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Joey Y Ana

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About Joey Y Ana

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  • Birthday 09/11/1981
  • Member # 322756
  • Location Houston, TX, USA

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  • Gender
    Male
  • City
    Houston
  • State
    Texas

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  • Immigration Status
    IR-1/CR-1 Visa
  • Our Story
    Ana and myself met on Facebook through family of hers/friends of mine. We started talking and I quickly booked a trip to Mexico to meet her in person. We were married in Mexico on 06-Feb-2019 after dating just over a year.

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  1. Thanks to all for all of the valuable information. This brings up another question...If the child does not have a passport, can I proceed with filing an I-130 form? The biological father is not willing to sign permission for her to have one. That is the reason for the custody battle. Thanks in advance.
  2. Thank you for sharing your firsthand experience.
  3. Well, it looks like you are correct and I misread the instructions. Thanks for the advice.
  4. First of all hello and thanks to all who takes the time to read this. I am about to file my wife's I-130 petition. She is a Mexican citizen and I am a U.S. citizen. She has a daughter that I have noted as a relative on the petition. In the I-130 instructions it states that unmarried children under the age of 18 do not require a separate petition. Has anyone any first hand experience in this? To make matters more complex...my wife currently has a custody case that she just started. This will allow her to immigrate with her daughter. Right now she cannot because the daughter's biological father will not sign the legal documents to allow for her daughter to travel out of the country. Not to mention he has never been in either one of their lives since he's learned of the pregnancy. So....my concern is....if I can put my stepdaughter on my wife's petition but the custody case is not seen through yet will that just be a wasted effort. Should we wait until the custody case is over? Thanks.
  5. I am about to file my wife's I-130 petition. She is a Mexican citizen and I am an American citizen. We were married last February. She has not changed her name legally and she has not changed her passport or other photo ID's. Will us having different names be a problem for the visa process? Would it be worth the time to see to changing her name and requesting a new passport before I file. Thanks in advance.
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