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Okay, so this may not be a big deal at all, but my fiancee is a little concerned about it, so I thought I would ask. Her interview at the consulate is the day after tomorrow. Everything seems good overall, but she was a little concerned that her father (who lives in Miami) had moved (addresses, not cities; he's still in Miami) since she put in her application. He was living with his sister, but since the application was filed he got a place of his own. So the question is: Should she update them at the interview of the change in information? And how should she update it? It's not exactly a major piece of information directly concerning either of us, but it is about an immediate family member who lives in the States, so I'm not really sure how important this is. Obviously we don't want any issues about falsifications or difficulties confirming information, but at this point is this even of any importance? Are we inviting more difficulty by correcting it? Like I say, the interview is Wednesday the 31, so some timely advice would be helpful. Thanks!
Folks, I am filing form I-130 for my father ,it seems the requirement for petitioning for father is to submit my birth certificate and parents' marriage certificate , my parents are from India and they don't have their marriage certificate as in those days there were no records kept in India (birth , marriage & death etc) , if you were in a similar situation , can you please let me know , what you used in-lieu of parents' marriage certificate ? P.S : My birth certificate has both my parents' name.Thanks.