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Certified Unabridged Birth Certificate - K1?

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I am the mom of an American petitioner advising the mom of a SA beneficiary!! (We are both International helicopter parents I guess 😊). I’ve been guiding my daughter and her fiancé on this journey for months. Finally we are approaching the Interview May 30.

 

After months and months of pursuing the UBC from Home Affairs, it was finally available yesterday and printed there. Yesterday we celebrated, since that was the last hurdle before the interview.

 

My in-law to be (beneficiary’s mom) is now saying she needs to get the UBC certified. Does anybody know what she means? I haven’t seen it stated that the UBC needs to be certified- and I’m afraid something might happen to the UBC with this next step...

 

Advice welcomed!!

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