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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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My wife has been in the US for about 7 months. We have applied for her AoS, but we haven't received it yet. We are excited though because we are expecting our first child (honeymoon baby). Her mother would like to come to the US for the delivery, but we are not really sure how to help her join us for the joyous occasion.

My wife and her mother are Filipino citizens. Her mother is currently in New Zealand working. Please help with any information that can help make our first child's birth as wonderful as possible by having her mother be present. Thanks for your help.

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My wife has been in the US for about 7 months. We have applied for her AoS, but we haven't received it yet. We are excited though because we are expecting our first child (honeymoon baby). Her mother would like to come to the US for the delivery, but we are not really sure how to help her join us for the joyous occasion.

My wife and her mother are Filipino citizens. Her mother is currently in New Zealand working. Please help with any information that can help make our first child's birth as wonderful as possible by having her mother be present. Thanks for your help.

Congratulations!

I think it will not hurt if you (US citizen) describe the situation in notarized Invitation Letter for your in-law so that she can present it to the VO during her interview for tourist visa at the consulate.

I'm not sure if this will really help her to get the visa approved in lieu of other documentation trying to prove she will not stay here, but mgiht be considered as an additional evidence. Good luck!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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What is the benefit of notarisation, just wondering.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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have her talk to her boss in new zealand, they can do alot to help her get approved without them it is estremely rare for a filipino to be approved to come to usa unless they have alot of assets back in the philippines,,good luck

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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I agree.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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How can a Boss in New Zeland help with a US visa? Is the help in the form of filling out the paper work? The MIL MUST qualifiy on her own merits.

job letter shows she has a reason to return home and not running away


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job letter shows she has a reason to return home and not running away

99%f the people who had a job did run away an overstayed in the US. Having a job was what did qualify them for a visa. So having a job letter doesnt assure the CO that the visitor will get back on the plane when it is time to go home.

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Jamaica
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99%f the people who had a job did run away an overstayed in the US. Having a job was what did qualify them for a visa. So having a job letter doesnt assure the CO that the visitor will get back on the plane when it is time to go home.

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Philippines
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Thanks for all of the great feedback everyone. One of my wife's questions is whether or not her mother will need to return to Philippines in order to have her visa interview or if it would be possible to get it scheduled at the US embassy in New Zealand. I did some looking online and I couldn't figure out the right answer. Does anyone know the answer?

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Thanks for all of the great feedback everyone. One of my wife's questions is whether or not her mother will need to return to Philippines in order to have her visa interview or if it would be possible to get it scheduled at the US embassy in New Zealand. I did some looking online and I couldn't figure out the right answer. Does anyone know the answer?

Does she have the legal rights to be in New Zeland as a resident, if so then she can apply at the US embassy in NZ. If she only has a tourist visa then she will need to return home to apply.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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The mother applies for a tourist visa at the US Embassy in New Zealand.

She must qualify on her own. Understand what that means, take some time to review the various US Embassy's web pages about tourist visa requirements.


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