Q: Options for bringing Adopted Child to US :Myself and my husband are currently on EAD (employment based) status. We have
Myself and my husband are currently on EAD (employment based) status. We have adopted a child (baby girl 4 year old) in India in March this year. My husband is staying in India with her and i travel back and forth every other month. Upon completion of 6 months the legal formalities in India will be completed and we will get the court order and birth certificate in our names. Wanted to know our options to bring the Child to US.
A: We need to know what kind of visa you are on. EAD just means you have a work permit to work legally in the United States, it does not say anything about the type of visa you have. If you are on legal visa you will be able to bring the child here as a dependant and to guide you properly I need know the type of visa you and your husband are on. All the best and congratulations on the adoption.
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