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Hello,

My fiance is pregnant and I am a US citizen, we are both living out of the US. We plan to marry soon and register the baby as a US citizen when he is born. Does the fact that she will be the mother of a US citizen have any bearing on which Visa to apply for to allow her entrance to the US?

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Hello,

My fiance is pregnant and I am a US citizen, we are both living out of the US. We plan to marry soon and register the baby as a US citizen when he is born. Does the fact that she will be the mother of a US citizen have any bearing on which Visa to apply for to allow her entrance to the US?

Thank You!

I think it will help in the interview, but will not make her get over any time sooner. The bottom line is that it takes a long time and can take even longer if you get stuck at the FBI. Doing the process overseas should make it happen faster. Don't forget to register your child's birth at the embassy or consulate after he/she is born.

Good luck

Alan


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Hello,

My fiance is pregnant and I am a US citizen, we are both living out of the US. We plan to marry soon and register the baby as a US citizen when he is born. Does the fact that she will be the mother of a US citizen have any bearing on which Visa to apply for to allow her entrance to the US?

Thank You!

Do a CRBA ]Consular Report of Birth Abroad] at the embassy of the country you guys live in. Also if you've lived there for more than 6 months if you marry you can do DCF [Direct Consular Filing] which results in a faster visa.


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Hello,

My fiance is pregnant and I am a US citizen, we are both living out of the US. We plan to marry soon and register the baby as a US citizen when he is born. Does the fact that she will be the mother of a US citizen have any bearing on which Visa to apply for to allow her entrance to the US?

Thank You!

No. She'll need a K1 visa because she's the "fiancee" of a USC. Her USC child could only file a petition for her if the child were already in the US and old enough to do so.


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Thank You!!!!

I missed the part about you both living abroad. If you have legal residence abroad for at least six months, marrying and filing for a CR1 visa Directly with the Consulate is an excellent option. See the DCF guides if appicable.


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