Marriage based Interview very soon and taking our child to the interview
Hollywood, FL |
We have marriage based interview in two weeks. We have a 8 months old baby together.
Do we need to take baby also to the interview as one of the proof? We have her birth certificate also with both of our names as Parents.
J Charles Ferrari
Eng & Nishimura
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Do not take the baby to the interview. BC of the baby is enough of a proof.
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The baby's birth certificate with your names as parents is sufficient. Do not take the baby to the interview.
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Your baby's birth certificate is enough - you do not have to take the baby to the interview. However, you may want to bring some photographs, birth announcement etc. as additional evidence.
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