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So I applied for a k-1 visa for my fiance and we have a child together who is us citizen. I read in a place that they can ask us to take paternity test? Why would that be necessary since he is all on legal paperwork for our child. Any insight will be great.

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Because people lie about the parentage of the child to get immigration benefits/US passports.


 

 

 

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DNA testing is another fraud prevention method. Just a way for USCIS is sure things are kosher.

An example is that there are countries where adoption laws and procedures are extremely lenient. All it takes is an exchange of money and the child's name can be added to a birth certificate. The US doesn't work that way so it wants to be sure that when a child is claimed it is legitimate.


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It depends also on the circumstances for example i was asked for a DNA

one because dad was not on the birth certificate and because he was asked at the medical the number of children and he forgot about including mine and his other two children in his total

So he was asked at medical how many kids do you have? He said (2)

At the interview same question suddendly 7 days later he had (5)

Since he wasnt sure he was asked to provide a DNA TEST.

It depends on the circumstances and the CO.

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I understand that each situation is different. My son's father is on birth certificate and is his only child. Our son was born here in Memphis and my fiancé was here for the birth. It just seems to be a bit overkill and slightly offensive to me.

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I wouldnt stress over it....it will be an issue if they have doubt being that morrocos is such a tough embassy having a child out of wedlock may be a bigger concern i would think to them investigating since i dont think thats a cultural norm for them

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I understand that each situation is different. My son's father is on birth certificate and is his only child. Our son was born here in Memphis and my fiancé was here for the birth. It just seems to be a bit overkill and slightly offensive to me.

Who is the USC? You state your son was born here in Memphis and your fiance was here for the birth. Are you the USC or were you visiting the US and had the child there? If so then no DNA test is required. Please clarify since your statements are confusing. Please don't be insulted. There rules and tests in place for good reasons. I know this from personal experience having adopted a child in the past.


 
 

 

 

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Who is the USC? You state your son was born here in Memphis and your fiance was here for the birth. Are you the USC or were you visiting the US and had the child there? If so then no DNA test is required. Please clarify since your statements are confusing. Please don't be insulted. There rules and tests in place for good reasons. I know this from personal experience having adopted a child in the past. [/quote

I am the us citizen as we as our son. My fiance came for the birth.

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With that embassy you just dont know what they will want they seem to thrown a monkey wrench into everyones basket.

I hope you have engament pics since this has been a new issue coming up for a few posters lately.


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And i say new ligthly as it maybe always around and im noticing threads now


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I am the us citizen as we as our son. My fiance came for the birth.

So the US citizen is the mother and the child was born on US soil? Then, paternity test is not very likely. More likely if the child is a born to a foreign mother outside of the US.

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7/2019-12/2019 (Yes, 16- 21 months) Estimated time to interview MSP office.

 

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So the US citizen is the mother and the child was born on US soil? Then, paternity test is not very likely. More likely if the child is a born to a foreign mother outside of the US.

Even if the child was born aboard if one parent is USC the child becomes USC from that parent

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Even if the child was born aboard if one parent is USC the child becomes USC from that parent

But might require a DNA test if the USC is the male parent.


3/2/18  E-filed N-400 under 5 year rule

3/26/18 Biometrics

7/2019-12/2019 (Yes, 16- 21 months) Estimated time to interview MSP office.

 

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I agree with another poster said as it don't take it personally. Nothing can be made sense of USCIS sometimes.


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