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Us Citizen living abroad, mother is in the process of Cr1 Visa

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Austria
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Hello, so me and my husband had a baby (which was born in Austria) during our visa process. Our son is now living with me in Austria and my husband is in the US. We already issued his report of birth abroad which proofs his american citizenship due to his american father and we also got his american passport. 
My case was already approved by USCIS and is on it’s way to NVC

My question is weather my son can travel with his passport with me once I get approved or does he need something in addition to that?

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1 minute ago, mallasharas said:

My question is weather my son can travel with his passport with me once I get approved or does he need something in addition to that?

Just the passport is all that is needed.


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A US passport is all that is needed to travel to and enter the US.

You may want to look into whether you need some kind of parental authorization to be traveling with (leaving Austria/the EU with) the child without the other parent - some countries do.

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