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Hello , I don't know what's going on my i 130 approved and when i was working to submit more paperwork i don't see my daughter info there only my wife

 

i applied for my wife and daughter to come to live with me in the state but the only one shows in the Consular Electronic Application Center is my wife

 

is it normal ? will my daughter be able to travel with my wife , my daughter is 5 years old . i did add her name on the i 130 , please someone help me 

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1 is this your biological daughter (USC) and did you apply for US passport going thru the process to show she is your daughter?

2  if not your biological daughter,  did you apply for her with a separate 1 130 petition?

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12 minutes ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

Yes she is my biological daughter , she was born before i get my citizenship

 

i did not apply for U.S passport for her yet she is not here yet .

In your situation,  each intending immigrant needs there own i130.   Did you submit a separate petition for your daughter?

Edited by payxibka

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21 minutes ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

Yes she is my biological daughter , she was born before i get my citizenship

 

i did not apply for U.S passport for her yet she is not here yet .

There are no derivatives for USC spousal petitions.  You will need to submit a separate one for your daughter.

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1 hour ago, payxibka said:

In your situation,  each intending immigrant needs there own i130.   Did you submit a separate petition for your daughter?

 

She is my biological daughter  and she live with my wife overseas , before i apply for the i 130 someone told me i don't need separate i 130 for our daughter , this  i add my daughter name to my i 130 and i upgraded my status from resident to U.S citizen before i get my i 130 approved 

 

 

are you sure of what you are saying guys , 

 

i just read this here and it says no need to file separate forms for my daughter

 

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/your-relative-had-children-after-i-130-approved-can-they-immigrate-too.html

 

someone please tell me for sure .

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10 minutes ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

 

She is my biological daughter  and she live with my wife overseas , before i apply for the i 130 someone told me i don't need separate i 130 for our daughter , this  i add my daughter name to my i 130 and i upgraded my status from resident to U.S citizen before i get my i 130 approved 

 

 

are you sure of what you are saying guys , 

 

i just read this here and it says no need to file separate forms for my daughter

 

https://www.nolo.com/legal-encyclopedia/your-relative-had-children-after-i-130-approved-can-they-immigrate-too.html

 

someone please tell me for sure .

More than one person had told you for sure.

 

Your spouse is NOT a family preference visa which is what your link is referring to.  The instructions are quite clear in regards to IMMEDIATE relative visas.

 

Who May File Form I-130?
1. If you are a U.S. citizen, you MUST file a separate Form I-130 for each eligible relative. You may file Form I-130 for:
A. Your spouse;
B. Your unmarried children under 21 years of age

.......

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2 minutes ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

So how long this will take to get my daughter i 130 approved , do i need to file any other forms i need both to be together i can not leave my daughter alone .

You need to file an i130 and then try to get it expedited 


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2 hours ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

So how long this will take to get my daughter i 130 approved , do i need to file any other forms i need both to be together i can not leave my daughter alone .

Your wife can delay travel to stay with your daughter.

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2 hours ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

before i apply for the i 130 someone told me i don't need separate i 130 for our daughter

Had you petitioned your wife in the F2A category, you would not have needed a separate petition for your daughter.

 

Naturalizing changed that.

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11 hours ago, Jorgedig said:

Had you petitioned your wife in the F2A category, you would not have needed a separate petition for your daughter.

 

Naturalizing changed that.

 

I DID AS permanent resident YES , then before i get the approval i went through citizenship processing and i update my status as petitioner from resident to a citizen and then they approved my status upgrade and approve my i 130

 

im confused do i need to find i 130 again for my daughter or no , because after approval the notice and the NVC dont have any information about our daughter only my wife.

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27 minutes ago, VIS4WIFE_DAUGHTER said:

 

I DID AS permanent resident YES , then before i get the approval i went through citizenship processing and i update my status as petitioner from resident to a citizen and then they approved my status upgrade and approve my i 130

 

im confused do i need to find i 130 again for my daughter or no , because after approval the notice and the NVC dont have any information about our daughter only my wife.

Once you naturalized, your spouse's category changed to immediate family of a US citizen.......it, NOW, does not allow derivatives. You need to file an I-130 for your daughter.


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I don't think OP can file an I130 for his daughter as a US citizen. Since daughter is under the age of 18 she is also a citizen based on his status. He will have to apply for passport in the home country for his daughter. Thats my understanding of it. You can't file a peition for a biological child unless you can't prove US citizenship or that you were living in the US. 

 

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