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Hello everyone!!

Just a thought, How long would my wife have after we are married in The U.S.A. to bring her child here, She will come first and then bring him later

He is included on all paper work and also will be part of the interview, She is from China.

Thanks for any input or Suggetstion if any one here has done this

Len

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Hello everyone!!

Just a thought, How long would my wife have after we are married in The U.S.A. to bring her child here, She will come first and then bring him later

He is included on all paper work and also will be part of the interview, She is from China.

Thanks for any input or Suggetstion if any one here has done this

Len

The easy way is to get both visas at the same time and then they each have six months to get here. If she comes right away, he can just get on a plane before the visa expires. If you want more time than that, then he can obtain his visa within 12 months of when she obtains hers. It's called "Follow to join". You just inform the Consulate in Guangzhou that's your plan and when ready, you proceed. If you need more time than that and the child is under 18 when you marry, you can use a different process to delay until the child is about 20.


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IF they both interview together, same day, then HE will have about 6 months to travel.

IF on interview day, he is NOT INTERVIEWED, but arrangements are MADE then and there for a 'follow-to-join K-2 casefile'

then he'll have an interview later - but

To the best of my knowledge - he has 1 year between the time his mother has her visa

to the time of his interview.

I could be wrong on that, it may be 1 year to arrive in USA, spiked from the mother's interview date.

What's up with the 'F-1 Visa designation' ??

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The easy way is to get both visas at the same time and then they each have six months to get here. If she comes right away, he can just get on a plane before the visa expires. If you want more time than that, then he can obtain his visa within 12 months of when she obtains hers. It's called "Follow to join". You just inform the Consulate in Guangzhou that's your plan and when ready, you proceed. If you need more time than that and the child is under 18 when you marry, you can use a different process to delay until the child is about 20.

Ok Thanks That is A great Help

Len

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IF they both interview together, same day, then HE will have about 6 months to travel.

IF on interview day, he is NOT INTERVIEWED, but arrangements are MADE then and there for a 'follow-to-join K-2 casefile'

then he'll have an interview later - but

To the best of my knowledge - he has 1 year between the time his mother has her visa

to the time of his interview.

I could be wrong on that, it may be 1 year to arrive in USA, spiked from the mother's interview date.

What's up with the 'F-1 Visa designation' ??

Thanks

the F-1 Is Id ont know why but it is suppose to be K-1 I corrected it on here but it keeps coming up F-1

My Fiance want to leave her son for a few yeaars I have been trying to convince her to bring him But she feels that she will not be able to have time for him here as she want to attend school and get her certification as a nurse here first She has been a nurse in china for 15 years and has taught herself English to read and write So we are just checking our options thanks again

Len

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