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Laminated birth certificate

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I wouldn't think they would,but I'm sure someone here that has been thru the embassy would know. The reason not is it makes it hard to verify that it is original. Some have raised seals and heat sensitive paper and other security things that you couldn't verify thru a laminate. Plus it would make it difficult for them to run thru the page feeder on their scanner that they use to scan documents into the computer. Another thing is you can hide a lot of things under laminate, change names and dates then cover it up and seal it.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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33 minutes ago, SandDonna said:

Does the US embassy in Lagos accept a laminated birth certificate?

 

 

any document laminated, becomes an issue, you can't see and feel the seal.

 

if you alter a registered document from the current form it makes them invalid, you will want to replace it. 

 

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: India
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15 minutes ago, Khallaf said:

 

 

any document laminated, becomes an issue, you can't see and feel the seal.

 

if you alter a registered document from the current form it makes them invalid, you will want to replace it. 

 

Same thing for SSC. If it's laminated, it's considered to be altered


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