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I just received the notification of the Green Card interview date for my dad. In the list of things you must bring with you it says: "If you have children, bring a birth certificate for each of your children". I am the petitioner and included my birth certificate with the original submission and will bring another copy to the interview. But I have two brothers who live elsewhere in the world and have had nothing to do with this process. If they have their birth certificates, they are foreign and they will need to get translations done and then get them sent to me quickly. Is this really necessary? Seems like it probably refers more to marriage green cards where children are relevant. But two sons in their 50s who have nothing to do with the US? Anyone who has sponsored parents know anything about this? Any advice appreciated.

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