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My Fiancee and I are thinking about how best to mange the situation with her son who is six years old.

The intent is to bring him to the US to live with us. However, it's a big change for him, and for his family as he is the only child in the family of that age, and he's the center of attention for my fiancee and her sisters and her mother.

She would like for him to come for two weeks then return to Colombia, to finish out his school year and come to live with us when he's better able to make the transition.

I'm just concerned about the implications of the visa and what it means for his ability to travel.

Anyone care to comment? Can he return to Colombia before we marry? Will it be a problem for him to return to the US at a later date?

Tony

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