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Mothers name is different in my birth certificate.

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On 1/30/2019 at 1:56 PM, Marie721 said:

 Help! Mothers name is different in my bc instead Williwina its written as Willarina. Anybody from Philippines experience this? How you correct it?  And how long? 

What was on her birth certificate? 

On my birth certificate my Mom’s name has Ma. But there’s no Ma on her birth certifcate 

so she went to the City Hall where I was born and file a request to correct it and pay, there are requirements to do that the City Hall will give a list of requirements. She waited three months. And then after that she went back to the City Hall to get the correted certificate and bring it to PSA/NSO to authenticate. It will take a few months too I think.


I30 Petition for my Mother Timeline

 

SVC: Texas Service Center

Country: Philippines

 

03/01/2018- Sent Petition to USCIS via USPS

03/05/2018- USCIS received petition PRIORITY DATE

03/08/2018- NOA1

08/31/2018- USCIS Approved Petition

09/03/2018- NOA2

09/10/2018- Case sent to NVC

09/18/2018- NVC received case

10/12/2018- received email from NVC with the case # ( CEAC processing )

10/16/2018- Paid Fees AOS and Visa Fee

10/19/2018- Submitted Documents. Civil Documents/AOS and completed DS260

10/30/2018- received email from NVC. checked my CEAC acct rejected AOS, Police Clearance and Birth Certificate

Reason: some part is cut off and not clear. Resubmitted the same day.

11/08/2018- Received an email from NVC that all the required documents are approved. Its documentarily qualified and they will schedule the interview.

11/19/2018- Received an email that interview is scheduled for December 17

11/22/2018- First day medical

11/23/2018- Second day medical saw abnormality on the xray need to go back for sputum culture.

1/31/2019-Back to St.Lukes. Medical approved. Scheduled Interview 

2/08/2019-INTERVIEW PASSED

2/13/2019-Visa Issued Status

 

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