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Proof of domicile accepted for spouse not for daughter

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Mexico

As proof of domicile, I wrote a letter stating we will establish domicile once we have the permanent resident visas.  I noted that I have a driver's license in Callifornia, a car registered in California and active bank accounts.  I submitted the letter for both my wife and daughter, the same letter.  For my wife's case the letter was accepted and she is awaiting the date for her visa interview.  In my daughters case the letter was first accepted than changed to rejected with a message saying 'Please provied proof of domicile"  I don't know if I should rework the letter and resubmit or email the NVC to ask why the letter is accepted for one and not the other.  But if I do this could they than reject the letter in my wife's case?


Thanks for any advice


Attached is the letter


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