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DV2022 Selectees from Ghana

Rky

New Member
Congratulations to those who have sailed through in getting their visas already.....
Some of us are praying to become current in the next VB.
 

Rky

New Member
Let's know what's going on within the week. Wishing ourselves a blessed week.


Just want to get some clarifiation please.

if for any reason like lack of funds you want to drop two of your derivatives (2 kids) and move on with only wiffe, can you do this on the day of the interview?

Kindly help me out.
 

Sm1smom

Super Moderator
Let's know what's going on within the week. Wishing ourselves a blessed week.


Just want to get some clarifiation please.

if for any reason like lack of funds you want to drop two of your derivatives (2 kids) and move on with only wiffe, can you do this on the day of the interview?

Kindly help me out.
You can certainly decide to not proceed with your kids due to financial reasons. Although that decision may actually backfire as in making the CO to believe the possibility of your becoming a public charge should you be granted the visa are a lot higher - you will most likely be denied if the CO feels you don't have the means to support yourself and do not have necessary support.

On the other hand if proceed as planned and, you and your wife alone subsequently get approved, it will cost you a lot more (money, time, sponsorship requirements, etc. ) before you will be able to bring your kids over to the US to join you and your wife. Your best bet is to attend the interview with your wife and children (borrow money if you have to in order to complete the medical exam and attend the interview together). Once approved, you and your family should have about 6 months before the visa expires, in which case you (and your wife if you like) can travel first, quickly try to find some work (even at entry level) to start earning an income and then bring your kids over before their visas expire.
 
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