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    Red face honduran birth certificate and marriage certificate

    does anyone know what the long form is for honduran birth certificate and what it looks like? The NVC is requesting it because the first one we sent in was wrong. also my husband and i got married in honduras and the NVC is asking for the long form of our marriage certificate. i think we would either get that from the lawyer who married us or the registration office where we got married. anybody know? please help me. thank you.

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    See this and click on the links that you need and it will show you an example:

    http://honduras.usembassy.gov/englis...s/IV/index.htm
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    Pretty sure that its the "formula literal" which is a typed out word for word document. Not the one where there are blanks and then they are filled in. If that makes sense, where in honduras did u get married?

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    My husband and i got married in Comayagua. He actually got the long form for the birth certificate and marriage certificate. So i am waiting for the case to be complete at the NVC and hopefully he should have his interview soon in the capital.

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