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my fiance is pregnant, and I'd like to know how complicated is the process for the birth registration for new born in Ukraine with the Ukraine gov. Will they give me an option to give my baby two names like we do in USA "first and middle name"

I also like to know if somebody here had to change embassy for k-1 interview, we might want my fiance to go to another country to study Spanish and get the interview at the US embassy in that particular country (she would be there as a student with student visa) also we'd like to do that so our baby born in a roman alphabet country. any advise or anything to share would be appreciated

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Except that middle names are usually based on the first name of the father (patrynomic) the process of naming a child is the same. You can choose any name you want.

Since the child has a US citizen parent you will do a certificate of registered birth abroad (CRBA) with the consulate and receive a "birth certificate" in English and a US passport for the child, as well as a BC in Ukrainian. I do not understand the fear of the Cyrillic alphabet, the name is whatever you give him and children in Ukraine have every sort of name just as children here do. I suppose men named "Jody" are a bit less common, but there is certainly the Cyrillic equivilent in spelling.

If you have not filed the petition yet and your fiancee is legally residing in Spain you can specify her address there and "VOILA!" it will happen. If you have already filed the petition then you have to wait until it is sent to Ukraine and request they forward it to Spain.

In fact, given tat the mother is Ukrainian I would WANT the child to have a Ukrainian birth certificate as opposed to a Spanish one. While the child will always have a claim to Ukrainian citizenship also (unless they change their laws) it is a lot easier if the child just has a Ukrainian BC

Your post makes it appear that you just want to get her out of a country that uses a different alphabet.


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Except that middle names are usually based on the first name of the father (patrynomic) the process of naming a child is the same. You can choose any name you want.

According to what I see so far my babies would have only "1st name and last name", cuz patronomic name is not a middle name.

Since the child has a US citizen parent you will do a certificate of registered birth abroad (CRBA) with the consulate and receive a "birth certificate" in English and a US passport for the child, as well as a BC in Ukrainian. I do not understand the fear of the Cyrillic alphabet, the name is whatever you give him and children in Ukraine have every sort of name just as children here do. I suppose men named "Jody" are a bit less common, but there is certainly the Cyrillic equivilent in spelling.

Is not the alphabet, is due to the fact that my fiance is by her self in the city where she lives, if I go there to help her I won't be able to do much, cuz of language barrier. She's telling me that our babies won't have my last name cuz we're not married. So, if she goes to Spain, I can give babies my last name, I have family there where she can stay with, she can study spanish (she's teacher of english and knows a lot of spanish language), I can help her on everything as far as docs for BC and everything.

If you have not filed the petition yet and your fiancee is legally residing in Spain you can specify her address there and "VOILA!" it will happen. If you have already filed the petition then you have to wait until it is sent to Ukraine and request they forward it to Spain.

Yes I have already filed and is sitting somewhere in Vermont office.

In fact, given that the mother is Ukrainian I would WANT the child to have a Ukrainian birth certificate as opposed to a Spanish one. While the child will always have a claim to Ukrainian citizenship also (unless they change their laws) it is a lot easier if the child just has a Ukrainian BC

Will she be able to register babies in UA embassy in spain to get a UA BC? will babies be able to have a UA Citizenship. I thought that UA gov won't allow to have 2citizenships to Ukrainian citizens.

Your post makes it appear that you just want to get her out of a country that uses a different alphabet.

Not afraid of alphabet but the right of a baby to have a middle name is not given in UA, and of course I want my babies to have my last name and middle names. My fiancee is afraid to ask anybody over there how to do things, I don't know why but I feel like she can't stand people or she's just afraid of Ukrainians, so please help. I'd like to know where to go or ask in UA as far as registering my babies born out of wedlock in UA and how they handle new born babies to foreign fathers, will I be able to give them my last name? I'm planning on being there when they born, but if this is too complicated then I want her and she also wants to leave UA, also I think as a result of the stress of waiting for k-1 and doing all the papers I got diagnose with stress, that would also be a reason to go to spain just relax in a place where we can be together waiting to give birth.

Any info for UA Gov agencies that would know how this things work would be appreciated.

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