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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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It won't delay the process of her getting the visa (the unborn is not considered a child for visa purposes), but if she gets the visa close to her due date, it may be too late for her to travel, so it may delay you two being together. The child him/herself is most likely a US citizen based on your citizenship, unless you only recently became a citizen yourself.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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Hi expert people I have question; what would happen if my fiancée get pregnant while she waiting her interview will that delay the process?

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It has no affect on HER visa. Doesn't delay, doesn't expedite. If the child is unborn it has no effect at all. If the child is born before her interview then it adds to your family size and since the child has claim to US citizenship you have to file a CRBA and get the child a US passport to come as the child will not be eligible for a visa (US citizens and persons with a cliam to US citizenship do not need US visas)

SOME consulates also require DNA tests of children, so that could be an added delay and expense, not sure if it applies to Kenya.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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Hi expert people I have question; what would happen if my fiancée get pregnant while she waiting her interview will that delay the process?

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Be prepared with doctor statements as to due date and evidence the two of you were together at the time of conception, as this will not be assumed. If she's not yet pregnant, you'll avoid any such difficult questions by keeping it that way.


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Hi expert people I have question; what would happen if my fiancée get pregnant while she waiting her interview will that delay the process?

Appreciate :)

It has no affect on HER visa. Doesn't delay, doesn't expedite. If the child is unborn it has no effect at all. If the child is born before her interview then it adds to your family size and since the child has claim to US citizenship you have to file a CRBA and get the child a US passport to come as the child will not be eligible for a visa (US citizens and persons with a cliam to US citizenship do not need US visas)

SOME consulates also require DNA tests of children, so that could be an added delay and expense, not sure if it applies to Kenya.

DNA tests: Always a good idea. 'Cause the man needs to know for sure!


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