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Fiance Visa I filled the i 129 and its's still pending but my wife is pregnant, do I report that or do I report it when my child is born at overseas?

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Filed: Other Country: Kenya

My wife is delivering our first child at overseas and I have not reported this in the case, will this cause delays and problems if i reported now or should I wait until case is approved and than reported when the child is born? Help me with suggestions please?

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Norway

Who is the USC? No, it wont be a problem, just some more paperwork. However, if you are married and filed for a fiancé visa, you have a problem

If it isn't difficult, it isn't worth it.


K1 process

9/24/15: I129f sent

9/30/15: NOA1

11/2/15: NOA2

Delayed processing due to work

3/15/16: Medical

4/28/16: Interview (approved)

Delayed entry due to work

8/12/16: POE Detroit


9/4/16: Wedding!


AOS process:

9/9/16: I485/I131/I765 sent

9/14/16: Received 3xNOAs by text/e-mail (day 2)

9/14-18/16: Received 3xpaper NOAs 

9/23/16: Received biometrics appointment letter (day 11)

10/3/16: Biometrics appointment (day 19)

11/4/16: EAD+AP approved (day 53)

11/16/16: EAD status changed to card shipped (day 65)

11/17/16: EAD/AP combo card received (day 66)

12/30/16: Notice of interview scheduled (day 109)

2/1/17: AOS interview (day 142) - APPROVED

2/8/17: GC received (day 150)


ROC process:

11/3/2018: ROC window opens

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I assume from where you are posting you mean the I-129F to accompany an I-130 for the K3 (an obsolete visa.)

If you qualify the child can get a crba. If not your child will need an i-130

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss


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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Vietnam
On 9/14/2016 at 9:05 AM, A'n'L said:

Who is the USC? No, it wont be a problem, just some more paperwork. However, if you are married and filed for a fiancé visa, you have a problem



A fiancé and a spouse are two different things. 


If your filing for k-1 and your married, you can expect a denial. Might as well cancel that application and go the k-3/cr-1 route. 

Our Timeline:


Met the woman of my dreams: 7/5/2014

Married the woman of my dreams: 1/18/2016

First child with wife born: 6/6/2016 (yay!)


K-3 to CR-1 Visa Processing:


4/11/2016:   I-130 Sent

4/13/2016:   NOA1

8/26/2016:   NOA2

9/20/2016:   NVC Receipt 

10/4/2016:   NVC Case # Assigned (My birthday woohoo!)

10/4/2016:   Submit DS-261 

10/5/2016:   DS-261 / AOS / IV Bill Recieved
10/6/2016:   Paid AOS & IV Bill

10/7/2016:   Send AOS & IV Package 

12/15/2016:  CC @ NVC 

12/28/2016:  P4 Received 

12/9/2016:   Interview Date Received for 2/9/2017

2/9/2017:     Interview Result: Approved

2/14/2017:   CR-1 Visa Received (Visa in Passport)

2/21/2017:   US POE Entry @ LAX


*Sarcastically* Trucking along thanks to the dedicated and hardworking individuals at the NVC. Brings me delight to finally be able to say, the light at the end of the tunnel is near.

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