Marietta, GA asked in Immigration Law for Georgia

Q: immigration visa

I just got the approval letter from the National Visa Center for my sibling's immigration visa.whic was applied about 13 years ago. They have asked to bring the original documents at the interview in the embassy. Since it was done 13 years ago I am not able to find the original or the copy of the documents. I thought I sent all original with the application. I was just wondering is there any way I can obtain the copy from NVC. Also, I found out that my nephew's date of birth was mistaken because of translation errors because we have different calendars. so how we can correct that. appreciate your help thank you

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Mario Musil
Mario Musil
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Portland, OR

A: You can contact the NVC with these questions and they should be able to assist you. Generally, they will not have access to the items you sent to the NVC at the embassy. If the original documents are items that you can obtain new ones of, I recommend doing that. For example, request new birth certificates from the appropriate agencies. Also, since the documents or translations had errors, you want the new documents to reflect the correct information.

Good luck!

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