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Hi again.

I know that i have posted about this before but my PC had a major meltdown and erased all my forms and links so can someone please point me in the right direction for the forms that i need to fill out.

I am a UK citizen and my wife is USA we are planning to move back to the USA to live so i need the right forms for that. Also I need the correct form for our new baby boy. Born here in the UK

:D many thanks


29/12/06 Married
05/01/08 Alexander Mark is born 16:27
07/05/08 Alexander Mark is offically an USA citizen
21/05/08 Alex's passport arrives
02/06/10 I-130 sent to London
22/08/08 I-130 Approved
09/22/08 Packet 3 Recieved
10/04/08 Packet 3 Sent
11/01/08 Packet 4 Recieved
11/14/08 Interview APPROVED
12/03/08 Visa Recieved
12/16/08 We Arrive Back In USA
08/01/10 Isadora Rose is Born
12/17/10 ROC Filed
01/25/11 Bio Appointment Sioux Falls SD
08/03/11 Conditions Lifted
10/10/12 N-400 Mailed to Phoenix
10/24/12 Fee Waiver Approved
10/26/12 NOA Recieved
11/06/12 Bio Appointment Sioux Falls SD
03/08/13 Interview and Testing, Sioux Falls SD

04/04/14 Oath Time APPROVED

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Hi again.

I know that i have posted about this before but my PC had a major meltdown and erased all my forms and links so can someone please point me in the right direction for the forms that i need to fill out.

I am a UK citizen and my wife is USA we are planning to move back to the USA to live so i need the right forms for that. Also I need the correct form for our new baby boy. Born here in the UK

:D many thanks

Congrats on your new baby! You'll be pleased to know he is* a US citizen through his mother, and will not need to go through the immigration process. You will need to report his birth to the Embassy in order to get his passport. Info on this at: http://www.usembassy.org.uk/cons_new/acs/p...s/robirth4.html

First step for you is to file an I-130 and for you and your wife both to file form G-325A, directly with the Embassy. Info here: http://www.usembassy.org.uk/dhs/uscis/i130filing.html. My advice -- don't use the I-130 on the Embassy website without checking to see if there is a more up-to-date version on the USCIS website. More than one of us London DCF folk has gotten stung this way! Post the completed forms with the requested documents from the checklist on the Embassy page along with payment ($355) and a 2"x2" photo for both you and your wife attached to the G-325A's. The checklist is pretty clear and helpful.

Then...wait. It's about 3 months at the moment for I-130s to be processed through London. It's been taking around 5 months (anecdotally) for DCF applications to go through over the past year or so, with some a bit more and some a bit less.

*There are a few exceptions to this, involving the number of years your wife as a US Citizen lived in America and when those years were. I'm assuming she lived most of her life before moving to the UK in America. More detailed info here: http://www.usembassy.org.uk/cons_new/acs/p...ts/robirth.html

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