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Hi,

My wife and I have one daughter together. Our daughter lives with my wife. We have done CRBA (consular report of birth abroad) and passport application for our daughter and are waiting to receive the passport.

On DS-260 under family information it asks:

Do you have any children: YES

Number of Children: 1

Country of Birth: Philippines

Does this child live with you: YES

Is this child immigrating to the U.S. with you: YES

We did not apply for an IR-2 for our daughter.

There was nowhere on any of the paperwork that I sent in to indicate that our daughter is about to get her U.S. passport.

Will NVC be confused by this and issue a checklist for our case because they will wonder how our daughter will enter the U.S.?

Is it possible to call to explain it? I'm guessing not since the phone reps that I have talked to in the past don't seem to know anything about the case, just the status of the case.

Thanks

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Hi,

My wife and I have one daughter together. Our daughter lives with my wife. We have done CRBA (consular report of birth abroad) and passport application for our daughter and are waiting to receive the passport.

On DS-260 under family information it asks:

Do you have any children: YES

Number of Children: 1

Country of Birth: Philippines

Does this child live with you: YES

Is this child immigrating to the U.S. with you: YES

We did not apply for an IR-2 for our daughter.

There was nowhere on any of the paperwork that I sent in to indicate that our daughter is about to get her U.S. passport.

Will NVC be confused by this and issue a checklist for our case because they will wonder how our daughter will enter the U.S.?

Is it possible to call to explain it? I'm guessing not since the phone reps that I have talked to in the past don't seem to know anything about the case, just the status of the case.

Thanks

That needs to be corrected.

Is this child immigrating to the U.S. with you: NO should be the answer.

Call now they are open until midnight or call tomorrow. Don;t know when you submitted maybe too late for changes. But yes you need to let them know that was an error.


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Your daughter is a USC and not part of the immigration process so the answer to whether your child is immigrating with your spouse or not should be no. If you've already submitted the DS-260, you can't change it but I would call NVC just to see if there's anything that can be done.


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