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So i am currently 6 months pregnant and a US Citizen living overseas with my fiance. I filed in march for a K1 for him and it was received april 28th, now we are just waiting for his approval and interview. I was told by the USCIS support line (i called a billion times) that they just started looking at the cases received march 1st and i was wondering how my pregnancy would be affected by this. Considering im 6 months (due around late november) if the baby were to be born here in Algeria would i be able to take him back to the states with me or would i have to file some paperwork to give him my citizenship or.. Because there is no way my fiance is gonna let me give birth in the states without him hopefully he gets approved before then but if not id like to know what to do. Thank you.

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18 minutes ago, embou21 said:

So i am currently 6 months pregnant and a US Citizen living overseas with my fiance. I filed in march for a K1 for him and it was received april 28th, now we are just waiting for his approval and interview. I was told by the USCIS support line (i called a billion times) that they just started looking at the cases received march 1st and i was wondering how my pregnancy would be affected by this. Considering im 6 months (due around late november) if the baby were to be born here in Algeria would i be able to take him back to the states with me or would i have to file some paperwork to give him my citizenship or.. Because there is no way my fiance is gonna let me give birth in the states without him hopefully he gets approved before then but if not id like to know what to do. Thank you.

If the baby is born while you are overseas you have to go to the Embassy in Algeria and do a CRBA in order to get his/her passport. Your pregnancy has no affect on the K1 visa process. Here is the link below to the US Embassy page in Algeria detailing what to do if and when you give birth in Algeria. 

 

https://dz.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/birth/

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4 minutes ago, cyberfx1024 said:

If the baby is born while you are overseas you have to go to the Embassy in Algeria and do a CRBA in order to get his/her passport. Your pregnancy has no affect on the K1 visa process. Here is the link below to the US Embassy page in Algeria detailing what to do if and when you give birth in Algeria. 

 

https://dz.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/birth/

@cyberfx1024 That's very accurate!

@embou21 You also have to keep in mind that you'll very likely not going to be able to travel because most airline companies do not let pregnant woman fly after 36 weeks of pregnancy ( taking in consideration that it's not a high risk pregnancy) and some of them actually do not accept women at the end of their third trimester (about 28 weeks). Just get all the information and documents that you'll need for the CRBA and do it as soon as you're able to go out with your baby.

Good luck!


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