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I-130- BRINGING STEPCHILDREN TO US

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Filed: IR-2 Country: Philippines
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First off- Thank you heaven for this site!

We are presently on the NVC stage, and we haven't gotten the affidavit from the father to allow 2 children to permanently reside in the US.

I am the biological mother, divorced (not annulled)from the father of my children. The stepdad has petitioned for them. The divorce papers granted joint custody, and they are presently residing with him.

Will a notarized letter be sufficient, both for NVC and the consulate?

The father is somewhat difficult to deal with, which I understand.

Anyone has any inputs/experiences regarding this? We will truly appreciate it. Thanks so much!

ezzie

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
Timeline

I went through the process and had the parental rights removed via a court order.

The biological parent was in another country and could care less about helping or being involved.

Once he heard the rights were removed he still showed no concern or problem.


Met My Soul Mate Rina in Korea on November 30, 2008.

1st TRIP to PI on June 14, 2009.

Spent a week at Bluewater Resort in Cebu - Ecellent time- Highly Recommended

2nd TRIP to PI on Oct 2009.

Started first attempt at annulment - scammed by bad Attorney Carillo (my opinion)

Spent time at Flushing Meadows - Not as advertized in Bahol

Spent time at Waterfront down town Cebu - To Expensive and To upper class for this country boy but we had fun.

3rd TRIP to PI to see my Baby Ko again in Dec 2009.

Spent time in Manila and then Iligan.

Jan 2010 - Discovered annulment papers were fraudelent.

Hired another attorney from Davo- thanks to this site. Dimples Dulay - Great, awesome, Highly Recommended

4th TRIP to PI In April 2010

Filed more papers for annulement - Progressing well

Have the next Trip planned for August 2010 - Fingers crossed

Annulment Complete - May 2010

K1 Process Changed - June 2010 - trying to find out what changed.

5th TRIP to PI in August 2010.

Filed packet with USCIS - August 2010.

NOA1 Received Sept 12, 2010

Touched - Oct 3, 2010

6th TRIP to PI again December 2010.

7th TRIP to PI again May 2011

RFE - April 1, 2011 - Proof of divorce from X wife

RFE Response mailed - April 4, 2011

RFE Acknowledged by USCIS - April 25, 2011 - RFE review status

NOA 2 - April 26, 2011

NVC - April 26 In, April 29 Fwd Manila.

8th Trip to PI to see my Mahal Ko - May 12

Physical - June 7

Interview - June 15 - Good Interview - on hold awaiting documentation - NBI married name.

July 26 - Visa Approved

- August 7 possible plane ticket

- August 13 Wedding Dallas Texas

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I went through the process and had the parental rights removed via a court order.

The biological parent was in another country and could care less about helping or being involved.

Once he heard the rights were removed he still showed no concern or problem.

Thanks you so much for your reply.

I couldn't do a court order removing his rights, though, as the father is actively involved with the children. I spoke to his assistant last night, and i was told the father would be willing to sign a letter allowing them to go, but would not allow absolution of parental rights. I was told to email them a draft that they could sign and send to us here, so I can submit it with the packet. It was such a relief just knowing he will sign.

Is there a draft I can find here that the NVC and consulate will approve?

Is there anyone else who had such a dilemna, and was able to breeze through just by an affidavit signed by the other party?

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