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Hi vj.

i know this question asked many times but i am still confused about the Part 4.Information about your children

i am the beneficiary and my husband is US citizen

my husband had 3 child from his ex-wife

me as beneficiary with my husband we have a baby in our marriage

so my question is do we have to put 3 child from his ex-wife and 1 child in our marriage?

need :help:

thank you..



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12-28-2010 - Met
07-17-2012 - Married
CR1
09-07-2012 - I-130 sent
11-06-2012 - I-130 approved
02-20-2013 - Interview date
02-22-2013 - Visa received
02-26-2013 - US entry
03-27-2013 - Received two years conditional green card
ROC
12-13-2014 -Sent packet via UPS
12-17-2014 - NOA received w/ one year extension
01-07-2015 - Biometric appointment
05-18-2015 - I-751 approved
05-22-2015 - Received 10 years green card

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Hi vj.

i know this question asked many times but i am still confused about the Part 4.Information about your children

i am the beneficiary and my husband is US citizen

my husband had 3 child from his ex-wife

me as beneficiary with my husband we have a baby in our marriage

so my question is do we have to put 3 child from his ex-wife and 1 child in our marriage?

need :help:

thank you..

As far as i knew your kids only that's the one I did when I submitted my I-751 good luck

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As far as i knew your kids only that's the one I did when I submitted my I-751 good luck

thanks for the respond

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TIMELINE
12-28-2010 - Met
07-17-2012 - Married
CR1
09-07-2012 - I-130 sent
11-06-2012 - I-130 approved
02-20-2013 - Interview date
02-22-2013 - Visa received
02-26-2013 - US entry
03-27-2013 - Received two years conditional green card
ROC
12-13-2014 -Sent packet via UPS
12-17-2014 - NOA received w/ one year extension
01-07-2015 - Biometric appointment
05-18-2015 - I-751 approved
05-22-2015 - Received 10 years green card

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I also have same situation and wanted to know just put kids with this marriage or previous marriage as well.

As long they are your kids you can put them in the application , good luck!

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There is someone on another forum who got denied her citizenship application because she did not list the kids from a previous marriage/relationship. http://www.worldlawdirect.com/forum/naturalization-citizenship/18537-n-400-denied-need-advice-2.html

Now the question about children is different on N400 as it clearly asks to mention if the child is: biological child, stepchild, or legally adopted.

The I-751 just says lists "all your children" but encourages you to add an extra paper if necessary...so you can do that if in doubt.

If there's one important lesson I learned - and still learning - thanks to VJ is that it doesn't hurt to disclose everything in advance.

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There is someone on another forum who got denied her citizenship application because she did not list the kids from a previous marriage/relationship. http://www.worldlawdirect.com/forum/naturalization-citizenship/18537-n-400-denied-need-advice-2.html

Now the question about children is different on N400 as it clearly asks to mention if the child is: biological child, stepchild, or legally adopted.

The I-751 just says lists "all your children" but encourages you to add an extra paper if necessary...so you can do that if in doubt.

If there's one important lesson I learned - and still learning - thanks to VJ is that it doesn't hurt to disclose everything in advance.

Thanks for the information.

The big question is.. is the part 4 list all children is for the immigrant question or is for the US citizen?



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TIMELINE
12-28-2010 - Met
07-17-2012 - Married
CR1
09-07-2012 - I-130 sent
11-06-2012 - I-130 approved
02-20-2013 - Interview date
02-22-2013 - Visa received
02-26-2013 - US entry
03-27-2013 - Received two years conditional green card
ROC
12-13-2014 -Sent packet via UPS
12-17-2014 - NOA received w/ one year extension
01-07-2015 - Biometric appointment
05-18-2015 - I-751 approved
05-22-2015 - Received 10 years green card

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Yes, all the children, no matter if step, will need to be listed for US citizenship.

For the I-751, it is a joint application and asks for all children. It seems to fine to list step kids or not to for ROC, but for each child it specifically asks if they live with you and are they applying with you. You can list ALL the children and check NO, they are not applying with you. If they are all USC children, then leave the A numbers blank for all of them.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Yes, all the children, no matter if step, will need to be listed for US citizenship.

For the I-751, it is a joint application and asks for all children. It seems to fine to list step kids or not to for ROC, but for each child it specifically asks if they live with you and are they applying with you. You can list ALL the children and check NO, they are not applying with you. If they are all USC children, then leave the A numbers blank for all of them.

okay. thanks for your patient and for your answer. now i understand...



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TIMELINE
12-28-2010 - Met
07-17-2012 - Married
CR1
09-07-2012 - I-130 sent
11-06-2012 - I-130 approved
02-20-2013 - Interview date
02-22-2013 - Visa received
02-26-2013 - US entry
03-27-2013 - Received two years conditional green card
ROC
12-13-2014 -Sent packet via UPS
12-17-2014 - NOA received w/ one year extension
01-07-2015 - Biometric appointment
05-18-2015 - I-751 approved
05-22-2015 - Received 10 years green card

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