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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Hi to everyone, I am a Filipina getting married soon to a US Citizen . I am divorce and have a 13 yr old daughter (dual citizen ,Japanese/Filipino ).

We are wondering what is the fastest way to do the Fiancee Visa or CR1 ?But correct me if im wrong ,i understand that if we do the fiancee visa my daughter will not come to me at the same time? I don't want my daughter to be left here Philippines , if we get marrried here and do the CR1 is it possible that me and my daughter can go to US at the same time ? One thing more ,do i need a permission to my ex husband for my daughter's travelling ?We have no more communication ,i don't know where he is .Please help ... Your inputs are gladly appreciated.Thanks in advance .God bless . . .


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1992 = First time we met in the Philippines

2008 = Got connected again thru FS

March 2009 = Saw each other again after 17 yrs. (Philippines) (Two old friends meet again ,wearin' older faces talk about the places they've been... sing )

September 2009 = Engaged / Proposed in person (Philippines)

USCIS

Nov 30, 2010 = Sent I-129F

Dec 02, 2011 = USCIS received

Dec 06, 2011 = NOA

Dec 09,2011 = Touched

May 06, 2011 =NOA2

DOS

May 16 = NVC rceived

May 17 = NVC left

May 20 = USEM received (tracked thru DHL)

May 24 = Jap PC applied ( 7 weeks )

June 1 = Case entered to USEM system

June 21-23 = SLMEC/Passed

July 8 = Interview / Approved

July 13 = Jap PC picked up / sent to USEM (07/15 = Jap PC delivered to USEM) ( 07/29 = Visa printed )

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Hi to everyone, I am a Filipina getting married soon to a US Citizen . I am divorce and have a 13 yr old daughter (dual citizen ,Japanese/Filipino ).

We are wondering what is the fastest way to do the Fiancee Visa or CR1 ?But correct me if im wrong ,i understand that if we do the fiancee visa my daughter will not come to me at the same time? I don't want my daughter to be left here Philippines , if we get marrried here and do the CR1 is it possible that me and my daughter can go to US at the same time ? One thing more ,do i need a permission to my ex husband for my daughter's travelling ?We have no more communication ,i don't know where he is .Please help ... Your inputs are gladly appreciated.Thanks in advance .God bless . . .

If you apply for a K-1 then your daughter can apply for a K-2 at the same time..... You future USC husband includes your daughter on the petition and after it is approved you and your daughter can apply for a visa at the same time. The same is also true if you get married and apply for a CR-1. Your future USC husband simply submits two I-130 petitions, one for you and one for her.

As for permission for your daughter... it is a country thing and you need a PI specific answer.


YMMV

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