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Petition To Classify Convention Adoptee As An Immediate Relative {I-800}

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Department of Homeland Security U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services Form I-800, Petition to Classify Convention Adoptee as an Immediate Relative Returned Date Date Resubmitted Date Date Reloc Sent Date Date Reloc Rec'd Date START HERE - Type or Print (Use black ink) Part 1. Information About You (Person filing this petition) For Official Use Only Receipt NOTICE You may not submit Form I-800 if there have been certain changes in your circumstances since your last home study was completed and your Form I-800A, Application for Determination of Suitability to Adopt a Child from a Convention Country, was last approved or extended. If there has been a change, STOP. See instructions for Form I-800 for more information on the type of changes requiring the filing of a new Form I-800A or Form I-800A, Supplement 3. NOTE: If you need more space to complete an answer, use a separate sheet of paper. Write your name, your USCIS Account Number, and the child's current legal name at the top of each sheet of paper and indicate the part and number of the item to which the answer refers. 1. Provide the following information about yourself: Family Name (Last Name) Given Name (First Name) Other Names Used (including maiden name if appropriate) USCIS Account # Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy) U.S. Social Security # (if any) Place of Birth (City/Town, State/Province, Country) Apt. # State or Province Country Apt. # Middle Name Date Home Address - Street Number and Name City Zip/Postal Code 1. The petition is provisionally approved for a Convention Adoptee who will be: Adopted Coming to the U.S. for abroad. adoption. Preadoption requirements met. 2. The child will seek: IV. NIV, so as to apply for naturalization under Sec. 322 after lawful admission. Adjustment of Status under Sec. 245. 3. The petitioner is: Married Unmarried Provisional Action Block: Mailing Address (if different from home address) C/O (in care of) City Zip/Postal Code State or Province Country Final Action Block: Child's legal name after adoption: Contact Information: Daytime Phone # (with area/country code) E-Mail Address (if any) 2. Is the daytime phone number the same as the one provided on Form I-800A? 3. Is the e-mail address (if any) the same as the one provided on Form I-800A? Yes Yes No No Officer Signature Date To Be Completed By Attorney or Representative, if any. Check if G-28 is attached. ATTY State License # Form I-800 03/10/17 N American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Part 1. Information About You (Continued) 4. If you are married, complete "a" and "b" below. a. Provide the following information about your spouse: Family Name (Last Name) Given Name (First Name) USCIS Account # U.S. Social Security # (if any) Date of Birth (mm/dd/yyyy) Middle Name Place of Birth (City/Town, State/Province, Country) b. Does your spouse reside with you? Yes No If "No," provide the following information. NOTE: If you are still legally married but separated from your spouse, you cannot file this petition unless your spouse will join in the submission of Form I-800 and the adoption of the child. Home Address - Street Number and Name Apt. # City State or Province Zip/Postal Code Country Apt. # Mailing Address (if different from home address) C/O (in care of) City Contact Information: Daytime Phone # (with area/country code) State or Province Zip/Postal Code Country E-Mail Address (if any) Part 2. Processing Information 1. Provide the following information on your previously approved Form I-800A. Date of Approval USCIS (mm/dd/yyyy): Receipt # Date Approval/Extension Expires (mm/dd/yyyy) 2. Check "a," "b," or "c." (If none of the below options apply, STOP. You cannot file this petition.) a. The child will seek an immigrant visa, if Form I-800 is approved, because the child will reside in the United States with me, the U.S. citizen petitioner, after the child's admission to the United States on the basis of the proposed adoption. NOTE: If you, the U.S. citizen petitioner, are domiciled in the United States, but are posted abroad temporarily under official orders as a member of the Uniformed Services as defined in 5 U.S.C. 2101, or as a civilian officer or employee of the U.S. Government, the child will be deemed to be coming to the United States to reside in the United States with you, the U.S. citizen petitioner. b. The child will seek a nonimmigrant visa, in order to travel to the United States to obtain naturalization under section 322 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), because I (we), the U.S. citizen petitioner and spouse (if married), intend to complete the adoption abroad, and I (we) will continue to reside abroad with the child immediately following the adoption, rather than residing in the United States. NOTE: This option is not available if the child will be adopted in the United States. You must complete the adoption abroad to use this option. Form I-800 03/10/17 N Page 2 American LegalNet, Inc. www.FormsWorkFlow.com Part 2. Processing Information c. (Continued) The child will seek adjustment of status because the child is already present in the United States in a status that does not preclude the child's adjustment of status, and I (we), the U.S. citizen petitioner and spouse (if married), will either adopt the child in the country of the child's habitual residence or adopt the child in the United States after obtaining custody of the child in that country for purposes of emigration and adoption. NOTE: This option is not available if the country of the child's habitual residence requires the child's return to that country in order for the U.S. citizen petitioner to adopt or obtain custody of the child. 3. If you checked Item 2, a, or Item 2, b, provide the location of the U.S. Embassy or consulate outside the United States where you intend to submit the child's application for a visa. City in Foreign Country Foreign Country 4. Are you filing more than one Form I-800 on behalf of a child from a Convention Country within the validity period of your approved I-800A? If "Yes," go to Question 5. 5. If you are filing more than one Form I-800, are the children already siblings prior to the proposed adoption? Yes No Yes No (If more than one Form I-800 is filed during the approval period for different children, a fee is required for the second and each subsequent Form I-800. However, if the children are siblings, no additional filing fee is required. For more detailed information, see "What is the Filing Fee?" of Form I-800A

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