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K1 fiancée Visa with different Religion

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Not necessarily. Depends on your other circumstances, and in some cases where the beneficiary is from. You'll need to share more details if you want a better answer for your case.

Coz i read articles about being in a different Religion might or can be consider a red flag. It happens that my F is a JW and im a RC'. And his family and my family were aware of our differences.

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Jehova's Witness and Roman Catholic.

It can be a red flag, but it doesn't mean a denial. Likely, at interview they will ask about the difference of religion, make sure you talk about it with your fiance, discuss what religion, if any, you'd bring kids up in etc.,

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JW? RC? Where are you both from? Is religion important to both of you, your families? Do you have other red flags (extreme age difference etc)?

Im from PHILIPPINES, actually coz he stayed in our house for almost a month my family were aware. And even his family. Age difference 9years gap.

it can be depends on the embassy

Yeah. Thats what on mu mind too. Like i mean how are we supposed to to prove that to the consul if ever were. Ask.

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Jehova's Witness and Roman Catholic.

It can be a red flag, but it doesn't mean a denial. Likely, at interview they will ask about the difference of religion, make sure you talk about it with your fiance, discuss what religion, if any, you'd bring kids up in etc.,

We are aware of the differences , we're discussing it now actually while preparing to file. We have to deal with it in advance.

Bring kids up? Meaning?

Sorry. And THankYou for the response

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The PI embassy is one of the more easy ones for K1 visas. Having lived together and not having a huge age difference also supports your case. I wouldn't be too worried if I were you.

ThanKyOu! Atleast this made me feel at ease. But just to be prepare for the unexpected . ThankYou ?

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She means what religious community are you planning for your future children to be part of (if any)?

Sorry. I didn't get that well.

Ah. Ok. In JWs kids have the right to choose later on. We'll just hope we wont encounter questions on this. ThankYou for the help.

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Hello to all VJ members. I have a very big worry. Does having a different Religion is a a Big Red Flag on Filing A K1. It so happens that my F and i has a different religion. Advices please. TIA

You have no timeline. Depends on what country the immigrant is coming from and what religion/s you are talking about as well as cultural norms in the country from where the immigrant is coming from.

Good luck, God Bless and Merry Christmas!

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The PI embassy is one of the more easy ones for K1 visas. Having lived together and not having a huge age difference also supports your case. I wouldn't be too worried if I were you.

Age difference can be overcome with evidence of a relationship and/or marriage. (We were a CR-1, married in the Philippines) The age difference between my wife and I is 36 years! Age differences are somewhat common in the Philippines. But I also accompanied my wife to the embassy in Manila for her interview. The consul asked me more questions that they did my wife. It never hurts to have the spouse or fiance present at the interview.

Good luck, GOD BLESS and Merry Christmas,

Aloha from Hawaii, David

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Age difference can be overcome with evidence of a relationship and/or marriage. (We were a CR-1, married in the Philippines) The age difference between my wife and I is 36 years! Age differences are somewhat common in the Philippines. But I also accompanied my wife to the embassy in Manila for her interview. The consul asked me more questions that they did my wife. It never hurts to have the spouse or fiance present at the interview.

Yes, you're right. However, not having a large age difference is still one less thing to worry about for the OP.

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