sacnov Posted October 3, 2021 Report Share Posted October 3, 2021 My parents are in the mid 70es and living in India. I want to start their green card process and initiate the I-130 form as the first step. I come to know that they need birth and marriage certificates which they don't have. There is no elder left who can provide an affidavit as a supporting document. This might be a common situation I believe with many of the followers/individuals of this forum. Please share your thoughts if you sailed in the same boat at some point in the past or know how to cross this hurdle in order to get my parents I130 followed by I-485 submission with proper documentation. Any information or valuable insight would be highly appreciated. Quote Link to comment
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