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hello,

we seem to be in a bind here and am wondering if anyone encountered a similar problem.

My fiance has her surname from birth from her dad. she has a child but was not married to the biological father. The child bears another name

different to hers. When we try to use the csc website to register her and the child as k1 k2 the system will generate a reference id# for the mother

but will not allow the child to be added as a family member since he doesn't carry the same surname. this is for nairobi kenya embassy.

i need them to be registered together so they can interview together, since he is only a minor. so confused and upset about this situation.

if he registers as primary applicant the system will accept but there is no space provided to say he is a k2 and not a k1.

The site says put information exactly as in the passport...so now what??

If anyone has had this happen before and got it resolved please help.. thank you all very much Ricciardo


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hello,

we seem to be in a bind here and am wondering if anyone encountered a similar problem.

My fiance has her surname from birth from her dad. she has a child but was not married to the biological father. The child bears another name

different to hers. When we try to use the csc website to register her and the child as k1 k2 the system will generate a reference id# for the mother

but will not allow the child to be added as a family member since he doesn't carry the same surname. this is for nairobi kenya embassy.

i need them to be registered together so they can interview together, since he is only a minor. so confused and upset about this situation.

if he registers as primary applicant the system will accept but there is no space provided to say he is a k2 and not a k1.

The site says put information exactly as in the passport...so now what??

If anyone has had this happen before and got it resolved please help.. thank you all very much Ricciardo

Hi Ricciardo,

My fiance just submitted our 3 DS-160's. One for her and her 2 boys. They have different Surnames but same father. She said she had no problems. The child (or mother) still must fill out the application. So 1 for mom and 1 for child. There is a drop down menu where you can say he is a K2 and then it will ask for the Principal (parents) Applicants Name. This is where you put Mom's name. The name shouldn't matter.

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hello,

we seem to be in a bind here and am wondering if anyone encountered a similar problem.

My fiance has her surname from birth from her dad. she has a child but was not married to the biological father. The child bears another name

different to hers. When we try to use the csc website to register her and the child as k1 k2 the system will generate a reference id# for the mother

but will not allow the child to be added as a family member since he doesn't carry the same surname. this is for nairobi kenya embassy.

i need them to be registered together so they can interview together, since he is only a minor. so confused and upset about this situation.

if he registers as primary applicant the system will accept but there is no space provided to say he is a k2 and not a k1.

The site says put information exactly as in the passport...so now what??

If anyone has had this happen before and got it resolved please help.. thank you all very much Ricciardo

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