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D-160 complete for everyone, fiance has two children. One has valid passport, the other one am waiting on the passport. Question is can I request the interview and ensure the date is far enough out that I have the other child's passport then add her to the same interview application, or do I need to wait to get the other passport in hand before requesting an interview.

 

Thanks all for your advice in advance.

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ok but can I get an appointment with a date far enough out that I can add the second daughter to that same appointment, after DS-160 and passport are correct, or do I need to wait to rectify DS and passport first..... thanks

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a separate question to the above, one of my fiancee's children was born in the British Virgin Islands and her father resides there, is it necessary to present evidence at the embassy that the father has given permission to enter the US?

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6 minutes ago, LorenzoyRosa said:

a separate question to the above, one of my fiancee's children was born in the British Virgin Islands and her father resides there, is it necessary to present evidence at the embassy that the father has given permission to enter the US?

Absolutely,  Get a notarized letter.


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Don't get your wagon in front of your horse. :idea: You never know if you will have any problems in obtaining any of your required documents/authorization letters/ renewed passports, etc. Get ALL of your required paperwork/passports/letters in proper order and in your possession before your start trying to process anything.  

 

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