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Translated & Notarized Birth Certificate?

 
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PostPosted: Fri Feb 15, 2013 1:12 pm    Post subject: Translated & Notarized Birth Certificate? Reply with quote

This may sound weird, but I have the majority of my documents to get my F4 Visa, but my parents both don't have/can't find their citizenship certificates. My father talked to the consulate he said that I need to get my Birth Certificate translated and notarized. From my research on the E-2/F-4 Visa's this was never one of the requirements. Does anyone know of a route that requires this? I think he is thinking of getting me a Korean passport but I'm not positive.
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