I have my citizenship interview very soon, and my daughter's birth certificate wont get to me in time. Do I need to have it with me for the citizenship interview?? Or can I bring other documents to prove she's my daughter , like the hospitals papers, etc.
You can take secondary evidence of the birth of your child to the USCIS naturalization interview. If you are presenting the birth of your child as evidence of a prior or an existing good faith marriage, you will need more than the birth certificate.
No, but it is a good idea to bring to that interview whatever documentation listed in that invitation letter.
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If it's your citizenship interview you do not need your children's birth certificates. You may need it if going to a permanent residency interview if you are showing it to prove good faith marriage.
I agree with the previous answers. However, I recommend clients bring as much as possible to the interviews, just in case it becomes an issue.
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