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My wife is applying for her mother to immigrate to the USA (I-130).  We received a notice stating:

"The both certificate submitted on behalf of [NAME] shows that the birth was registered in 2014, approximately 29 years after the actual event occurred.  According to the State Departments Reciprocity, Vietnam is permitted late registration with reason.  You provided the birth certificate, but it does not satisfy all the requirements.  You must submit the reason for late registration.

Submit the oldest available evidence that establishes that [NAME] is the mother of [NAME].  Submit as much evidence as possible.  This evidence may include, but is not limited to:

 

-Religious Documents

-Early School Records

-Medical Records

-Census Records

-Affidavits

-DNA testing (no centers in Vietnam)

 

Is anyone familiar with this problem in Vietnam and what did you do to correct the issue?  In advance, we greatly appreciate your help and insight!

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I have seen this issue before.  You will have have to obtain earlier documented proof of the relationship...or possibly some certified affidavits attesting to the relationship.


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21 minutes ago, chismca said:

My wife is applying for her mother to immigrate to the USA (I-130).  We received a notice stating:

"The both certificate submitted on behalf of [NAME] shows that the birth was registered in 2014, approximately 29 years after the actual event occurred.  According to the State Departments Reciprocity, Vietnam is permitted late registration with reason.  You provided the birth certificate, but it does not satisfy all the requirements.  You must submit the reason for late registration.

Submit the oldest available evidence that establishes that [NAME] is the mother of [NAME].  Submit as much evidence as possible.  This evidence may include, but is not limited to:

 

-Religious Documents

-Early School Records

-Medical Records

-Census Records

-Affidavits

-DNA testing (no centers in Vietnam)

 

Is anyone familiar with this problem in Vietnam and what did you do to correct the issue?  In advance, we greatly appreciate your help and insight!

The answer already there. Since you registered for birth cert after 29 years then they will have question about that. I know some people not even have their birth cert after 1975 and they end up do the DNA test. So, just submit anything you can have from the list.

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Agree with above. They have provided you a list of acceptable proof. Ask family members for advice and info. School records are often used. Go to the province officials and see what they might have. You'll need to find something - anything will help. Good luck!

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