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Can co-conspor naturalize U.S passport be use as proof of citizenship?

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Hi everyone!  Can someone who knows this for a fact answer me truthful please. I've been reading but still unsure. I already call NVC they never pick up, been on hold for the last 50mint😭. Ok so my question is can a co-sponsor  use their naturalize U.S passport as proof of citizenship for NVC stage doing the I-864(AOS) if their actual certificate of citizenship is misplace at home..Please let me know God bless.

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yes, passport will work. 


K1 Timeline 5.5 MONTHS & AOS Timeline 9.5 MONTHS

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1-129F Filed: 05-29-2015

NOA 1: 06-05-2015

NOA 2: 07-23-2018

NVC Received: 08-20-2015

NVC Left: 05-25-2015

Consulate Received: 05-28-2015

Packet 3 Received: 09-04-2015

Packet 3 Sent: 09-05-2015

Medical Interview: 09-09-2015

Packet 4 Received: 09-25-2015

Interview Date: 10-16-2015

Visa Received: 10-16-2015

US Entry: 11-14-2015

 

AOS Filed: 01-13-2016
AOS Package delivered: 01-19-2016 (Day 1)
NOA1 TEXT/EMAIL: 01-25-2016 (Day 7)
NOA1 Hard Copy: 01-29-2016 (Day 11)
Biometrics Letter: 02-08-2016 (Day 21)
Biometrics appointment: 02-16-2016 (Day 29)

EAD Approved: 03-30-2016 (Day 71)

AP Approved: 03-31-2016 (Day 72)

EAD 'Card mailed' update: 04-04-2016 (Day 76)

EAD/AP Combo card received: 04/06/2016 (Day 78)

AOS Interview Notice: 09-09-2016

AOS Interview: 10-12-2016

AOS Approval: 10-12-2016

AOS Card Mailed: 10-17-2016

 
 

ROC Timeline

ROC Filed: 08-25-2018

ROC Package delivered: 08-28-2018 (Day 1)

Check cashed: 09-27-2018 (Day 30)

NOA1 Text and E-mail: 09-28-2018 (Day 31)

GC Expired: 10-12-2018 (Day  45)

USCIS Agent Filed a Request for Missing Document: 10-22-2018 (Day 55)

E-mail notification that my NOA was mailed on 10-22: 10-24-2018 (Day 57)

NOA1 Hard Copy: 2018-10-25 (Day 58)

 

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