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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Spain
Timeline

When listing your children, do you include those "obtained" by marriage to the US citizen?

Thanks in advance.


9/18/04 Married in Indiana

9/20/04 I-130 mailed to Nebraska

10/7/04 NOA1 received (dated 9/29/04 in CAL!)

1/5/05 I-130 APPROVED (99days)

1/11/05 case number entered into NVC system (105/6 days)

4/5/05 CASE COMPLETE (189/90)

4/12/05 case forwarded to Madrid(196/97)

4/19/05 case arrives at Madrid consulate (203/104)

6/3/05 Interview date APPROVED

6/11/05 POE Chicago

6/24/05 Welcome to America letter

6/31/05 2nd Welcome to America letter!

7/5/05 Greencard arrives

7/15/05 SNN arrives

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
Timeline
Part 9. Information About Your Children.

A. Write the total number of sons and daughters you have had. Count all of your children, regardless of whether they are:

1. Alive, missing, or dead;

2. Born in other countries or in the United States;

3. Under 18 years old or adults;

4. Married or unmarried;

5. Living with you or elsewhere;

6. Stepsons or stepdaughters or legally adopted; or

7. Born when you were not married.

http://www.uscis.gov/files/form/N-400ins.pdf (Page 4)

OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Spain
Timeline

Yes I read that .. in fact that is what caused our confusuion.

If all step children have to be included I would then have to include a "child" (who would now be around 45 years of age) of my first husband, who has never lived with me, who I have met twice and who I have no adress or further information on. And this person I haven't included on any of the forms I've filled in so far because I don't consider her on of MY children in any way.

I have an infopass on Monday for another issue, so I'll see if the immigration officer can clear this one up for me.

Thanks


9/18/04 Married in Indiana

9/20/04 I-130 mailed to Nebraska

10/7/04 NOA1 received (dated 9/29/04 in CAL!)

1/5/05 I-130 APPROVED (99days)

1/11/05 case number entered into NVC system (105/6 days)

4/5/05 CASE COMPLETE (189/90)

4/12/05 case forwarded to Madrid(196/97)

4/19/05 case arrives at Madrid consulate (203/104)

6/3/05 Interview date APPROVED

6/11/05 POE Chicago

6/24/05 Welcome to America letter

6/31/05 2nd Welcome to America letter!

7/5/05 Greencard arrives

7/15/05 SNN arrives

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