A birth certificate that was "late registered" is typically one that was created far after(more than a year) the kid was born. Recording a child's birth wasn't common practice in some nations many years ago.
It could be quite challenging for some rural families to get to the closest government facility to register the birth. If the birth is registered many years later, it is considered a delayed or late registered birth certificate.
Will USCIS accept a late-registered birth certificate?
USCIS Accepts Birth Certificates That Were Registered Late.
USCIS will typically accept your birth certificate even if it was registered many years after the event. However, you might need to offer more proof that the birth actually took place as it was reported. To put it another way, you might require additional evidence that the people named as the child's parents are in fact those people. Additionally, it could be necessary to verify the birthdate.
Before using the late registered birth certificate with a USCIS application or petition, you’ll need to do some homework to determine if USCIS will be satisfied. For example, if birth certificates generally were not available to people born in the same region and time as you, USCIS is more likely to accept a late registered birth certificate. On the other hand, if birth certificates were typically available, USCIS will want more evidence. USCIS will refer to the U.S. Department of State’s visa reciprocity tables. You can do the same thing.
It is typically advised to include secondary documentation with your late registered birth certificate. USCIS often requests more proof. By including secondary evidence with your first submission, you can keep your application or petition moving along more quickly. You might wait for USCIS to decide and send out a Request for Evidence (RFE). However, your case will always be significantly delayed as a result of this.
If you do not have a document that meets the birth certificate requirements, you should anticipate the additional requirement to submit alternative evidence of birth. Submit this secondary evidence with the late registered birth certificate.
Likewise, USCIS may have responded with an RFE if you submitted a late registered birth certificate with an application. You must respond to the RFE in the timeframe specified. You’ll need to produce secondary evidence of the birth.
Secondary evidence includes:
Early School Records
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