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Got Pack 3 - Now wot do I send in and what do I bring to interview?

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Hi....

Yeap...finally got the pack 3 off wonderful future husband....and filling out the addresses lived at since I was 16....geez...I cant remember some of them...so not sure what to do with that.....Now they want this form back ASAP....yeah no worries....

but as for them other forms....including affidavit of support that fiance fills out....do I send them or bring them along to interview...as they are requesting original birth marriage certs etc...?

I know there is a helpful link to all this but I cant find it....

and one more question....

if my son who is 17 doesnt come over with me this time...can he come over later...even after he turns 18 under similiar status as my other 2 kids?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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if my son who is 17 doesnt come over with me this time...can he come over later...even after he turns 18 under similiar status as my other 2 kids?

For up to one year after your K-1 is issued he can follow-to-join as a K-2....


YMMV

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Australia
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Thanks for your answer....but...

Should I be getting his medical/police report etc?

He is about to be recruited for the Navy so, Im in two minds on weather to pay for his medical $440, police report $156, flight to sydney to be interviewed etc....and in the end he will be in the Aussie Navy and wont be coming to live with us anyway....but....I dont want my son not being able to come live with me (even if he is 22) when he wants.... :blush:

I was thinking Ill just leave him off all the forms etc and he can apply later if needed...if he is able to ....

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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Thanks for your answer....but...

Should I be getting his medical/police report etc?

He is about to be recruited for the Navy so, Im in two minds on weather to pay for his medical $440, police report $156, flight to sydney to be interviewed etc....and in the end he will be in the Aussie Navy and wont be coming to live with us anyway....but....I dont want my son not being able to come live with me (even if he is 22) when he wants.... :blush:

I was thinking Ill just leave him off all the forms etc and he can apply later if needed...if he is able to ....

He only needs medical and PC if he is getting a visa (medical is only valid for 6 mos.)... when/if he decides then get it done. Don't waste your money until you need it.

If he is past the one year mark, then if the stepparent/stepchild relationship between him and your USC spouse occurs BEFORE he turns 18, then your USC spouse can petition for him.... if it occurs after he turns 18, then you can petition for him, but it will take several years to wait for an available visa number (or you will have to consider becoming a USC (when eligible) to possibly speed it up).


YMMV

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