This is in addition to my previous question, my spouse is from Guyana South America, I am a born us citizen, with the I-130 approval, would marriage and birth certificates for both of us will have to be submitted to NVC upfront or in her home country?
if she/he is outside of the US and you are going through NVC with consular processing, then up front
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If you are processing outside the US, then they go to NVC
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Agreed with colleagues. Goes to NVC through Consular Processing. Hire a experienced immigration lawyer to help you out.
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