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My fiancee is pregnant. Is she still required to do all the shots?

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Hello everyone,

My fiancee is 2 months pregnant and filed the petition on July 10, 2010. Does she have to go through the check up and require to take all the shots needed? I just want her to be here before 6 months. Please let me know.

Thanks guys.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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When I went to the medical, there was a pregnant lady next to me and she was exempted from taking the shots.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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She won't need to take most shots (she can do these in the USA for AOS if suitable), and won't need to do an x-ray. However, 6 months for the visa process, while possible, is very quick. Since she is already 2 months pregnant, and won't be able to fly when heavily pregnnt, you may want to look into her delivering in her home country.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Colombia
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Hello everyone,

My fiancee is 2 months pregnant and filed the petition on July 10, 2010. Does she have to go through the check up and require to take all the shots needed? I just want her to be here before 6 months. Please let me know.

Thanks guys.

You are just shy of filing three months after I did and I have yet to see my NOA2 (and expect about a 2-3 month wait for an interview to be scheduled once I do). You'd be wise to have a Plan B in place because there is no guarantee that she'll have an interview, let alone a visa, in her hands within 6 months.

Good luck!


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Feb. 12, 2016 - Sent N-400 to USCIS (3-year rule)

Feb. 19, 2016 - NOA1

Mar. 14, 2016 - Biometrics

June 2, 2016 - Interview - Recommended for Approval

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You are just shy of filing three months after I did and I have yet to see my NOA2 (and expect about a 2-3 month wait for an interview to be scheduled once I do). You'd be wise to have a Plan B in place because there is no guarantee that she'll have an interview, let alone a visa, in her hands within 6 months.

Good luck!

well maybe in your place but in california it only takes 5-6 months :)

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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well maybe in your place but in california it only takes 5-6 months :)

If she goes through with the interview while pregnant, she will need a statement from you, probably should be notarized, stating 1) you are aware she is pregnant and 2) you still support her application for the K-1 visa.

Good luck.


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Colombia
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well maybe in your place but in california it only takes 5-6 months :)

I wish you luck but, remember, you are dealing with Uncle Sam..

1) The 5-6 months is a goal, not a guarantee, and only includes the USCIS part. Your consulate (unknown) could add 4-5 months if it is one of the slower ones;

2) "My" place (VSC) is actually running a couple weeks ahead of "your" place (CSC) on K1s at the moment but every case is different;

3) If you find yourself in a situation where she gets the visa but can't travel or she doesn't have the visa yet and is about to give birth, you'll have to make a decision whether to marry her in her country first because, as I understand it, the burden of proof to pass along US citizenship to the child through the father via CRBA when the couple is unmarried is higher than when married. In either case, only you can file for it at the embassy and, if still unmarried, it may take longer than the remaining validity period of her K1. If you do, it's a whole other ballgame.

Just some things to think about. Again, good luck...


N-400

Feb. 12, 2016 - Sent N-400 to USCIS (3-year rule)

Feb. 19, 2016 - NOA1

Mar. 14, 2016 - Biometrics

June 2, 2016 - Interview - Recommended for Approval

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