I have a question about using secondary proof for my birth certificate. I am a Canadian citizen born in Hong Kong. My birth place and date are both on the first page of my passport and I have a Canadian citizenship card. I wonder if both of these are sufficient secondary evidence. I’ll be trying to retrieve my birth certificate from HK but I’m not sure how long it would take. Would you suggest that I send in my application with this secondary evidence first. If they request for more evidence later, I should have my birth certificate ready then.
In addition to the passport and citizenship card, you could also include a notarized letter written by your parents (together or separate letters) stating that you were born to them on such and such date and place. One of the applicants (using our packet) has done this in the past and had no RFE. You need not have to delay your application while you retrieve your original certificate.Sincerely
Green card for Phd Team
Helping NIW and EB1A applications
with our DIY packages
- I only have a few publication.
- Self petition eligibility
- Pending I-140 travel on F1 or Advanced parole
- eb1a or eb2-niw
- DBA and Green card
- EB1A eligibility
- Regarding applying for EB1A/NIW outside USA
- EB1A Journalism samples?
- Self Petition for Greencard under EB1A
- In case if my self petition rejected, is it possible to go through employer?