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Old Jul 11th 2012, 8:02 pm
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Hi,

My baby has two nationalities, Jordanian (my nationality) as well as US nationality, and so he has his own US passport in addition to that he is added to his mother’s Jordanian passport.

When I added him to my application I used his US passport, now when the visa officer requests our passports for the visa, will this cause any issue (I mean that my spouse passport has my child added to it)?

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Old Jul 11th 2012, 11:07 pm
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Hi,

My baby has two nationalities, Jordanian (my nationality) as well as US nationality, and so he has his own US passport in addition to that he is added to his mother’s Jordanian passport.

When I added him to my application I used his US passport, now when the visa officer requests our passports for the visa, will this cause any issue (I mean that my spouse passport has my child added to it)?

Thanks
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Won't because he would have his own US passport. If he didn't, he would have had to get his own Jordanian passport. Everyone needs their own passport to "land"
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Old Jul 12th 2012, 6:16 am
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Many thanks,

But what about my spouse? She has the child added to her passport, could this cause a problem to her when stamping the visa or at landing?

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Many thanks,

But what about my spouse? She has the child added to her passport, could this cause a problem to her when stamping the visa or at landing?

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No as PMM stated the child will hold their own passport and no Immigrant visa is required for US passport holders.
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No as PMM stated the child will hold their own passport and no Immigrant visa is required for US passport holders.
I was asking about the mother not the child, as her passport has the child added to it, so will this cause any problem when issuing her visa?
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I was asking about the mother not the child, as her passport has the child added to it, so will this cause any problem when issuing her visa?
You are over analyzing things. If she has a valid passport and has applied for a TRV and has added the child to her passport and the child who has a US passport then WHY would it be a problem?
Neither will get into Canada as a PR without the COPR forms or own passport regardless of citizenship. Each individual is issued with the COPR forms so its not an issue.
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