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Hello people,
I hope you guys can help me out.
I petitioned my mother and she is having her interview at the Santo Domingo consulate next week. And I'm confuse her. I have some questions.
1. Do I need to bring the a new aos again? It been around 5 or 6 months since they got the first one. And we have a new taxes this from 2018.
2. Do I need to bring new birthday certificate? New marriage certificate?
3. A new police report? "Papel de Buena conducta"
Can anybody list me what do I really need to bring? please it will be greatly appreciated it.

Thank you!
*Visa category: IR-5

Visa Event Date
Service Center: Texas Service Center
Consulate: Dominican Republic
Marriage: 2013-08-13 (L)
I-130 Sent: 2013-11-01
I-130 NOA1: 2013-11-05
I-130 RFE: NO
I-130 Approved: 2014-06-09
National Visa Center
NVC Received: 06/23/14
Received DS-261 / AOS Bill: 07/24/14
Submit DS-261: 07/24/14
Pay AOS Bill: 07/28/14
Send AOS Package: 07/29/14
Received AOS Package: 07/31/14
Receive IV Bill: 09/10/14
Pay IV Bill: 09/10/14
Submit DS-260: 09/12/14
Send IV Package: 08/21/14
Case Completed at NVC: 10/10/14
Receive Instruction and Interview appointment letter: 10/16/14
Interview: 11/05/14
Pourt Of Entry: 12/07/14
Social Security Card Received: 12/16/14

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Hi!  My husband and I just had our interview at the US Embassy in the Dominican Republic on 4/16/2019.  They asked for an original long form birth certificate, they had sent me a notice prior to bring my 2018 w2 with an updated affidavit of support as well as a work letter, they asked for our original marriage certificate, and we also obtained and were asked for a new police report.  We had originally sent in all of this paperwork and it was in our file when we got there, we were still asked for it again.  Better safe than sorry.  They did hand back the extra paperwork to us before we had our interview.  I hope this helps and I wish you the best of luck!

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