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Hi everybody! My husband and I plans to live in Alaska when i get to the US. If i can get my visa by June or July 2015,my husband will come to the Philippines to pick me up by september. Which means we will be there winter time. Usually my husband stay in Washington State during winter time with his Dad. Should my Port of Entry be San Francisco? Because usually my husbands flies from Philippines to SanFrancisco and eventually to Washington. Our plan is to stay for a while with his Dad in Washington because it will be winter time. My husband works seasonal in Alaska only during summer. Is this fine? To stay in washington state first until summer eventhough we filled our application that we plan to stay in Alaska?

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