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Probably a silly question about birth certificate translation...
3:28 am July 4, 2020

lilybells

Lilybells

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Hello!

I am in the process of uploading civil documents to NVC. Last year my husband got my birth certificate translated. It has a stamp date of translation from July 2019. I am wondering if I can upload the same translated document? Obviously my birth certificate hasn't change, but not sure if a translation done a year ago will result in an RFE? Like I said, this is probably a silly question...



 
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AOS Checklist for Myself, Sponsor & Joint Sponsor - Missing Anything?
3:06 am July 4, 2020

Spookie



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I-130:

Copy of Petitioner s Birth Certificate (Front & Back)

Copy of Beneficiary's Birth Certificate (Front & Back)

Copy of Marriage Certificate

2 Passport Style Photos of Petitioner & Beneficiary each (Write name on the back)

Evidence of Bona Fide Marriage:

Copies of Joint Bank Account Statements

A lease showing joint tenancy of a common residence.

Wedding + Relationship Photos

I-485:

Copy of Petitioner's Birth Certificate (Front & Back)

Copy of Beneficiary's Birth Certificate (Front & Back)
Copy of Beneficiary's Passport
Copy of Beneficiary's Recent I-94

Copy of Marriage Certificate

2 Passport Style Photos of Petitioner & Beneficiary each (Write name on the back)

I-765:

Copy of Beneficiary's Birth Certificate
Copy of Beneficiary's Recent I-94
Copy of Beneficiary's Passport
Copy of Marriage Certificate
2 Passport Style Color Photographs of Beneficiary

I-131:

Copy of Beneficiary's Birth Certificate
Copy of Beneficiary's Recent I-94
Copy of Beneficiary's Passport
2 Passport Style Color Photographs of Beneficiary


I-864:

Copy of Petitioner's Birth Certificate

Copy of Petitioner's Individual Federal Income Tax Return/IRS tax return transcripts, including W-2s for the most recent tax year.

Copy of Joint Sponsor's Birth Certificate

Copy ofJoint Sponsor's Last 6 Months Paystubs

Copy of Joint Sponsor's Individual Federal Income Tax Return, including W-2s for the most recent tax year.

Am I missing anything? Trying to make a checklist for both myself, the petitioner/sponsor and joint sponsor. Just making sure I'm covering everything, please let me know if I am not lol.

Thanks!



 
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Health Insurance for Son Just Visiting United States?
6:37 pm July 3, 2020

llaz



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PR Husband and I live in the United States

My stepson lives in Chile with his mother and is a Chilean citizen

He's not traveling currently due to obvious reasons and probably won't be traveling for at least another 2 years. He would just be coming to visit for a month or so and will come on the visa waiver program. I wanted to see if anyone has any insight or experience on if your employer has allowed you to carry health insurance for a child that doesn't live with you and is obviously not really tied to the United States in a way of residency, ssn etc.? Or maybe we can just outright purchase a health insurance plan for the month? I'm not really concerned about him healthwise I just feel like it would make everyone feel better if he were covered just in case something were to happen. Any advice pertaining to the topic would be appreciated!

Please no comments on authorizations to leave the country or anything like that - we have extensively researched this topic and this is essentially our last question mark on this topic and are working to get all documents necessary ready for any future travel.



 
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CEAC asking for multiple police certificates even though it shouldn't
7:13 am June 30, 2020

lilybells

Lilybells

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Hello everyone!

I recently completed the DS-260. By my estimates, I should be expected to submit THREE police certificates: one from Chile, where I was born and raised, one from the UAE where I attended university, and one from China, where I currently live.

Throughout my university period, I studied abroad in the UK (5 months), Hong Kong (3 months), and Italy (1 month). I listed all these addresses as I was living in those locations during different times. CEAC is asking me to submit police certificates for all three of these in addition to the places I've actually lived (see screenshot)

However, according to the official webpage on travel.state.gov I should not be having to submit any of these as the time does not exceed a year, let alone 6 months, in any of those locations (see screenshot)

Can I simply not upload them and upload a document for each of these police certificates explaining why?

Or, am I SOL and have to get all of these (the Italy one blows my mind - I was there for 30 days only!!)?

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I944
7:40 am June 26, 2020

Jennifer & Jared



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Hi everyone I'm doing change of status and I'm so confused they are asking credit records and I don't have how to run one here in USA when I don't even have a social security number anybody did it all ready??? I thanks



 
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