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question about steps,ex's and from N400

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When you are filing out the papers to apply for US citizenship you are asked to fill out childern including stepchildern. My ex and I were married from 85-95 ( divorce actually signed in 2007 and backdated ) He married wife 2 in 1995 and has childern with her. We had one together and I have 2 older ones. Wife 2 has an older one

He has to include the all the childern he fathered ( 3 ) and the step from the current wife . Are my older childern to be included on the form also ? Or as they ex-steps because I am an ex ?

Thanks


First visit:2007-09-12 to 2008-09-23

I-129F Sent : 2007-11-24

I-129F NOA1 : 2007-11-30

I-129F NOA2 : 2008-03-31

NVC Received : 2008-04-21

NVC Left : 2008-04-23

Consulate Received : 2008-04-28

Packet 3 Received : 2008-05-20

Interivew date : 2008-08-07 CO asks inappropraite questions

His father died: 2008-08-18

Retain Marc Ellis 2008-09

Visited Nigeria again: 2008-11-12

petitioned returned to CSC :2008-11-27

returned to USA 2008-12-13

His father buried 2009-01-03

picks up K1 visa Nov 2009

Marriage Dec 2009

take throne as Igwe /Lolo 2010 or 2011

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When you are filing out the papers to apply for US citizenship you are asked to fill out childern including stepchildern. My ex and I were married from 85-95 ( divorce actually signed in 2007 and backdated ) He married wife 2 in 1995 and has childern with her. We had one together and I have 2 older ones. Wife 2 has an older one

He has to include the all the childern he fathered ( 3 ) and the step from the current wife . Are my older childern to be included on the form also ? Or as they ex-steps because I am an ex ?

Thanks

They want to know how many children you & husband are RESPONCIBLE for. It doesnt matter who has them now.

I hope your answers are more clear than your questions. Make sure they are or suffer RFE s or denial.

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He has to include the all the childern he fathered ( 3 ) and the step from the current wife .

You would take the above sentence and change accordingly the following words where appropriate:

he/she

fathered/mothered

wife/husband..


YMMV

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