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chioparis

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  1. Thank you for that. And for linking that forum topic
  2. Just to clarify - My future employer must have in writing that they will hire me once I am back in the United States? Or do they need to put an actual date?
  3. ...not concealing, but mostly wondering if the relationship would come up at all.
  4. Thank you 🙏 this is what I have gathered from my research as well. We just want to go home with our daughter. No tricks or games, just a young family trying to come home and provide a better life in a better place to our kid! Living here with cartel presence/violence is no joke 😵‍💫
  5. It seems the process doesn't change because we are related... but maybe I am interpreting this wrong? LINK "U.S. citizens wishing to adopt a child relative from abroad and then petition for that child to immigrate to the United States following the completion of the adoption must generally proceed in the same way as non-relative U.S. prospective adoptive parents. "
  6. Is there really a way for USCIS to know we are related unless we volunteer that information? N600k would entail to apply for tourist visa then us citizenship once in USA? It is unknown - he is not listed in her birth certificate and no one knows who it is.
  7. It might seem that way - but the truth is, the only reason we moved here from the US was to become parents for this child. So no tricks- this child is ours and calls us mom/dad. Now we are just trying to come home with our kid.
  8. No - but.... her mother is the only one in her birth certificate and it's a sad reality, but we live in one of the most dangerous cities in the world and she hangs out with the toughest crowds. Would process change if she became an orphan? (Hope I don't sound so dark - but it is really dangerous here)
  9. The N600k is a little confusing as the instructions state that this process is for children of us Citizens living abroad - but they must be in the United States. So I'm guessing we would have to apply for some type of Visa prior so she can enter lawfully into the US
  10. I've been saving anything that can prove physical custody - but government records might be difficult, specially for the child.
  11. ....dumb question. The visa type is determined by USCIS after you file i130? IR2 Would be nice because it would mean automatic citize nship for my child.
  12. Now that you mention it - I reached out to CDJ asking them how to request to file i130 there and save time. I was thinking about the job offer, but they do mention "adoption of a child" as an exceptional circumstance to file i130 there. https://www.uscis.gov/policy-manual/volume-6-part-b-chapter-3 "Adoption of a child – A petitioner has adopted a child abroad and has an imminent need to depart the country. This type of case should only be considered if the petitioner has a full and final adoption decree on behalf of the child and the adoptive parent(s) has had legal custody of and jointly resided with the child for at least 2 years." ****still - it mentions imminent need - so maybe I still need the job offer as you mention.
  13. We live across the border, so husband works in US. Still - we can't wait to be back home in the US 🙏
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