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Hi all,

I have a quick question regarding to the documents that needed to be prepared.

For the AOS interview, I have learned that birth certificate for both should be brought to the interview.

But my husband got his US citizen through naturalization so that means his birth certificate is not from US. 

In this case, what other documents should we bring?

 

And, is US passport sufficient to proof him as a US citizen? As we are having trouble find the original certificate of naturalization, and we only have the copied version in hand right now.

I have learned that it will take 5-6 months to file for a replacement.

 

Any one could share some suggestion or your own experience?

Thank you in advance.

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4 minutes ago, little immigrant said:

US passport is sufficient to proof citizenship. 

Thank you.

What about birth certificate?

Or for naturalized US citizen, can they get a new copy of  birth certificate somewhere here in US?

 

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Following... while my Fiance's birth certificate is in other language than English, does it also have to be signed by the translator officer?


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12 minutes ago, WaterLeaf said:

Following... while my Fiance's birth certificate is in other language than English, does it also have to be signed by the translator officer?

I think so. It has to be translated into English and signed by the translator.

I have read several posts, looks like the US passport should be good. Let’s see if there’s someone else who could answer our question.

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1 hour ago, CCCCCF said:

 

Or for naturalized US citizen, can they get a new copy of  birth certificate somewhere here in US?

 

A non US citizen would never be able to obtain a US BC as they were not born in the US.

USCIS is looking for proof of US Citizenship so in his case a BC would not do as it is a foreign BC.

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3 minutes ago, K1visaHopeful said:

A non US citizen would never be able to obtain a US BC as they were not born in the US.

USCIS is looking for proof of US Citizenship so in his case a BC would not do as it is a foreign BC.

So is a US passport sufficient in this case since BC is not helpful at all?

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16 hours ago, CCCCCF said:

Hi all,

I have a quick question regarding to the documents that needed to be prepared.

For the AOS interview, I have learned that birth certificate for both should be brought to the interview.

But my husband got his US citizen through naturalization so that means his birth certificate is not from US. 

In this case, what other documents should we bring?

 

And, is US passport sufficient to proof him as a US citizen? As we are having trouble find the original certificate of naturalization, and we only have the copied version in hand right now.

I have learned that it will take 5-6 months to file for a replacement.

 

Any one could share some suggestion or your own experience?

Thank you in advance.

Hi,  i only submitted the photocopy of the naturalization and the passport together with the i-134.  Abd they accepted it. 

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6 minutes ago, CCCCCF said:

Do you mean you bring these documents during interview?

Yes i did and prior to that i submitted it as well on the last packet they sent me before the interview.  

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