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    I have petitioned my son under F2b category and it will be a long time until he comes to the US. He cannot marry until he migrates, but can he have children? Would this affect his interview? Thanks for the advice.

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    I have petitioned my son under F2b category and it will be a long time until he comes to the US. He cannot marry until he migrates, but can he have children? Would this affect his interview? Thanks for the advice.

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    • #3
      ..but can he have children?
      Why not?

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      • #4
        Of course, the question then becomes, would he be able to bring his children with him?

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        • #5
          And of course, since it's already taking HIM a long time to get his visa, he can expect it to take a long time for his children to be eligible, too.

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          • #6
            ..since it's already taking HIM a long time to get his visa, he can expect it to take a long time for his children to be eligible, too.
            Ooooh, what a pleasure, what a pleasure !
            I am jumping from sadistic joy here, envisioning how painfully will this miserable ****ster family suffer !

            Indeed these are wages of the SIN, and Greatest SIN of All SINS is Desire to have your Family move to America , for Jesus said : "Dogs and Monkeys shall not wish to nor come come to America !"

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            • #7
              What would this mean (from I-130 form)?
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              B If you are a lawful permanent resident, you may file this form for:

              (1) Your husband or wife;
              (2) Your unmarried child under 21 years of age;
              (3) Your unmarried son or daughter over 21 years of age.

              NOTE

              If your relative qualifies under paragraph B(2) or B(3) above, separate petitions are not required for his or her unmarried children under 21 years of age.

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              • #8
                aneri is a ****sterhead, so I would rather ignore it's post and do my own research or consult immigration attorney.

                But you should always listen to me.

                And beware, aneri was right this time.


                Good luck,

                IE

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                • #9
                  No, they can't; all applicants for F2b category are automatically sterilized.

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                  • #10
                    Supertruth--If the OP is so attached to his family, then he shouldn't have left them in the first place. If they were minors when he immigrated, then he would have been able to bring them with him IF he immigrated legally. And since we're talking in this post about someone who hasn't even had children yet, well, why should I feel sorry for someone who has them knowing it may be a long while before he can live with them here?

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                    • #11
                      ..why should I feel sorry for someone who has them knowing it may be a long while before he can live with them here?
                      No one asks you to feel sorry for anyone.
                      You are even free to take pleasure in your sadistic visions of sufferings endured by families who are separated due to CAP limits.

                      Just keep in mind that it's none of your ****ing business who, when and with whom has a child, unless you are a member of GESTAPO.

                      And if you are not a sadistic GESTAPO member, then you can't deny that it's an unfortunate consequence of outdated CAPs that cause such undue hardships on nuclear families.

                      IE

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                      • #12
                        I don't care who has a child, but I do care if I have to support that child with welfare, or if that child seeks to come to the U.S. and is not the child of a U.S. citizen.

                        As I said before, if immigrants are so family-oreinted, then they have the option of remaining in their own countries with their families if they don't like our immigration laws. Or, they can live here and visit family members in their own countries. What's OUTDATED is the idea that our immigration laws should be driven by family reunification beyond the nuclear family: husband, wife and minor children. Cut the categories for parents, siblings, and adult kids, and you can have speedier processing for minor children of LPRs (and their spouses, too).

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