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I'm just trying to plan ahead for this. My NOA2 for k1 Visa was approved on january 30 2019. Noticed NVC wait times are long and I'm due to give birth may 31. I'm hesitant to believe I will be there in time to get married and get on his insurance by that time. We live 30 min apart where I am in Windsor Ontario and he is in Michigan USA. Realistically if I give birth here I understand out of wed lock he needs to make a statement that he acknowledges that the baby is his and he will care for it financially until it is 18 years of age. But it says under oath which I'm not sure about. As well as proving our relationship before conception which Im not sure what is enough proof. Photos? Basiclaly everything I submitted as proof for my k1 Visa? I'm afraid we'd have to drive all the way to the consulate in Toronto to be told they want a DNA test. Thanks for any input in this situation. 

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The child will qualify for a Consular Record of Birth Abroad.  While the consulate may require DNA testing, if the father is listed on the birth certificate and you can show that you were together around the time of conception, it may not be required.  You can use some of the same evidence as your I-129F.


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Just now, Paul & Mary said:

The child will qualify for a Consular Record of Birth Abroad.  While the consulate may require DNA testing, if the father is listed on the birth certificate and you can show that you were together around the time of conception, it may not be required.  You can use some of the same evidence as your I-129F.

Okay perfect. I can show the estimated time of conception from my doctor with my i-94 crossing which matches up. 

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