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Hi. I plan to apply for work immigrant visa. I am married but long been separated. I have kids from different man, they have their father's surname not my married name. Will that be a problem with the consulate? 

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10 minutes ago, rovive said:

Hi. I plan to apply for work immigrant visa. I am married but long been separated. I have kids from different man, they have their father's surname not my married name. Will that be a problem with the consulate? 

no

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20 minutes ago, rovive said:

Hi. I plan to apply for work immigrant visa. I am married but long been separated. I have kids from different man, they have their father's surname not my married name. Will that be a problem with the consulate? 

you can't apply for a work immigrant visa, the company in the USA that will sponsor you will have to apply for the visa.

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2 minutes ago, Khallaf said:

you can't apply for a work immigrant visa, the company in the USA that will sponsor you will have to apply for the visa.

Yes sir I have a sponsor. Thanks.

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5 minutes ago, rovive said:

Yes sir I have a sponsor. Thanks.

so you  have a company in the USA who will be doing all of your paperwork.

 

your children do not need to have your last time but you will likely need to prove you are the legal guardian. If your country requires it you may also have to get a letter from the other parent allowing them to leave the country. 

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1 minute ago, Khallaf said:

so you  have a company in the USA who will be doing all of your paperwork.

 

your children do not need to have your last time but you will likely need to prove you are the legal guardian. If your country requires it you may also have to get a letter from the other parent allowing them to leave the country. 

I am their mother and they are still minors and in my country its automatic that they are in my custody. Thank you sir.

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Just now, rovive said:

I am their mother and they are still minors and in my country its automatic that they are in my custody. Thank you sir.

just because they are in your custody does not mean that your country does not require a written agreement from the father to remove them from the country.

 

FYI I am female thank you

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2 minutes ago, Khallaf said:

just because they are in your custody does not mean that your country does not require a written agreement from the father to remove them from the country.

 

FYI I am female thank you

Oh sorry maam. Their father is in the US too. I wont have any problem with that. 

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