- GaryLv 75 年前最佳解答
1. Your choice. No difference.
2. Yes. This is why you must have your husband's written consent.
If possible, the husband should be the parent bringing the child to AIT for interview (even interviewing together).
Beside - your husband can also apply for the visa, but choose not to go later.
3. Not relevant.
4. Nothing much. Your child's visa approval is based on your chance of approval.
As soon as you can show you have the money, the child will be fine.
5. The likelihood of admission from a local public school and the time you have.
The U.S. law does not prohibit your child from enrolling a public school. The issue is the local school can impose additional requirements (like local residence).
Since you can only enter the U.S. 30 days before school start, it will be a difficult task for you to be settled, as well as your child's matters be taken cared. It will be more difficult if you don't know how to drive or have a car.
Unless you have an existing support system (such as relatives and friends in the local area, or even your husband is going with you for a few weeks), it is best you take care yourself first and your child can come later.
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- 匿名Lv 75 年前
理論可行， 事實上， 你的大學願不願意讓你弄F2?
F-2 Visa for Spouse and ChildThe spouse and unmarried children under the age of 21 of an F-1 student are eligible for F-2 status, and may stay in the US as long as the primary student remains in legal F1 status.How to apply for an F-2 visa?Your spouse and minor children can apply for F2 visas, and either accompany or follow to join you in the United States.To apply for an F-2 visa, you need to contact your school's international student office and request a new I-20 for your dependent. You will likely be asked to provide documents to demonstrate the relationship, such as marriage certificate, birth certificate, notarized certification, etc. You will also need to show evidence of financial resources sufficient to support your family living in the United States. This may include bank statements, pay stubs, affidavits of support, and family savings in your home country.After receiving a new I-20, the F2 application procedure becomes very similar to applying for an F-1 visa. Your dependent needs to make a visa appointment at a U.S. embassy or consulate, and bring to the interview all documents mentioned above, plus additional information to support their request for a non-immigrant visa.Generally a child under the age of 14 does not need to be present at the F2 visa interview, unless specifically required by a consular officer.Can F-2 dependents go to school in the US?A spouse in F-2 status may not enroll in a full course of study, or engage in any study toward a degree program. An F-2 spouse may, however, take classes that are avocational or recreational in nature. This means part-time study for the purpose of pursuing a hobby or interest, such as cooking or tennis.To study full-time at post-secondary level, the spouse must change his/her F-2 status to F1, and may not attend school until the change of status request is approved by the USCIS.
- sjsm1234Lv 55 年前
- 匿名使用者5 年前
念大學? 社區大學嗎? 如果是社區大學，又要夾帶孩子，你拿到F-1 visa的可能性就不高。
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