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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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all the packet 3 and packet 4 documents.

is this a 'follow to join' interview,

or a joint K1/K2 ?

There's also a medical exam, but that's age-specific for a child.


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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so it's the same documents for the K-1... There will be some differences in filling them out, but it's the same set of documents. You know where to find forms? yes?


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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Thailand
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Depending on the marriage (was there one ?) or nationality of the father (was he a US Citizen) you might or might not need an additional document from the father granting sole custody and permission to take the child to the US permanently.

If you never married the father (Philippines ONLY) and the father is not a US Citizen, then I do not thinnk you will need a custody document (again Philippines only).


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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Depending on the marriage (was there one ?) or nationality of the father (was he a US Citizen) you might or might not need an additional document from the father granting sole custody and permission to take the child to the US permanently.

If you never married the father (Philippines ONLY) and the father is not a US Citizen, then I do not thinnk you will need a custody document (again Philippines only).

not married and his father's name was not listed on my son's birth certificate. :-)

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i just read this thread... i have a question.. i have my son too ... i just wonder how the medical goes with you and your son... my son is only 6 years old.. and i wonder if we both undergo medical exam together in the same time or not.. im worried because he is just a kid who loves to play ..run ,talk,sing and play anything like "at home" if i go ahead of him, can i take him during my turn?nobody will look after him if not... :(:wacko:

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