1. NO WAY. I want my child to be european. My father died 3 June 2013. I couldnt travel because I had a miscarriage Jan 2013..and this current pregnancy had complications. Also, I purchased my ticket 1 week before my father died. I wanted to visit my mother and sort out a service for my father who was cremated and I had to pay cash for it all. The 1st agent said, "do you think I am to believe that your father died in June and it is July and now you want to go to America?"
2. I had a copy of mz I-407 form. The 2nd agent stated, it was "too recent" since giving it up to think I might not come back. Maybe I had changed my mind
3. I have a limited company registered in the UK. Since I married my husband, who is Austrian, I do as much work from Austria. I brought my cert of incorporation, company docs to show directors and shareholders (just me) and contracts.
I also just bought a house in Austria with my husband and had the mortgage papers. The 2nd agent said, "it was too recent"...that my life was too "transitional".
Ok. Many thanks!
HOW can I PROVE that I am leaving the baby behind? They didnt want to even see my plane tickets which I had...they gave them back.
Should I have my husband write a letter (maybe even certified) to state that I am travelling alone and leaving the baby behind?
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