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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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Family planning decisions play no role in the K-1 process. The only issue would be if she gives birth before she gets the interview which could change the data presented on some of the forms...


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Family planning decisions play no role in the K-1 process. The only issue would be if she gives birth before she gets the interview which could change the data presented on some of the forms...

Thanks for the reply. So, the consulate will not look at the belly and say "what's that?" I guess if you don't have photo's to prove relationship, you can always show paternal evidence.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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The pregnancy would come to light at the medical as she wouldn't be able to have an x-ray while pregnant.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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As mentioned the pregnancy will be reported from the medical. I believe it is tested for in case it is not obvious and not revealed.

In one case posted here the Embassy officer did not care that the USC was the father, he asked the questions:

1) Are you aware your fiancee is pregnant?

The poster replied yes it is my baby. Officer did not care.

2) Officer asks do you still support this woman's petition?

The USC replied yes. So she was approved.

What is important is that the USC send a letter informing the Embassy if he will not be present at the interview that he is aware of the pregnancy and still supports the fiancee.

This is difficult in Bangkok and other Embassies where the USC is forbidden from entering for the interview. If you cannot attend the interview or the Embassy does not permit you entrance, then make sure you have an affidavit prepared in advanced stating you are aware she is pregnant and still will support her application, notarized and have your fiancee present it at the interview.


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As mentioned the pregnancy will be reported from the medical. I believe it is tested for in case it is not obvious and not revealed.

In one case posted here the Embassy officer did not care that the USC was the father, he asked the questions:

1) Are you aware your fiancee is pregnant?

The poster replied yes it is my baby. Officer did not care.

2) Officer asks do you still support this woman's petition?

The USC replied yes. So she was approved.

What is important is that the USC send a letter informing the Embassy if he will not be present at the interview that he is aware of the pregnancy and still supports the fiancee.

This is difficult in Bangkok and other Embassies where the USC is forbidden from entering for the interview. If you cannot attend the interview or the Embassy does not permit you entrance, then make sure you have an affidavit prepared in advanced stating you are aware she is pregnant and still will support her application, notarized and have your fiancee present it at the interview.

She lives in Russia. Will it be a different matter?

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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As mentioned the pregnancy will be reported from the medical. I believe it is tested for in case it is not obvious and not revealed.

In one case posted here the Embassy officer did not care that the USC was the father, he asked the questions:

1) Are you aware your fiancee is pregnant?

The poster replied yes it is my baby. Officer did not care.

2) Officer asks do you still support this woman's petition?

The USC replied yes. So she was approved.

What is important is that the USC send a letter informing the Embassy if he will not be present at the interview that he is aware of the pregnancy and still supports the fiancee.

This is difficult in Bangkok and other Embassies where the USC is forbidden from entering for the interview. If you cannot attend the interview or the Embassy does not permit you entrance, then make sure you have an affidavit prepared in advanced stating you are aware she is pregnant and still will support her application, notarized and have your fiancee present it at the interview.

I totally agree with Audy_Rob!

At the medical, the fiancee can have a chest x-ray taken as long as there is a protective blanket they will put around the belly portion. Once, the medical clinic found that she is pregnant they will require that you have a notarized affidavit that you are accepting her pregnancy and that you are still willing to pursue your petition.


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I totally agree with Audy_Rob!

At the medical, the fiancee can have a chest x-ray taken as long as there is a protective blanket they will put around the belly portion. Once, the medical clinic found that she is pregnant they will require that you have a notarized affidavit that you are accepting her pregnancy and that you are still willing to pursue your petition.

Wow... you guys are better than the lawyers. Thanks for your help.

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CONGRATS on the baby though!!! :)


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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She lives in Russia. Will it be a different matter?

Actually, yes, the Consulate or Embassy might handle it differently. She will not be denied a Visa just because she is pregnant. But I would expect all American Embassies to have instructed the Consular Officers to make sure the Petitioner is aware of the pregnancy and still supports the Fiancee.

The petitioner is allowed to withdraw support for the Alien beneficiaries Visa application. So the Embassy might handle it differently, but I do not know how. I just wanted you to know of two cases I have read here.

She will not be denied if you still agree to support her. A notarized affidavit should be sufficient. Perhaps if your petition has reached the Embassy, you can send an email requesting how they want to handle the situation.

Good luck and Congratulations


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