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i asked this question and search million times but cant find the answer.. i called military hotline but they arent helpful.. my kids got approved for k2 visa. they will be here next week. my husband is AirForce, he got his orders to go Ramstein,Germany on December. right after his Graduation for this Tech. School in Goodfellow, Texas.. i have my greencard, Ap/EAD combo card.. my concerns are

1.does my kids can go with us in Germany? even they dont have greencard yet or advance parole

2. cann we apply for adjustment of status in Germany for the kids?

3.what are the requiremnts we need, if ever we can go with my husband in germany?

PLEASE help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :crying:

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i asked this question and search million times but cant find the answer.. i called military hotline but they arent helpful.. my kids got approved for k2 visa. they will be here next week. my husband is AirForce, he got his orders to go Ramstein,Germany on December. right after his Graduation for this Tech. School in Goodfellow, Texas.. i have my greencard, Ap/EAD combo card.. my concerns are

1.does my kids can go with us in Germany? even they dont have greencard yet or advance parole

2. cann we apply for adjustment of status in Germany for the kids?

3.what are the requiremnts we need, if ever we can go with my husband in germany?

PLEASE help me!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :crying:

Your Husband need to make an appointment with s US Air Force Lawyer to get answers. I suspect he will have to legally adopt your kids in order for them to be recognized by the US Air Force as legal dependents and be entered into the DEERS System. Good Luck and GOD Bless Mr Pangga :)


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The above is incorrect, he just has to get them command sponsored. They are dependents of his due to being married to you. He has to go to the Military Personnel Flight (MPF). He will also have to get them cleared medically to go to germany with you both (and you will need a medical clearance too). You will have to file for adjustement of status for the kids before you leave. They need to adjust status so they dont drop out of the DEERS system. The adjustment of status allows them to get a SSN so they wont drop out of the DEERS system after awhile. They will need a green card or if you dont do that, you will have to reapply for them before coming back to the US.


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The above is incorrect, he just has to get them command sponsored. They are dependents of his due to being married to you. He has to go to the Military Personnel Flight (MPF). He will also have to get them cleared medically to go to germany with you both (and you will need a medical clearance too). You will have to file for adjustement of status for the kids before you leave. They need to adjust status so they dont drop out of the DEERS system. The adjustment of status allows them to get a SSN so they wont drop out of the DEERS system after awhile. They will need a green card or if you dont do that, you will have to reapply for them before coming back to the US.

OMG Finally!!! an answer! first thank you so much.. its really help a lot!!!! my husband talked to military personnel. they said the boys need to be in deers, and have medical with me! then give them the kids and my passports and they will send it to germany to put a special stamps.. iam not sure what called that stamps is but i think its called SOFA..

one more question please,,, can we adjust status in Germany for my kids?!? or we have to do it here in states?

THANK YOU SO MUCH

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Your Husband need to make an appointment with s US Air Force Lawyer to get answers. I suspect he will have to legally adopt your kids in order for them to be recognized by the US Air Force as legal dependents and be entered into the DEERS System. Good Luck and GOD Bless Mr Pangga :)

thank you so much for the reply!!! :)

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OMG Finally!!! an answer! first thank you so much.. its really help a lot!!!! my husband talked to military personnel. they said the boys need to be in deers, and have medical with me! then give them the kids and my passports and they will send it to germany to put a special stamps.. iam not sure what called that stamps is but i think its called SOFA..

one more question please,,, can we adjust status in Germany for my kids?!? or we have to do it here in states?

THANK YOU SO MUCH

yeah Germany is a SOFA stamp. As far as the adjustment of status, I havent had to deal with that, but I would think they would have to adjust status in the US, get the green card, then go to Germany. Once overseas with a conditional green card, you can file to remove conditions.


For our Full timeline

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Removal of conditions Journey

16 March 2012 Sent I-751 package from Aviano AB, Italy.

29 March 2012 Received everything back...wrong fee. thought we didn't have to pay biometrics since we were sending fingerprint cards and passport photos.

30 March 2012 Sent everything out again from Aviano AB, Italy.

10 April 2012 Check cashed

17 April 2012 Received NOA1 dated 6 April.

06 Dec 2012 Received 10 yr green card. Letter said it was approved 28 November 2012.

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