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Is there any way for the US Citizen to bring his son and daughter to the US?

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Hi all;

Is there any way for a US Citizen to bring his son and daughter to the US as a visitor?

I am a US citizen. My children are living abroad with their mom. They are 11 and 12. Can I get a visitor visa for them(or any non-immigrant visa which is given easily). Is it possible or the only way is petition?

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Hi all;

Is there any way for a US Citizen to bring his son and daughter to the US as a visitor?

I am a US citizen. My children are living abroad with their mom. They are 11 and 12. Can I get a visitor visa for them(or any non-immigrant visa which is given easily). Is it possible or the only way is petition?

Thanks;

Are the children your biological children and therefore USC's as well?


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if the children ur biological children just take them to the emmbassy an get them a US PASSPORT they should be USC as well.. make sure u carry they birth paper or any other ducs to prof that u or they biological father..

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Do you meet the 5 year rule for USC ? IF SO - stop mucking about, get CRBA (Consulate Record of Birth Abroad) for yer children in 'that' country, asap.


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Are the children your biological children and therefore USC's as well?

Yes, They are my biological children. I have been US citizen since October 2008. I would like to bring them here for summer holidays. Officially, they are with their mom. Mom is OK for visiting me in US.

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Do you meet the 5 year rule for USC ? IF SO - stop mucking about, get CRBA (Consulate Record of Birth Abroad) for yer children in 'that' country, asap.

I have been US citizen since October 2008. I would like to bring them here for summer holidays. Officially, they are with their mom. They are 11 and 12 years old. If I meet 5 year rule, can I get CRBA, even if I become a citizen after they were born?

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I have been US citizen since October 2008. I would like to bring them here for summer holidays. Officially, they are with their mom. They are 11 and 12 years old. If I meet 5 year rule, can I get CRBA, even if I become a citizen after they were born?

Sorry... you were not eligible to pass on citizenship via parentage at the time they were born... you will need to apply for tourist visas for them in order for them to visit


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Sorry... you were not eligible to pass on citizenship via parentage at the time they were born... you will need to apply for tourist visas for them in order for them to visit

Thanks for reply. Besides, Embassies don't give non-immigrant(tourist, student etc.) visa for green card holder's family members. Is it also same for citizen's family? DO you have any information and/or resource for that?

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Thanks for reply. Besides, Embassies don't give non-immigrant(tourist, student etc.) visa for green card holder's family members. Is it also same for citizen's family? DO you have any information and/or resource for that?

This isn't true. There are plenty of examples that contradict this statement. As long as the applicant is not ineligible for some reason, and if they are able to prove they will return to their home country, they have a good chance of receiving tourist visa. If they don't have a job and/or significant ties to their home country they will likely not receive a visa.


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