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Should we submit lawyer explanation?

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Hello friends,

 

So we are in the process of our CR-1 spousal visa (please transfer me to correct forum if I am not in).

Our petition has been approved and we are on the NVC processing step. For my husband's birth certificate, we had to hire a lawyer last year to fix it because when he was born he lived with his grandparents, so his grandparents were listed as his parents. We paid the lawyer, everything was legal on that end to change the birth certificate. I am wondering, when we go to submit his long birth certifictae, they will see that it was changed last year. Do you think an explanation of why it was changed, from the lawyer obviously would be good to submit or do you think they would or would not ask about it? Thanks for your help!

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12 hours ago, Katie Zelaya said:

Hello friends,

 

So we are in the process of our CR-1 spousal visa (please transfer me to correct forum if I am not in).

Our petition has been approved and we are on the NVC processing step. For my husband's birth certificate, we had to hire a lawyer last year to fix it because when he was born he lived with his grandparents, so his grandparents were listed as his parents. We paid the lawyer, everything was legal on that end to change the birth certificate. I am wondering, when we go to submit his long birth certifictae, they will see that it was changed last year. Do you think an explanation of why it was changed, from the lawyer obviously would be good to submit or do you think they would or would not ask about it? Thanks for your help!

I would add the letter from the lawyer in this situation.  It cannot hurt.


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