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hi vj friends.. can somebody help me on how to fill up the ds 5507. my fiance is us citizen and im a filipina.. we want to apply for our daughter a crba and passport in us embassy manila. but my problem is i dont know how to start the ds 5507. im looking for a sample on the internet but i can't see nothing.

my fiance become usc by naturalization. he live in philippines for 20 years the when his turning 21 they flew to the US.. can sombody help me.

thank you

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in question no.12 precise period of physical presence in united states.

should i write down when he first came to the united states? went to US from august 1991 until now

Yes.That would be the precise period of physical presence in united states. Right.

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in question no.12 precise period of physical presence in united states.

should i write down when he first came to the united states? went to US from august 1991 until now

It says to list period of physical presence in the US prior to child's birth in exact detail.

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in question no.12 precise period of physical presence in united states.

should i write down when he first came to the united states? went to US from august 1991 until now

Clarification on what form your filling out

The DS-5507 Affidavit of Parentage, Physical Presence and Support has no question 12.

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/126018.PDF

However the DS-2029 has question 12. Physical Presence in the US

DS-2029 - Application for Consular Report of Birth Abroad

http://manila.usembassy.gov/service/citizenship/first-time-report-of-birth-abroad7.html

It says to list period of physical presence in the US prior to child's birth in exact detail.

Your saying the above in bold is on Form DS-5507

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Clarification on what form your filling out

The DS-5507 Affidavit of Parentage, Physical Presence and Support has no question 12.

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/126018.PDF

However the DS-2029 has question 12. Physical Presence in the US

DS-2029 - Application for Consular Report of Birth Abroad

http://manila.usemba...th-abroad7.html

Your saying the above in bold is on Form DS-5507

EDIT bad link http://www.state.gov...tion/126018.pdf

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I see your married and filing for CR-1

FYI.

Persons born in wedlock to a U.S. citizen father and non-U.S. citizen mother are legitimated by virtue of the marriage of the parents. Evidence of the marriage should be submitted.

Persons born out of wedlock to a U.S. citizen father and non-U.S. citizen mother and not legitimated by the natural parents' subsequent marriage can be legitimated under the Immigration and Nationality Act by one of two methods indicated below.

Method 1: The person can be legitimated if:

While the person is under the age of 18 years old, the father acknowledged paternity of the person in writing under oath or the paternity of the person was established by adjudication of a competent court, and

Before the applicant reached the age of 18, the father (unless deceased before the applicant’s 18th birthday) agreed in writing and under oath to provide financial support for the applicant until the applicant reaches the age of 18 years old. (NOTE: The father should complete the form “Affidavit of Parentage, Physical Presence and Support” (DS-5507) ,in conjunction with a CRBA application, to satisfy the requirements for Method 1.

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Clarification on what form your filling out

The DS-5507 Affidavit of Parentage, Physical Presence and Support has no question 12.

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/126018.PDF

However the DS-2029 has question 12. Physical Presence in the US

DS-2029 - Application for Consular Report of Birth Abroad

thank you for your clarification.. the question no.12 is for the ds 2029

http://manila.usembassy.gov/service/citizenship/first-time-report-of-birth-abroad7.html

Your saying the above in bold is on Form DS-5507

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Then, your question on post #3 was answered on #4 for the DS-2029

OP. FYI, it's not advisable to use out dated links or links from other country's. The forms are quite easily filled-in if you need help just ask, link below has all the info you need on the CRBA process and forms.

http://manila.usemba...itizenship.html

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