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Mi fiance has a son who will be traveling with her during the interview.. he has no father on his birth certificate.  

 

How likely will it be that they ask who the father of him is?

 

he is 4 and refers to me as pap√°

 

a foto of us ūüėĀ

 

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02/16/2018: Met online on a mobile game called Guns of Glory

04/10/2018: Decided to try a long distance relationship.

05/06/2018: Flew to Mexico to meet!! (5 days)

07/16/2018: Flew down for her birthday on the 18th! (10 days)

07/18/2018: Proposed. (Happy birthday amor!)

09/23/2018: Flew down for a 5 day visit. (5 days)

10/03/2018: I129f sent

10/05/2018: NOA1

11/19/2018: Flew down for 20 day visit and met her parents (20 days)

02/11/2019: 5 day visit to spend the 14th together! (5 days)

 

Total time spent together before interview: 45 days (still counting)

 

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How does the interview work for children? and what might they ask?

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Leaving out personal things ti my fiance even thiugj she gave aonset to share them for more information.

02/16/2018: Met online on a mobile game called Guns of Glory

04/10/2018: Decided to try a long distance relationship.

05/06/2018: Flew to Mexico to meet!! (5 days)

07/16/2018: Flew down for her birthday on the 18th! (10 days)

07/18/2018: Proposed. (Happy birthday amor!)

09/23/2018: Flew down for a 5 day visit. (5 days)

10/03/2018: I129f sent

10/05/2018: NOA1

11/19/2018: Flew down for 20 day visit and met her parents (20 days)

02/11/2019: 5 day visit to spend the 14th together! (5 days)

 

Total time spent together before interview: 45 days (still counting)

 

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When they ask your fiance about the child's bio father she needs to be honest. If she knows who the bio father is then she has to tell them. If the bio father is not in the picture then she can explain that.

 

During the K2 interview they will ask about your relationship with the child and ask the child if he understands the move he is about to make.

 

Difficult for anyone to know specific question they will ask.


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so fotos of us together may be a good idea to have..  as for of the father, i hope they will not bother asking due to he has no legal cinnection to the child..  and id prefer my fiance not have to answer thay in front of the child due to that situation.


02/16/2018: Met online on a mobile game called Guns of Glory

04/10/2018: Decided to try a long distance relationship.

05/06/2018: Flew to Mexico to meet!! (5 days)

07/16/2018: Flew down for her birthday on the 18th! (10 days)

07/18/2018: Proposed. (Happy birthday amor!)

09/23/2018: Flew down for a 5 day visit. (5 days)

10/03/2018: I129f sent

10/05/2018: NOA1

11/19/2018: Flew down for 20 day visit and met her parents (20 days)

02/11/2019: 5 day visit to spend the 14th together! (5 days)

 

Total time spent together before interview: 45 days (still counting)

 

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It really depends. I know in Canada K2's 14 and over only go to the interview. my 10 and 12 yr old staid home and my 14 and 16 yr had to come. They just asked what there thoughts were about the move. My 12yr old was a bit of a smarty pants and said it would be better then the boring place we lived at. 

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On 2/2/2019 at 8:32 PM, Ontarkie said:

It really depends. I know in Canada K2's 14 and over only go to the interview. my 10 and 12 yr old staid home and my 14 and 16 yr had to come. They just asked what there thoughts were about the move. My 12yr old was a bit of a smarty pants and said it would be better then the boring place we lived at. 

I hope mexico is similar!

 

she obviously will be honest if asked of the father but is best not answered in front of her son.  I know for a fact my fiance couldn't answer the question without anger and crying.


02/16/2018: Met online on a mobile game called Guns of Glory

04/10/2018: Decided to try a long distance relationship.

05/06/2018: Flew to Mexico to meet!! (5 days)

07/16/2018: Flew down for her birthday on the 18th! (10 days)

07/18/2018: Proposed. (Happy birthday amor!)

09/23/2018: Flew down for a 5 day visit. (5 days)

10/03/2018: I129f sent

10/05/2018: NOA1

11/19/2018: Flew down for 20 day visit and met her parents (20 days)

02/11/2019: 5 day visit to spend the 14th together! (5 days)

 

Total time spent together before interview: 45 days (still counting)

 

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51 minutes ago, Russel1995 said:

I hope mexico is similar!

 

she obviously will be honest if asked of the father but is best not answered in front of her son.  I know for a fact my fiance couldn't answer the question without anger and crying.

I hope so too. When she gets to that point she can email and ask if her son needs to be there also. You should take a look at the regional forum and see what others have posted. 


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Met Playing Everquest in 2005
Engaged 9-15-2006
K-1 & 4 K-2'S
Filed 05-09-07
Interview 03-12-08
Visa received 04-21-08
Entry 05-06-08
Married 06-21-08
AOS X5
Filed 07-08-08
Cards Received01-22-09
Roc X5
Filed 10-17-10
Cards Received02-22-11
Citizenship
Filed 10-17-11
Interview 01-12-12
Oath 06-29-12

Citizenship for older 2 boys

Filed 03/08/2014

NOA/fee waiver 03/19/2014

Biometrics 04/15/14

Interview 05/29/14

In line for Oath 06/20/14

Oath 09/19/2014 We are all done! All USC no more USCIS

 

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I can answer for my experience as my fiance and step daughter just had their interview in Juarez. They asked zero questions about the birth father in the interview. I had spent a lot of money and time getting documents notarized in Mexico from the real father and they never asked to see anything about whether the K2 had travel authorization. I am sure they will ask for these at the POE, but absolutely nothing about the father in the interview. The CO can ask a range of questions, so I would prepare her to answer all types of questions without becoming too emotional. 

Does the child already have a passport? I remember going to the passport office (SRE in Mexico) with my fiance when there was a problem and people that only had their mother's name on their birth certificate were treated to a different process, as if they were doing research to make sure the other parent was not in an active search for the child. 

If the child has a passport and the father's name is not on the birth certificate then I would say you are good to go.

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31 minutes ago, sgprecision said:

I can answer for my experience as my fiance and step daughter just had their interview in Juarez. They asked zero questions about the birth father in the interview. I had spent a lot of money and time getting documents notarized in Mexico from the real father and they never asked to see anything about whether the K2 had travel authorization. I am sure they will ask for these at the POE, but absolutely nothing about the father in the interview. The CO can ask a range of questions, so I would prepare her to answer all types of questions without becoming too emotional. 

Does the child already have a passport? I remember going to the passport office (SRE in Mexico) with my fiance when there was a problem and people that only had their mother's name on their birth certificate were treated to a different process, as if they were doing research to make sure the other parent was not in an active search for the child. 

If the child has a passport and the father's name is not on the birth certificate then I would say you are good to go.

Yes, he has a passport and the father does not have his name on the birth certificate (he wanted nothing to do with her after finding out what happened to her).  and thanks very much, she will be glad to know there is a chance she wont have to bring anything up.


02/16/2018: Met online on a mobile game called Guns of Glory

04/10/2018: Decided to try a long distance relationship.

05/06/2018: Flew to Mexico to meet!! (5 days)

07/16/2018: Flew down for her birthday on the 18th! (10 days)

07/18/2018: Proposed. (Happy birthday amor!)

09/23/2018: Flew down for a 5 day visit. (5 days)

10/03/2018: I129f sent

10/05/2018: NOA1

11/19/2018: Flew down for 20 day visit and met her parents (20 days)

02/11/2019: 5 day visit to spend the 14th together! (5 days)

 

Total time spent together before interview: 45 days (still counting)

 

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