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Old Sep 4th 2022, 10:00 pm
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Hello everyone, my wife is a USA citizen, she filed for me to come live with her in the USA , I have a 16 year old son who is British , how can I get him on my application
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Old Sep 4th 2022, 10:07 pm
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This thread may be useful - Immigration with a child

I've edited your thread title to make it more obvious what you're asking about, it's better to put a specific thread title rather than just titling them all 'urgent', so that those in the know will see it and be more likely to respond.

HTH.
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Old Sep 5th 2022, 1:57 am
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Your wife will have to file two I-130's. One is for you and one is for your son.

See here: https://uk.usembassy.gov/visas/

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Default Re: Question about step-child of USC immigrating

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This thread may be useful - Immigration with a child

I've edited your thread title to make it more obvious what you're asking about, it's better to put a specific thread title rather than just titling them all 'urgent', so that those in the know will see it and be more likely to respond.

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That link should be very useful if OP reads it.

In particular, that link demonstrates the importance of the question posed. As the question in this thread is posed, OP can NOT have his child included in his application. However, if the question is how to have his child immigrate, that can be done.

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Further note: Both I-130's should be submitted at the same time. This increases the chances that they will be interviewed together at the US Consulate in London.

Remember that you will need to submit two of everything in way of forms, evidence, etc. i.e. one for hubby and one for stepson.
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