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Hello guys,

 

Does anyone know how the process of bringing someone to the US thru CRBA work?

 

I filed a K-1 visa for my fiancee which is being processed (just have received NOA1); and my fiancee is giving birth in less than 2 months. Some people told me about applying CRBA for the baby and bring her here as a US citizen instead of K-2 visa but some other said that I have to be a US citizen for a certain period of time to be able to use the CRBA benefits.

 

I obtained my US citizenship through the US Army and have been living in the US for less than 3 years. What am I gonna do? Will CRBA work in my case or K-2 (for thre baby to be born)?

 

Also , what is the process to invite my fiancee and the baby to the US before the K-1 process is completed? 

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