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Seems pretty clear to me.  You should provide DNA testing, using a lab accredited by AABB, or as much of the other information sources.   DNA testing is going to be the most irrefutable evidence you can provide. 


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I think it’s a pretty comprehensive list of documents, but must admit that I myself would probably find it quite difficult at this stage (I’m obviously older than an F2A beneficiary ;) ) to get copies of most of that, other than photos, but what do kiddie photos really prove? Do they do facial recognition of them?  So agree dna is probably the most convincing route especially if copies of old records are hard to get.

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9 minutes ago, Obada.elamin said:

who will i get a school documents contemporaneously with the birth ?

If there are school records, do they match the purported date of birth?  IE was he in first grade 5 years after birth?


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29 minutes ago, Obada.elamin said:

What i can't understand the word contemporaneously ?? , who will i get a school documents contemporaneously with the birth ?

 

18 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

If there are school records, do they match the purported date of birth?  IE was he in first grade 5 years after birth?

Exactly like Paul and Mary said - things that make sense for date of birth. Are there hospital records, or if home birth was there a midwife/doula there that can attest to the birth? Did you get baptized/religiously circumcised/undergo some other ritual that is usually done within a specified time after birth, and can the priest/imam etc attest to that? Do school records, vaccination records etc if they exist make sense age-wise? Photos of you and family? Etc. In other words they are looking for the evidence to add up to what you are telling them. 

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17 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

If there are school records, do they match the purported date of birth?  IE was he in first grade 5 years after birth?

I have my kindergarten and primary and secondary school certificates , but without birth date , can I submit them ?

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6 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

 

Exactly like Paul and Mary said - things that make sense for date of birth. Are there hospital records, or if home birth was there a midwife/doula there that can attest to the birth? Did you get baptized/religiously circumcised/undergo some other ritual that is usually done within a specified time after birth, and can the priest/imam etc attest to that? Do school records, vaccination records etc if they exist make sense age-wise? Photos of you and family? Etc. In other words they are looking for the evidence to add up to what you are telling them. 

Should I go to the hospital and issue a paper i was born on the same date ?

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13 hours ago, Obada.elamin said:

Today i received my rfe notice,  i need help with the documents that to be send 

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Hi, thats  what my RFE was, but mine was little different , they suggest i do DNA test first, if i couldn't do then i must submit the secondary evidence which was documents ,records,  i did DNA test on 5th September , and waiting for the response or approval from USCIS.

the best way to provide the evidence is to go through DNA test thats what i did and was easy for me. 

If you choose to do the DNA test then its very simple , all you have to do is choose AABB accredited DNA center and they will do the all work.  

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4 hours ago, ihsan said:

Hi, thats  what my RFE was, but mine was little different , they suggest i do DNA test first, if i couldn't do then i must submit the secondary evidence which was documents ,records,  i did DNA test on 5th September , and waiting for the response or approval from USCIS.

the best way to provide the evidence is to go through DNA test thats what i did and was easy for me. 

If you choose to do the DNA test then its very simple , all you have to do is choose AABB accredited DNA center and they will do the all work.  

DNA test is going to drag on,  so am opting to send secondary evidence and photograph 

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1 hour ago, Obada.elamin said:

DNA test is going to drag on,  so am opting to send secondary evidence and photograph 

Curious as to your age. DNA test will prove family relationship, but F2A category is dependent on age too, which could be why they are also asking for a lot of the contemporaneous stuff.

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4 hours ago, Obada.elamin said:

DNA test is going to drag on,  so am opting to send secondary evidence and photograph 

ok do as you seem fit and best.  all the best.  what do you mean by " DNA test is going to drag on " if your referring that it will take time, then yes if you initiate fast then the whole process is going to take 1 to 1.5 months .

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I will be sending the following  documents are they enough :
An insurance card 
Governmental ID 
University ID
School records 
Driving license 
10 Photograph of me and parents 
Affidavit 
Letter why issuance of birth certificate was new

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