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Hi All,

 

I hope someone who has completed the form DS-260 can help me with some clarifications.

 

There is a question on DS-260 form that ask if my husband and child will be immigrating with me. They are both US citizens except me who is the applicant. We currently live outside US and will move to US once my visa is approved. We have no problem showing my husband has evidence to proof domicile too.

 

So, is it correct to answer "No" since they are both US citizen and not really "immigrating" but will be returning to US?

 

Thanks a lot!

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3 minutes ago, Atl2018 said:

Hi All,

 

I hope someone who has completed the form DS-260 can help me with some clarifications.

 

There is a question on DS-260 form that ask if my husband and child will be immigrating with me. They are both US citizens except me who is the applicant. We currently live outside US and will move to US once my visa is approved. We have no problem showing my husband has evidence to proof domicile too.

 

So, is it correct to answer "No" since they are both US citizen and not really "immigrating" but will be returning to US?

 

Thanks a lot!

Yes. The correct answer is NO. Your kid has a US Passport right?

Edited by GreenGem

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US citizens don't immigrate to the US.

Edited by missileman

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1 hour ago, missileman said:

US citizens don't immigrate to the US.

Of course I know that but just wanting to clarify if some kind soul could confirm my answer is correct. No harm asking and rechecking.

Edited by Atl2018

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40 minutes ago, kris&me said:

the DS 260 is for u but u still are considered the beneficary

Yes is for me - I a m the beneficiary and visa applicant. But you still have not answered my question which I guess you don’t know the answer? But thanks anyway.

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