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K-2 Options Explanation (Immediate, Follow to Join) in Russian Language

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Hello!

 

I am wondering if there is any good Russian language literature specifically about the options for the K-2 Visa, follow to join, and the consequences of not following the timelines for these options. I’ve searched, my fiancé has searched, and we haven’t found anything very detailed. Thank you!

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Thank you for the replies. The process is simple enough, I agree. The question isn’t necessarily “what are the different circumstances”, or about any regional considerations, but rather if detailed information regarding the K-2 (including information about follow to join and ramifications of failing to obtain the K-2 Visa within the time constraints of the petition) is available in properly translated Russian.

 

For context, the question stems from the need to explain to the father of the child the possible ramifications of the different options. The father does not speak English, so to be able to share this information in Russian directly from a reputable source would help his understanding without him having to rely on second hand information.

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8 minutes ago, HillsHaveEyes said:

Thank you for the replies. The process is simple enough, I agree. The question isn’t necessarily “what are the different circumstances”, or about any regional considerations, but rather if detailed information regarding the K-2 (including information about follow to join and ramifications of failing to obtain the K-2 Visa within the time constraints of the petition) is available in properly translated Russian.

 

For context, the question stems from the need to explain to the father of the child the possible ramifications of the different options. The father does not speak English, so to be able to share this information in Russian directly from a reputable source would help his understanding without him having to rely on second hand information.

Time constraints are simple.   If the K2 is not issued within one year of the issuance of the k1 then the Visa window closes for the k2.  If the stepparent relationship between the USC and the child was created before the child reaches the age of 18 then the USC would need to start over with a new i130 petition.

 

I looked at both Moscow and Kyiv and nothing on k2 is posted 

Edited by payxibka

YMMV

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OP, it is difficult to answer an obscure question so it helps all of us if you can give as much detail as possible. I got K2 for my son, had to go to court, so I'm not being insensitive. Try to explain exactly what you need to know. 

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