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My Wife Just Had a Baby. Will this Delay the CR-1 Process?

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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Her visa likely will not be issues until the baby's CRBA is done- at least that is what they focused on in my own visa interview.


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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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Better to get the CRBa settled ASAP


Married in Texas Sept. 16, 2013

Sent I-130 Nov. 3, 2013

Received NOA1 (email) Dec. 19, 2013

Requested Expedite Jan. 2, 2014

Approved Expedite Jan. 4, 2014

Case sent to NVC Jan. 15, 2014

Received NOA1 (mail) Jan. 22, 2014

NVC Received Case Jan. 27, 2014

Received NOA2 (mail) Feb. 25, 2014

NVC Assigned Case Number Mar. 11, 2014

Paid AOS Fee Mar. 29, 2014

Paid IV Fee Mar. 29, 2014

Submitted DS-260 Apr. 4, 2014

Mailed in IV packet Apr. 8, 2014

Submitted AOS packet Forgot the date

Case complete May 31, 2014

Medical Jun. 26, 2014

Interview Jul. 8, 2014

POE (LAX) Sept. 16, 2014

Paid ELIS May 16, 2015

Received GC May 23, 2015

I-751 Receipt Date July 5, 2016

ROC NOA July 15, 2016

I-751 Biometrics Aug. 5, 2016

ROC Approved Sept. 18, 2017
Received GC Sept. 25, 2017
 

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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Mission Accomplished. CRBA and passport in hand. That was the easy part. Now comes the visa interview for the wife

Congratulations on the CRBA. can you please share your CRBA processing background. Much appreciated. Please share the interview details and what documents they asked and stuff like that.

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Filed: Country: Kenya
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Congratulations on the CRBA. can you please share your CRBA processing background. Much appreciated. Please share the interview details and what documents they asked and stuff like that.

I am the US citizen father living in the USA. I sent my wife Forms DS-2029...DS-3053...DS-11...notarized copy of passpoort(bio page)...Wife brought the forms with Birth certificate of child, one passport size photo of baby, and wife's passport to the CRBA appointment.

She then had an interview with U.S consular. Many questions were asked: How did you meet. What was the timeframe from when you first met to the time you married. Where is your husband. Why is he not here. Have you applied for your immigrant visa.

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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I am the US citizen father living in the USA. I sent my wife Forms DS-2029...DS-3053...DS-11...notarized copy of passpoort(bio page)...Wife brought the forms with Birth certificate of child, one passport size photo of baby, and wife's passport to the CRBA appointment.

She then had an interview with U.S consular. Many questions were asked: How did you meet. What was the timeframe from when you first met to the time you married. Where is your husband. Why is he not here. Have you applied for your immigrant visa.

Thank you for your answer. So CRBA approved even without you there and no DNA test anything? Wow. Nice.

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Filed: Country: Kenya
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Thank you for your answer. So CRBA approved even without you there and no DNA test anything? Wow. Nice.

Yes, no DNA testing in our case. Very thankful for that. I was living in Kenya for the first seven months of wife's pregnancy. That may have made the difference in not having to do a DNA test.

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Filed: IR-5 Country: India
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Yes, no DNA testing in our case. Very thankful for that. I was living in Kenya for the first seven months of wife's pregnancy. That may have made the difference in not having to do a DNA test.

OK thanx best of luck for future.

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