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G 325 A for fiancee's son

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I don't believe you need a separate G-325A or passport photos for the child.

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Children Have Derivative Status

The child of a fiancé(e) may receive a derivative K-2 visa from his/her parent’s fiancé(e) petition. You, the American citizen petitioner, must make sure that you name the child in the I-129F petition. After the marriage of the child’s parent and the American citizen, the child will need a separate form I-485 Application to Register Permanent Residence or to Adjust Status. The child may travel with (accompany) the K-1 parent/fiancé(e) or travel later (follow-to-join) within one year from the date of issuance of the K-1 visa to his/her parent. A separate petition is not required if the children accompany or follow the alien fiancé(e) within one year from the date of issuance of the K-1 visa. If it is longer than one year from the date of visa issuance, a separate immigrant visa petition is required.


23Jan2010 "V" mailed I-129F (USPO return recp't & certified mail)

25Jan2010 NOA1 (website), 01Feb2010 via snail mail

26Jan2010 USPO return receipt received

27Jan2010 Check cashed

26Feb2010 NOA2 (website), 04Mar2010 via snail mail

06Mar2010 Petition received at NVC (website), 10Mar2010 via snail mail

17Mar2010 "Packet 3" received from Sydney Consulate (via email only)

24Mar2010 "L&V" mailed DS-230 to Sydney Consulate(sent from the US - certified mail)

_________| no activity for 26 days since "L" is still in the US. (we didn't expect the paperwork would flow so smoothly and quickly).

18Apr2010 "L" returned to Australia

19Apr2010 "L" - finger-printed & requested for police certificate

21Apr2010 "L" medical exam

23Apr2010 Police certificate received

30Apr2010 Medical results

01May2010 "L" Sent DS-1076 form + entire packet "ready for interview" to Sydney Consulate

10May2010 "Packet 4" received from Sydney Consulate (via email only)

25May2010 Interview

01Jun2010 Visa Received In-hand

28Jul2010 PoE San Francisco, California

02Aug2010 Tied the knot!!

_________ AOS (waiting for marriage certificate to file with I485/131/765/486)

"No lawyers were involved (or harmed) in this K-1 process"

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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I am in process of filing I-129 F for my fiancee and her son. Do I need to file a seperate G-325 Form for her son? Do I need to attach photographs of her son? Please help me to clarify.

NO.... just needs to be "named" on the petition... that is all


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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I am in process of filing I-129 F for my fiancee and her son. Do I need to file a seperate G-325 Form for her son? Do I need to attach photographs of her son? Please help me to clarify.

Technically, you're only filing the I-129F for your fiancee. You can't actually petition for her son because you're not related to him. His eligibility will be derived from hers, presuming he's unmarried and under 21 years old. The only thing you'll need to do is ensure that her son is listed in part B, section 13 on the I-129F. When the petition gets to the consulate then your fiancee will submit a visa application for her son.

Edited by JimVaPhuong

12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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I am in process of filing I-129 F for my fiancee and her son. Do I need to file a seperate G-325 Form for her son? Do I need to attach photographs of her son? Please help me to clarify.

No. Neither.

You WILL need them for the AOS after he arrives and you WILL need photos for the visa, but not for the petition. The ONLY thing you need to do now is list the names of all children oin the I-129f. ALL children, regardless of age and if they will come to the US must be listed on the I-129f.


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