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my previous relationship K1 didn't work for some reason known to me (long story)

I left the U.S before my I-94 expires.I am in my home country now

I am now in my home country and I met a lady and she agreed to come to my home country to

marry.

Can difference pose a problem inthe next process.she is older than me we some years?

please I need your advice.

she is 43yrs and I am 33yrs, she has two children but never marry before.

Can this pose a red flagis the gap so much for marriage?

Is there any immigration law that can pose a hindranceto this process.

I appreciate your answers in advance.

thanx all.

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Wow, that was quick. 45 days to find true love, again? What are your true intentions valentine?

Simply amazing.

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I am now in my home country and I met a lady and she agreed to come to my home country to

marry.

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valentine,

I sense that you have bigger issues than a fiancee who is 10 years older than you.

Discuss your situation with a US immigration attorney to get an idea of what problems you may face.

Yodrak

my previous relationship K1 didn't work for some reason known to me (long story)

I left the U.S before my I-94 expires.I am in my home country now

I am now in my home country and I met a lady and she agreed to come to my home country to

marry.

Can difference pose a problem inthe next process.she is older than me we some years?

please I need your advice.

she is 43yrs and I am 33yrs, she has two children but never marry before.

Can this pose a red flagis the gap so much for marriage?

Is there any immigration law that can pose a hindranceto this process.

I appreciate your answers in advance.

thanx all.

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Valetine i am glad you went home , but you do need to wait a while before you file again. Like Yodak said please speak to an immigration lawyer to see where you stand.

Good luck ( Iguess , makes me wonder what are your intentions you were just here serious about marrying your other fiancee, not my business)

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No matter what your intentions are...they will be questioned. Think about how this looks...you came here on a K1 visa to break up soon after...then turn around to have a different woman file for a visa for you?

It is not my place to judge anyone, but speaking in terms of "I met a lady and she agreed to come to my home country to marry." does not shed a good light on your intentions at all. If your intention is to file for a visa only for the purpose of immigrating to the United States then I would like to personally thank you for making this process so much more difficult to for those of us who are in real relationships trying to be reunited with our loved ones.

If your intentions are true...you should wait a good amount of time, let this new relationship grow. You will need to address all of your possible red flags up front with the new petition when you file it. 10 years age difference is not a huge red flag, but it is for some countries. Speaking with an immigration attorney about all possible red flags is a must before filing again.

(F) ~Kiyah~ (F)

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Valentine, the fact there is such a short turnaround from your last approved K-1 visa to your prospective next one of a K-3, in my opinion is a huge red flag, especially since the embassy you are dealing with is Lagos, Nigeria which has is widely known for its various 419 scams and pretend marriages to American women. No judgement on your true intentions of your quick decision to marry a new person who is 10 years your senior, but so far the odds are not in your favor. The best thing for you to do if you truly love this new person and wish to succesfully immigrate to the United States, is to have yourn new fiance first consult with an immigration attorney and for you to ask your peers there about their experiences with Lagos Embassy. Also, you may want to post in the Africa Forum to get more feedback on those that have been possibly denied on K visas.

In any event, good luck to you and hopefully, this time around, it will bring you a relationship filled with love and not just an opportunity to emigrate to the U.S.A. :blush:

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Which is clearly his intent. Let's be rational here. Who gets over the breakup with the love of their life and finds another within 45 days, to marry no less? Get real people.

In any event, good luck to you and hopefully, this time around, it will bring you a relationship filled with love and not just an opportunity to emigrate to the U.S.A. :blush:

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Canuck Carrie,

Sadly, I know that. Then we wonder why all of our cases are so closely scrutinized.

It is about legitimizing the relationship in the eyes of the USCIS; and the Embassy beyond that. Then USCIS again.

Clearly not the case here.

William33, do not think that love is a requirement in this process.

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"Which is clearly his intent. Let's be rational here. Who gets over the breakup with the love of their life and finds another within 45 days, to marry no less? Get real people."

William33, I am not defending Valentine's actions to want to marry so quickly because people are going to do what they want regardless of what anybody else thinks which is quite obvious from what Valentine is planning on doing. "Let's be rational here"..., Obviously I was being "rational" in my response by giving an objective yet honest response while others tend to give a emotionally driven response based on trying to figure out each person's story by what little pieces of information they share on here. I refuse to take the approach of judging others on here based on what little information they chose to post.

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Akata girl, to some extent your response is good and touching with an emotional tone. If i can recall this same valentine issue generated alot of controversies during his k-1 visa issues with his previous petitioner. But i will say because of his postings and actions there would be some innocent soul, marriage and relationships that would be affected. Let us stay true to what a genuine relationship would or should be. I'm of the opinion that this is like a game played by the so called valentine to elicit some responses us. Because i don't see anyone in the right frame of mind would post such a thing. He is probable making a fool of us all.

CHECK THIS WEBSITE OUT http://www.ice.gov/pi/news/newsreleases/ar...920santaana.htm AND SEE WHY GETTING IMMIGRATION BENEFITS FOR LOVE ONES WOULD BE DIFFICULT IF NOT CANCELLED IN THE DAYS AND YEARS TO COME.

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If i can recall this same valentine issue generated alot of controversies during his k-1 visa issues with his previous petitioner. But i will say because of his postings and actions there would be some innocent soul, marriage and relationships that would be affected. Let us stay true to what a genuine relationship would or should be. I'm of the opinion that this is like a game played by the so called valentine to elicit some responses us. Because i don't see anyone in the right frame of mind would post such a thing. He is probable making a fool of us all.

Angelic, I agree with you that sham marriages do affect those of us who are legitimately in love and chose to marry someone from another a country. They think that they are always getting over on the system in place and the government by taking such shortcuts but the Lagos Embassy is not an easy embassy to deal with. Valentine may hastily go ahead and marry this woman, but I seriously doubt that the Lagos Embassy will grant him the visa. If and when he does do this, he will have ruined his chances of coming to the U.S. and at that time, whose the "fool" then? Certainly not any of us who married for legitimate reasons.

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