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How to bring baby to USA, born with surrogacy in India

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Hi there .This is Ashu .Me and my husband are going to India for Egg donor with IVF and surrogacy treatment .I am Indian born US citizen with OCI and my husband is Indian origin Green card holder .Born baby will get Indian passport and our names on Birth certificate .so the question is how can we bring baby to USA? Is there any visa required for baby?? What is the immigration process for baby??If any one knows the answer please let us know.. Thanks

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This is such a specialized issue. Check Martindale and ask the surrogacy agency (I hope you are using one).

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What is Martindale??? is it possible to bring baby to USA as early as possible after birth??? i don't mind hiring an attorney but i need some assurance....thanks

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My wife and I are Indian citizens and US green card holders. We are
expecting our twins through surrogacy in Aug 2014. We are the genetic
parents of the twins.

We are not really sure of the easiest way of bringing the babies from India
to US in terms of US visa/green card related issues.If anyone of you have gone through a similar experience, can you please share your experience of bringing your babies back from India to US? Does the rule
below apply to cases like ours or do we need to take another route?

As outlined in 9 FAM 42.1 N1.1, a child under two years of age who was born
of a Permanent Resident Alien mother during a temporary visit abroad does
not require an immigrant visa in order to travel to the United States if
the alien parent is in possession of a valid Form I-551 (i.e. green card),
a valid reentry permit, or an SB-1 visa.  The child must be admitted to the
U.S. within two years of birth and the accompanying parent must be applying
for readmission upon first return after the birth of the child.  We suggest
that the accompanying parent carry documentary evidence of his or her
relationship to the child, including the child's passport and birth
certificate.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

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My wife and I are Indian citizens and US green card holders. We are

expecting our twins through surrogacy in Aug 2014. We are the genetic

parents of the twins.

We are not really sure of the easiest way of bringing the babies from India

to US in terms of US visa/green card related issues.If anyone of you have gone through a similar experience, can you please share your experience of bringing your babies back from India to US? Does the rule

below apply to cases like ours or do we need to take another route?

As outlined in 9 FAM 42.1 N1.1, a child under two years of age who was born

of a Permanent Resident Alien mother during a temporary visit abroad does

not require an immigrant visa in order to travel to the United States if

the alien parent is in possession of a valid Form I-551 (i.e. green card),

a valid reentry permit, or an SB-1 visa.  The child must be admitted to the

U.S. within two years of birth and the accompanying parent must be applying

for readmission upon first return after the birth of the child.  We suggest

that the accompanying parent carry documentary evidence of his or her

relationship to the child, including the child's passport and birth

certificate.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

That quote would not apply because the child wasn't born to your spouse.

You need to see a lawyer who has handled such situations.

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My wife and I are Indian citizens and US green card holders. We are

expecting our twins through surrogacy in Aug 2014. We are the genetic

parents of the twins.

We are not really sure of the easiest way of bringing the babies from India

to US in terms of US visa/green card related issues.If anyone of you have gone through a similar experience, can you please share your experience of bringing your babies back from India to US? Does the rule

below apply to cases like ours or do we need to take another route?

As outlined in 9 FAM 42.1 N1.1, a child under two years of age who was born

of a Permanent Resident Alien mother during a temporary visit abroad does

not require an immigrant visa in order to travel to the United States if

the alien parent is in possession of a valid Form I-551 (i.e. green card),

a valid reentry permit, or an SB-1 visa.  The child must be admitted to the

U.S. within two years of birth and the accompanying parent must be applying

for readmission upon first return after the birth of the child.  We suggest

that the accompanying parent carry documentary evidence of his or her

relationship to the child, including the child's passport and birth

certificate.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

Hi Did you find solution?

How did you get baby to USA

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My wife and I are Indian citizens and US green card holders. We are

expecting our twins through surrogacy in Aug 2014. We are the genetic

parents of the twins.

We are not really sure of the easiest way of bringing the babies from India

to US in terms of US visa/green card related issues.If anyone of you have gone through a similar experience, can you please share your experience of bringing your babies back from India to US? Does the rule

below apply to cases like ours or do we need to take another route?

As outlined in 9 FAM 42.1 N1.1, a child under two years of age who was born

of a Permanent Resident Alien mother during a temporary visit abroad does

not require an immigrant visa in order to travel to the United States if

the alien parent is in possession of a valid Form I-551 (i.e. green card),

a valid reentry permit, or an SB-1 visa.  The child must be admitted to the

U.S. within two years of birth and the accompanying parent must be applying

for readmission upon first return after the birth of the child.  We suggest

that the accompanying parent carry documentary evidence of his or her

relationship to the child, including the child's passport and birth

certificate.

Any advise would be greatly appreciated.

 

Hi, I am in same situation. Were you able to get the visa processed for the new born? How long did it take? Please do share your experience.

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On ‎6‎/‎11‎/‎2015 at 4:31 PM, DeeVee2802 said:

 

Hi, I am in same situation. Were you able to get the visa processed for the new born? How long did it take? Please do share your experience.

Me too... can you please share your experience with me as well. Appreciate your help in advance

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Hi, we are expecting a baby girl through surrogacy in India. My husband and I are US citizens. What is the procedure like, to bring the baby from India? What are the legal requirements?

Any help would be appreciated.

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We are expecting child through surrogacy in 3 months. My husband and I are green card holders and Indian citizens.  Can someone please help in providing info about bringing baby back to the US ... please any info appreciated

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Hi, we are expecting a baby  through surrogacy in India with an egg donor. My husband is a US citizen and I am a GC holder. What is the procedure / legal requirements to bring the baby from India, Also please suggest an attorney who deals such immigration cases.Any help would be appreciated. Thanks!

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