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Fresh-mint USC, with wife and new-born baby

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OK my situation is a bit complicated:

In 2007 when I was still LPR, we filed greecard application for my wife who lives outside of the US.

In March 2010 her I-130 got approved and cased moved to NVC.

In April 2010 we had a baby boy.

In May NVC informed us for DS-3032, I-864 and DS-230.

I have updated NVC on the new addition of the family member, and paid AOS fee and IV fees ($70 + $400 + $400) for both of them.

Now I am getting all the civil documents to sent along w/ DS-230 (not yet)

Several days ago I became USC, and since then I have been studying this all related topics of how to "upgrade" our case, and all the problems associated with it, :(

So based on my understanding, there are two things that I need to do:

1. Call NVC, send them my naturalization certificate to change the visa category of my wife's case.

2. Need to file another I-130 for my son to USCIS, and wait for I-130 approval.

Is that correct? Anything else should I do? Thank you very much.

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