sabita12 Posted June 6, 2021 Report Share Posted June 6, 2021 For my mother's gc application, I had submitted my NAC from my own gc application (25 years ago - NAC did not have the letterhead paper at the time) and an affidavit from my parents for my birth (also from my own gc application). I received a RFE (it says submit a copy of the birth certificate issued by the appropriate civil authority for the petitioner listed on Form I-130) asking for a birth certificate and says in the absence can provide NAC and secondary evidence. It does not state DNA test. I understand now that affidavit from my mother (beneficiary) is not good enough. I also wonder if they did not like the NAC from 25 years ago which does not have letterhead paper, or a proper seal of commissioner who signed the NAC. I have now got 1) a letter from my school principal (where I studied from grade 3 to 10) with my date of birth and parent's names as per school records (as my transcript only has Date of birth), 2) affidavit from an aunt and cousin. 3) I am also awaiting a new NAC (pending lockdown open) with letterhead paper and a stamp of commissioner . 4) For what it's worth, I also have a NAC from consulate explaining that prior to 1969 registration is not mandatory. I hope that with the new NAC and the school letter, and affidavits from 2 relatives, it will be satisfactory. Do you think this will make the case for my relationship to my mother, the beneficiary? Should I pre-emptively do the DNA test even though my RFE for initial evidence document does not list it? Appreciate any advice. Quote Link to comment
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