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My fiancé had his medical examination at St Luke's Extension Clinic but he was asked to return for the psychological evaluation due to the fact that he had filed for an annulment of which his ex-wife was the one found to have psychological incapacity. They had a child out of wedlock 19 years ago, but the child passed away when the child was four and a half months old. They were married for only one year after the death of their child

My question and my concern is that, when I filed the I-129F I did not put any information for his deceased child; and we did the same on his DS-160. When he went to St. Luke's, and he was given the psychiatric evaluation data sheet, he added his deceased child's information. Will he have any problems getting a medical clearance now? Will that be a problem when he is interviewed at USEM? We thought about resubmitting his DS-160 but then what about the I-129F form that I submitted? Will they question him on the discrepancies of the forms? I hope someone here can help me. I don't know what to do at this point.

Thank you all.

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There is no need to include any info regarding deceased child on I 129F, It is not asked for and not needed.

From what I know applicants who have had an annulment in Philippines have to go back for Psy. Evaluation during Medical.

I see no issues for him...

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Hello everyone,

My fiancé had his medical examination at St Luke's Extension Clinic but he was asked to return for the psychological evaluation due to the fact that he had filed for an annulment of which his ex-wife was the one found to have psychological incapacity. They had a child out of wedlock 19 years ago, but the child passed away when the child was four and a half months old. They were married for only one year after the death of their child

My question and my concern is that, when I filed the I-129F I did not put any information for his deceased child; and we did the same on his DS-160. When he went to St. Luke's, and he was given the psychiatric evaluation data sheet, he added his deceased child's information. Will he have any problems getting a medical clearance now? Will that be a problem when he is interviewed at USEM? We thought about resubmitting his DS-160 but then what about the I-129F form that I submitted? Will they question him on the discrepancies of the forms? I hope someone here can help me. I don't know what to do at this point.

Thank you all.

The I-129f ask and I quote "Complete the following for all children of your alien fiancé (if any)." My opinion is that it should have been included, but I don't think that it has any baring on the interview. If you notice on the document where you would enter children there is no date if the child is deceased, therefore, I don't think it will be an issue. But, at the interview if asked I would tell the CO that the child is deceased and know the date in case you are asked.

The DS-160 should contain only those who are traveling with you. If you had a k-2 then you would fill out a DS-160 for them. No where does it ask for children from the mothers DS-160, so children are not necessary. Again, explain this to the CO if asked. Best thing to do is not bring it up, but if asked answer with confidence and honestly.


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