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Fiance's son living in another country...

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You file for a K2 as normal, there is no requirement to live together.

Someone will need to accompany the child to Manila for the medical and interview (though there may not be an interview, depending on age of child).


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Have you filed I-129F yet? What did you indicate as residency address in part 2 of the form, I would use a Philippines address, as residency to ensure K-1 and K-2 interviews happen in came consulate to avoid any confusions.


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This situation is quite common in the Philippines.

If she does't plan to return to the Philippines for her Visa interview then just make sure that the NVC understands they will interview at different Embassies.

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Right now she is living in the Philippines with her family and son. She is considering going back to her old job in Dubai. We have not filed the K-1 yet, but I am basically just holding off until I get some advice. If she can go back to Manila when her interview comes up with her son, and it won't cause any problems with her visa approval then that would be best, but I am not familiar with the rules.

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Right now she is living in the Philippines with her family and son. She is considering going back to her old job in Dubai. We have not filed the K-1 yet, but I am basically just holding off until I get some advice. If she can go back to Manila when her interview comes up with her son, and it won't cause any problems with her visa approval then that would be best, but I am not familiar with the rules.

Note about Dubai, police certs are only available if actually residing there, cannot get them when not and back in Philippines, so if interviewed in PI then forget about the police certs, and they consulate will not request them because they cannot be got.

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She has actually already obtained her police clearances from Dubai from the time that she lived there before.

They are valid only 1 year, so may be out of date by time of visa interview, but again this will not matter.

Just letting you know ahead of time, from time to time I see panicked posts about not being able to get a police cert from Dubai.


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They are valid only 1 year, so may be out of date by time of visa interview, but again this will not matter.

Just letting you know ahead of time, from time to time I see panicked posts about not being able to get a police cert from Dubai.

This is correct for countries in which the visa applicant currently lives. There is no such expiration issue when no longer a resident of a country from which the police certificate was obtained. In those cases, the police report should have been issued no later than one year prior to leaving the country.


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