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I will be filing I-130 applications for my wife and her 8-year old son at the US Embassy in Manila. Can anyone tell me if they both need to be present at the time I file the applications? When I make an appointment online they ask who will be coming and their names will be on appointment letter. I need to know before I make the appointment and was going to do that next week.


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I did dcf for my husband, only the USC needs to be be present to file the i130 but he still came with me

I love my husband ?‍?‍?

Married June 2016

Por siempre y para siempre Mi amor

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BTW - Here is a summary of our experience and the documents we prepared -

US Embassy Manila DCF Overview for Spousal Visa - Graphical View


(Also, the consular officer who happened to interview us was also from North Carolina.)


Edited by DaveSana

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