Do immigrants need birth certificate?

Do immigrants need birth certificate?

You and each family member immigrating with you must obtain an original birth certificate or certified copy.

What if birth certificate is not available for green card?

What if I can’t get my birth certificate? However you must still show that you have tried to obtain a birth certificate and document that one was not available. This is typically called a Certificate of Non-Availability and can be issued by the local authority that issues birth, death, and marriage certificates.

Is birth certificate required for PR Canada?

Document requirements A copy of both sides of the family member’s Canadian citizenship document, Canadian birth certificate and/or permanent resident card must be provided.

Is birth certificate the same as certificate of citizenship?

Certificate types A United States issued birth certificate and a Consular Report of Birth Abroad is evidence that the individual was a United States citizen by birth. After all, both certificates are evidence that the person is a citizen of the United States of America.

What are the documents required for immigration?

Documents Required For VISA

  • Passport, in original, with a minimum validity of six months as on the date of submission of application for visa.
  • One recent passport-size colour photograph depicting full face.
  • Proof of Residence: Either a copy of National ID Card or Utility Bill such as electricity, telephone or water bill.

Do we need original birth certificate for green card?

When filing Form I-485, you may submit a photocopy of an original or certified copy of your birth certificate. However, we highly recommend that you take an original or certified copy of the birth certificate to the adjustment of status interview. The immigration officer may request to see it at that time.

Can you get a visa without a birth certificate?

If I don’t have a birth certificate You should apply for a certified copy of your birth certificate if you don’t have one. If you can’t get a birth certificate from your birth country, you can give an equivalent document from that country along with a letter explaining why your birth certificate isn’t available.