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  1. It will depend on where she was born and where you live: I.e. if you live in Austria and she was born in Germany, they will most likely have you go to the consulate in Munich. If you live in Portugal and she was born in the UK, then the embassy in Portugal will most likely do the processing. However as @Kor2USA wrote, best thing is to contact them directly. Processing time is pretty much the same. Usually within the hour.
  2. The instructions are pretty clear in the link I sent you: Get all together in step 1-3, in step 4 send all to the Washington D.C. address....
  3. https://sd.usembassy.gov/u-s-citizen-services/child-family-matters/replace-consular-report-birth-abroad/
  4. You can make an appointment for CRBA at the London embassy again (although very limited): https://evisaforms.state.gov/acs/default.asp?postcode=LND&appcode=1 If your child can even get ESTA, he could in theory travel on it. However you won't have the possiblitly of doing a CRBA in the US. This might cause problems in his later life since he won't have a FS-240 certificate. And in theory, your son would have to leave the US after 90 days, if you are not able to prove citizenship. It might be a pain in the (removed) today, but will make a lot of things easier for you and your son if you can get the CRBA. Try contacting the visa unite who you were in contact for your wife's CR1. They might be able to forward your request to the appropiate person.
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