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Birth of child in Beneficiary country while in AP

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Jordan
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Hi all,

My husband had his CR1 interview here in Amman on Sept 16, 2020, and were unfortunately placed in AP. I am here in his country staying with him as we are expecting our first child in the next couple months. I am making plans to give birth here, however, I want to know if this will negatively affect anything to do with my husbands visa while we are in AP? Will I need to file anything regarding the birth of our child within the visa process? 

Also, if anyone has experience regarding timeline of filing a CRBA I'd love to hear- I'm hoping its not as lengthy as the visa process. 

Because my cut off date to fly is soon, I am hoping to make the decision of whether to fly home or give birth here. Thank you!

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28 minutes ago, Lindzsalem said:

I am making plans to give birth here, however, I want to know if this will negatively affect anything to do with my husbands visa while we are in AP

No effect. 

 

28 minutes ago, Lindzsalem said:

Will I need to file anything regarding the birth of our child within the visa process? 

Not for his VISA.   As long as you can "transmit" citizenship via CRBA then there shouldn't be any issues.

 

 


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13 hours ago, Paul & Mary said:

No effect. 

 

Not for his VISA.   As long as you can "transmit" citizenship via CRBA then there shouldn't be any issues.

 

 

Correct but be absolutely sure of that CRBA is quick, days or weeks, not months unless there are issues.  The cleanest choice is to return to the USA, but it IS a "CHOICE" for you to make.

 


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