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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Jamaica
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I am not sure where to post this question, but here it is......I got a copy of the packet 3 that was sent to my fiance. The cover letter listed my fiance's son under "Traveling Applicants" along with my fiance. His son is 19 and we did not file anything for him. Is this something I should contact the Embassy about - to clarify? My fiance has two children and both were listed on the I-129 form. The oldest is 29 but she was not listed on the cover letter. Maybe this is a non-issue but I wanted to throw it out there.


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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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I doubt you have to do anything about it. Others have had the same thing listed. It's more a formality. Without a visa, he can't go anywhere anyhow.

At 19, he would have to file his own visa.


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I doubt you have to do anything about it. Others have had the same thing listed. It's more a formality. Without a visa, he can't go anywhere anyhow.

At 19, he would have to file his own visa.

He doesn't need his own petition for a K2 visa but if he's not coming, just let them know at your interview.


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I doubt you have to do anything about it. Others have had the same thing listed. It's more a formality. Without a visa, he can't go anywhere anyhow.

At 19, he would have to file his own visa.

Hey JG --

Don't you age out at 21?


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Filed: Country: Jamaica
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I doubt you have to do anything about it. Others have had the same thing listed. It's more a formality. Without a visa, he can't go anywhere anyhow.

At 19, he would have to file his own visa.

Hey JG --

Don't you age out at 21?

Yes Lawny, you age out at 21. Mike's dad had put his children on his initial application and one has aged out and the other will age out in October. When he went to the embassy last month, he was told that she is protected under the child life act and he is to fill out a DS-230 for her ans have me and his dad send in AOS for her and she is go to get her medical done and come with him on the 26th whe he returns. We are now rushing around to get al her documents together and her medical done in time for the interview date.

When things happen (like what happened to Mike at his interview) we should always put our trust in God beacuse only he know why!!!


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