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My fiance when she was born in India (mumbai) there were no birth certificates issued. She is now going for interview and one of the requirements is Original birth certificate. She has her passport, Aadhar Card, PAN Card and other supporting documents. I also got an Affidavit of Birth that I got it notorized in stamp paper that her mother giving her statement for her date of birth. Will any of these documents be accepted? As, she has Interview that will be scheduled very soon.

 

Appreciate anyone from India or any attorney can answer this please.

 

Thank you in advance

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5 minutes ago, Emily2015 said:

Hi

 

My fiance when she was born in India (mumbai) there were no birth certificates issued. She is now going for interview and one of the requirements is Original birth certificate. She has her passport, Aadhar Card, PAN Card and other supporting documents. I also got an Affidavit of Birth that I got it notorized in stamp paper that her mother giving her statement for her date of birth. Will any of these documents be accepted? As, she has Interview that will be scheduled very soon.

 

Appreciate anyone from India or any attorney can answer this please.

 

Thank you in advance

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Visa-Reciprocity-and-Civil-Documents-by-Country/India.html

 

 

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Thanks Khalid. It is so funny. That her School Leaving Certificate she does not have. Her 10th  Board exam certificate the date is wrong. I don't know in India they don't do anything properly even names and typos of date of birth and so many #######. Even passport an extra A. This woman has a lot of problems in all her certificates. :) I am kind of getting blown away.

 

I have an affidavit filled by her mother and notorized  in stamp paper that states her date of birth that her mother  is providing that she is my daughter and born on this date. So, I hope this is sufficient to the Embassy.

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2 minutes ago, Emily2015 said:

Thanks Khalid. It is so funny. That her School Leaving Certificate she does not have. Her 10th  Board exam certificate the date is wrong. I don't know in India they don't do anything properly even names and typos of date of birth and so many #######. Even passport an extra A. This woman has a lot of problems in all her certificates. :) I am kind of getting blown away.

 

I have an affidavit filled by her mother and notorized  in stamp paper that states her date of birth that her mother  is providing that she is my daughter and born on this date. So, I hope this is sufficient to the Embassy.

as long as you follow through the link I sent you, you should be fine.

 

if in doubt email the embassy or call NVC.

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Speaking from my own experience, my birth was not registered by parents and then when it came to applying for K1 visa last year, I went to the local municipal corporation to get a Non avialibity of birth certificate and got two affidavits by mom and aunt attesting to the fact that I was born at place on that day. It was suffice for my application and visa was granted early this year. 

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