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Stepchild Process - Petitioned by USC

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Hi Everyone,

 

I'm hoping someone can help me answer a few questions.

 I am the USC petitioning my stepson to become a permanent resident. Biological Dad is a PR while Biological Mom can no longer take care of child.

 

I have read many different things about the parental consent letter we need to obtain from biological mother. 

 

We made an appointment at the US embassy in Mexico City where Mom will have a letter of consent notarized.

 

Any idea or template of what the form should include??? 

 

Please help, appointment for letter to be notarized is in 2 days.

 

Thank you.

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