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K1 visa: fiancee has kids, not filing K2, how do I disclose that info?

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Hi all,

Just got our NOA2 last week and was checking out the requirements for paperwork the consult requires. One section states:

If you have one or more children not listed on the visa petition, or a current pregnancy, or a prior undisclosed

marriage even if the marriage has now been terminated, or are currently afflicted with a contagious or

communicable disease of public health significance, you must be prepared to present a notarized letter from the

petitioner stating he/she is aware of the discrepancies between the facts stated on the petition and your actual

personal circumstances, and still wishes to proceed with the proposed marriage.

All our paperwork says "none" for the sections where you list kids for K2, because the kids are going to stay with the grandparents (who mostly raised them) in the Philippines.

Should I include this information in with the letter of intent to marry, or should I write a separate document and get it notarized by itself?

Thanks for your help!

-Stew

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Filed: IR-2 Country: Philippines
Timeline

Hi all,

Just got our NOA2 last week and was checking out the requirements for paperwork the consult requires. One section states:

If you have one or more children not listed on the visa petition, or a current pregnancy, or a prior undisclosed

marriage even if the marriage has now been terminated, or are currently afflicted with a contagious or

communicable disease of public health significance, you must be prepared to present a notarized letter from the

petitioner stating he/she is aware of the discrepancies between the facts stated on the petition and your actual

personal circumstances, and still wishes to proceed with the proposed marriage.

All our paperwork says "none" for the sections where you list kids for K2, because the kids are going to stay with the grandparents (who mostly raised them) in the Philippines.

Should I include this information in with the letter of intent to marry, or should I write a separate document and get it notarized by itself?

Thanks for your help!

-Stew

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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i say include it with the DS-230.


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