we  were approved without dna tests required. So my questions are


1. When can i start tracking the crba of our son? 

2. Do I send them a photocopy of crba only? 

3. They returned my passport when I had the interview so should I send it back together with the crba?



please please i hope someone can answer me. Thank you so much!

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