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Can our biological son (8 months old) come to the interview? (Buenos Aires, Argentina embassy)

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8 hours ago, argentina_usa said:

Just got hardcopy NOA 2 today!!!!!!! Can our biological son (8 months old) come to the interview? (Buenos Aires, Argentina embassy)

Most embassies require the derivative to attend but if the child is not a derivative then most likely not

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Well, do you want him to come or not? Does he need to come as per the requirements of the Embassy? In Kiev kids under 14 are not required to attend but I took my son with me because a) he's a few months shy of 14 and b) I have nobody to care for him while I am away. If anyone would ask, that would be the main reason, I have nobody to babysit him. They never asked though. Definitely if you are talking about a baby that young it is very obvious that you may want to take him with you. 

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