I apply to adjust my status, and my interview is in a few weeks... One of my questions is what kind of evidence are they going to ask for, are they going to ask for a paternity test to prove that my husband is the actual father of the unborn baby, what else could they ask for??
Typically, a paternity test is not required. Assuming the child is your husband's child, you should include a letter from the doctor confirming pregnancy. Your interview notice has a list of evidence that you should bring to the interview. You to provide evidence that you married your husband to build a life together not to get immigration status.
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What aren't you telling us?
Is your husband the father?
If so, don't be concerned.
If not, meet with an attorney.
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Many states have a presumption that a child of a marriage is a child of the husband and wife together. If there is any doubt about this, you will really want to speak to a lawyer right away. If there is no doubt as to who the father is, then you have nothing to worry about.
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Why would you even think about it?
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