Hello, this is our situation: I am a US citizen, we filed I130 and I485 so my wife can live here in the states with me. After we filed our baby was born here in the US. Within the forms we obviously stated no children, since baby wasn't born when we were filling the forms... but it is also true that he was born right after we sent the documents.
Should I, and in case yes, how should I update and let USCIS know that our baby is born?
Thank you in advance!
You can send in supplemental information to let them know about your baby. You may also need to supplement your I 864 to show you still meet the sponsorship criteria with the additional member of your family.
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As of the date of filing the information was accurate, and thus no requirement or expectation to update. When scheduled for the marriage interview, take the child's birth certificate as additional evidence of a bona fide marriage.
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I don't see the necessity of update them, the baby is a US citizen, he won't need to apply for 130 with you.
It always helps in immigration filings for a U.S.-born baby to show up in the "family". All the best to you; and congratulations.
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