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I have been thinking and not see this ever talked about it has been a month now since got noa1 and next month going for another visit and was wondering if sveta was to get pregnant would it have any bearing on the visa ? or should i jush keep mouth shut or could it speed things some as i should have the right to have my child born in country i wish and have the better doctors and treatment while she is pregnant




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It will not speed up the process. USCIC are not bothered where offspring are born. If you do a search you will find several discussions on this topic.


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I have been thinking and not see this ever talked about it has been a month now since got noa1 and next month going for another visit and was wondering if sveta was to get pregnant would it have any bearing on the visa ? or should i jush keep mouth shut or could it speed things some as i should have the right to have my child born in country i wish and have the better doctors and treatment while she is pregnant

Right to what, again?

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It won't speed things up; if you want her pregnancy and delivery to happen in the USA, abstain or take precautions.

In fact, it can slow things down as some consulates will want to wait for the birth of the child and subsequent DNA test to confirm paternity before issuing a visa to mom and US passport to baby. If the child is born before the visa is issued to mom, it'll also increase your household size for the affidavit of support.


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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I have been thinking and not see this ever talked about it has been a month now since got noa1 and next month going for another visit and was wondering if sveta was to get pregnant would it have any bearing on the visa ? or should i jush keep mouth shut or could it speed things some as i should have the right to have my child born in country i wish and have the better doctors and treatment while she is pregnant

It is discussed about 657 times per week in the K-1 forum and I susupect fully 1/3 of fiancees are pregnant before they arrive. It makes NO DIFFERENCE in the visa for your fiancee.

You have a right to have your child born here by using birth control until she arrives. Your child would be a US citizen wherever born. The child's mother is NOT, the child's mother is not in the jurisdiction of the US and has no US rights.

It CAN make a difference for your plans. If born before the visa is issued the child has a claim to US citizenship and CANNOT be issued a visa. You must do a CRBA at the consulate for the child and get the child a US passport. It would also add to your family size. Often a pregnancy can delay the arrival of a fiancee because she cannot travel during the last few weeks or whatver her doctor says, then you are back to registering the birth abroad.Some countries require DNA testing for children (I am not aware of Ukraine doing this) Suffice to say that her getting pregnant may DELAY your process but it would never speed it along.

There really is no way for you to take an action that would expedite the visa.

have a nice trip.


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It won't speed things up; if you want her pregnancy and delivery to happen in the USA, abstain or take precautions.

In fact, it can slow things down as some consulates will want to wait for the birth of the child and subsequent DNA test to confirm paternity before issuing a visa to mom and US passport to baby. If the child is born before the visa is issued to mom, it'll also increase your household size for the affidavit of support.

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