The first question of this week is from Dave and it states “What happens if my foreign fiance gets pregnant in the middle of the process?”
The answer to this is basically your visa does continue with the process just the same. Pregnancy can be used as a as an additional evidence of bona fide or good-faith relationship, of course now the US citizen may be required to sign a statement acknowledging the pregnancy and in some cases even asked for a DNA test, just to make sure that the child is in fact theirs, of course.
That’s the important thing to remember is that they do have to probably have to sign an affidavit stating that they are aware of the pregnancy and that she’s requested by the consular officer.
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