Thank you for your specific questions because I have no way of knowing what you know so I need to begin with the basics.
I will go through your questions one at a time:
My child will enter in two weeks time USA with the Visa stamped in their passport as: " IR-2 and Visa stamped with "upon endorsement serves as temporary I-551 evidencing permanent residence for 1 year" ???
What does this mean?
This means that your child is admitted to the US as a permanent resident under the IR-2 classification - minor child or a US citizen. The I-551 is the actual plastic resident alien card. Since that takes some time to produce, the temporary stamp placed in the passport is proof of the resident status.
"Under the Child Citizenship Act your baby has to first enter the US as a permanent resident and then can either apply for a passport or a N-600 Certificate of Naturalization"
So , right now, my baby can enter as a permanent resident or not? If yes, how can I apply for a passport and which are the steps to do it?Your child gets first from the Embassy an immigrant visa stamp to enter the US. Once they set foot on US soil they are processed for their permanent resident status and are admitted to the US at the airport as a permanent resident. So yes, your baby can enter the US as a permanent resident.
He is applying under the Child Citizen Act, not a Consular Report of Birth
- Have at least one American citizen parent by birth or naturalization;
- Be under 18 years of age;
- Live in the legal and physical custody of the American citizen parent; and
- Be admitted as an immigrant for lawful permanent residence.
If yes, how can I apply for a passport and which are the steps to do it?
I don't understand where my answer on how to do this was not clear. I need you to be more specific because I gave you step by step information on what you need to do. I gave you the link to the Houston Passport Agency and the link on how to proceed with applying for an expedited passport.
I'm expecting a clear answer, because I already knew it as per my research in the web.I am not understand what you need clarity about. I thought I was clear on what you need to provide.
Which are these evidences?
"Take evidence of your naturalization - your passport or your naturalization certificate
Take evidence your child has been in your legal and physical custody"
Are you married? If yes, then no evidence is required to prove the child has been living with you. If you are a single parent or seperated or divorced you need to show you had custody granted to you by the court.
- Proof of the child's relationship to the American citizen parent. For the biological child of the American citizen this will be a certified copy of the foreign birth certificate (and translation if not in English). For an adopted child, it is a certified copy of the final adoption decree (and translation if not in English);
- The child's foreign passport showing the Bureau of Citizenship and Immigration Services in the Department of Homeland Security (USCIS) I-551 stamp in the passport, or the child's permanent resident card (green card);
- Proof of identity of the American citizen parent(s)- passport and or naturalization certificate
- Passport application, passport photographs and fees. Go to Passport Services for forms and full instructions.
I'm naturalized because I have american passport since 2008, what lse do they rquerided ? Don't tell me that I need to show them that I live 5 years at US before my child born (because I already know this and based on that and the embassy will give me the passport already)I didn't tell you this. You are transmitting citizenship to your child based on the Child Citizenship Act which requires your child to first enter the US as a permanent resident.
Where evidence are required saying that is my child? Birthday certificate, passport, what else do they need?
Yes, the link I gave you to the passport instructions tell you clearly what you need to show. Your child's birth certificate, the passport with I-551 stamp and the consent of the father if he is not accompanying the child to the passport office.
I don't know if your research has lead you to reading the application and it's instructions. Everyone needs to do this. It is very important. Let me know what I can clarify for you after you read them.
I;m expecting a clear answer after paying the service, so please, let me know if you know it. They must be plenty of people with similar issues (born babies coming to US with IR-2 and stamped "upon endorsement ....") so we need to know all specific steps to get our baby american passport soon.In fact, my last question last night was exactly the same issue! The customer rated me excellent and gave me a bonus. they were very happy and satisfied with my answer. I am trying to provide you with the same exemplary service.
Please understand I am here to help you. I am trying my best and appreciate these specific follow-up questions so I can clarify what you specifically do not understand.