I have received AOS interview letter in F2B category where there is no mention of petitioner required to attend interview when the beneficiary is over 18 years of age. But asked to bring Petitioner's birth certificate and evidence of lawful permanent resident status.
In my case Petitioner and Beneficiary live in different states.
Should i bring petitioner originals to USCIS for AOS interview based on F2B category?
Should i bring a certified copy ?
Should petitioner (parent) attend the USCIS for AOS interview based on F2B category?
Bring the original documents ... AND photocopies ... to the AOS interview.
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Bring the originals to the AOS interview, and if at all possible, parent should attend as well.
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