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Thread: OLD US VISA STAMP AND PETITIONER'S BIRTH CERTIFICATE

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    I'm now waiting for consular interview for family-based visa (F2B). I had studied in the the States back in the 80s. I'd lost my old passport with the student visa stamp on it. I'm worried that they might ask to see my old passport showing any previous stay in the U.S. I still have my student card with me. Please can anyone give me some advice.

    Question 2: Besides my own birth certificate, do I need to bring along my petitioner's (my mom) birth certificate? She doesn't have on? will a copy of her green card do? Please advise.

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    I'm now waiting for consular interview for family-based visa (F2B). I had studied in the the States back in the 80s. I'd lost my old passport with the student visa stamp on it. I'm worried that they might ask to see my old passport showing any previous stay in the U.S. I still have my student card with me. Please can anyone give me some advice.

    Question 2: Besides my own birth certificate, do I need to bring along my petitioner's (my mom) birth certificate? She doesn't have on? will a copy of her green card do? Please advise.

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    what is yr priority date if i may ask?

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    Vivek,

    Will you give me some advice to my questions?

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    they won't ask for a passport with the visa you got in the 80s.

    As for your mom's birth certificate -- since she wasn't born in the U.S. - you don't need her certificate, just a copy of GC, if needed. You do need your birth certificate to prove the relationship.

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