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Can we file an application for fiance visa? I am pregnant with my fiance's child. I'm wondering if i gave birth prior the issuance of visa can we bring our child with us?

If we apply, Is our child eligible for K2 visa even if the child's name is not included in the application since the baby hasn't been born yet when we file the application.

Any option about this issue. I need advices.

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pregnancy has nothing to do with K-1, if you can wait then you can have the baby in America if not then you'll have some special forms to fill out for the baby, and most likely a DNA test will be requested.


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pregnancy has nothing to do with K-1, if you can wait then you can have the baby in America if not then you'll have some special forms to fill out for the baby, and most likely a DNA test will be requested.

What special forms do we need to fill out?

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pregnancy has nothing to do with K-1, if you can wait then you can have the baby in America if not then you'll have some special forms to fill out for the baby, and most likely a DNA test will be requested.

What special forms do we need to fill out?

if the child has a claim to US citizenship then it you need to get a consular report of birth abroad... if all is good, then the child gets a US passport


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pregnancy has nothing to do with K-1, if you can wait then you can have the baby in America if not then you'll have some special forms to fill out for the baby, and most likely a DNA test will be requested.

What special forms do we need to fill out?

Did this one ourselves. It is called a consular report of birth abroad (CRBA). Getting a DNA test is one option but if the father is willing to guarantee ( sign and notarize ) that he will support the child until they are 18, you don't need a DNA test. However, if the father requests it, I would do it for his piece of mind.

Here is a link with the instructions. Get daddys signature on the birth cert and then be sure to get a birth cert on NSO paper asap. You will need it.

http://manila.usembassy.gov/wwwha003.html

Congradulations and good luck!

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Congratulations :thumbs: If the child is born in the Philippines you will need to go to the embassy to file papers for citizenship. You might look at the Manila website, there might be some info there.

http://manila.usembassy.gov/


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Can we file an application for fiance visa? I am pregnant with my fiance's child. I'm wondering if i gave birth prior the issuance of visa can we bring our child with us?

If we apply, Is our child eligible for K2 visa even if the child's name is not included in the application since the baby hasn't been born yet when we file the application.

Any option about this issue. I need advices.

You file a petition, not an application but pregnancy has no bearing on petition filing. There will be some issues others have mentioned, with regard to the child.


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