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Hey all,

 

My wife is currently preparing for the CRBA interview with our daughter soon in Manila. I will not be able to attend. My wife is worried about any questions they might ask her if she doesn't know the answer. I am compiling a list of potential questions that they may ask at the interview.

 

Does anyone know or have any experience on what the CO might ask and what's important to know just in case? Thanks!


Married: 9/27/2017

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2 minutes ago, Gaiden79 said:

Hey all,

 

My wife is currently preparing for the CRBA interview with our daughter soon in Manila. I will not be able to attend. My wife is worried about any questions they might ask her if she doesn't know the answer. I am compiling a list of potential questions that they may ask at the interview.

 

Does anyone know or have any experience on what the CO might ask and what's important to know just in case? Thanks!

Mostly they look for documentary evidence.  Questions, if any, would mostly be about your relationship.      Evidence of being together at the time of conception is big.

 

This is what is vital >>   In order for a child/applicant to be documented as a U.S. citizen, all three of the essential requirements must be fulfilled.

  • TRANSMISSION OF US CITIZENSHIP AT BIRTH
  • LEGITIMATION OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP
  • BLOOD RELATIONSHIP

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/crba.html

 

 

https://ph.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/82/crba-checklist_april2018.pdf


Hank

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4 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Mostly they look for documentary evidence.  Questions, if any, would mostly be about your relationship.      Evidence of being together at the time of conception is big.

 

This is what is vital >>   In order for a child/applicant to be documented as a U.S. citizen, all three of the essential requirements must be fulfilled.

  • TRANSMISSION OF US CITIZENSHIP AT BIRTH
  • LEGITIMATION OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP
  • BLOOD RELATIONSHIP

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/crba.html

 

 

https://ph.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/82/crba-checklist_april2018.pdf

 

4 minutes ago, Hank_ said:

Mostly they look for documentary evidence.  Questions, if any, would mostly be about your relationship.      Evidence of being together at the time of conception is big.

 

This is what is vital >>   In order for a child/applicant to be documented as a U.S. citizen, all three of the essential requirements must be fulfilled.

  • TRANSMISSION OF US CITIZENSHIP AT BIRTH
  • LEGITIMATION OF U.S. CITIZENSHIP
  • BLOOD RELATIONSHIP

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/crba.html

 

 

https://ph.usembassy.gov/wp-content/uploads/sites/82/crba-checklist_april2018.pdf

Ok, that's what I thought too. For being together at time of conception I have some pictures, notarized passport, some exit boarding passes. Passport shows entry/exit stamps and immigration visa extension stickers as well. Thank you.


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