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Hello everyone!

My name is Corey and will soon join many others on the K-1 Visa process to try and get my SO to the US with me. I live in Alabama, USA and she lives in Vietnam. I recently came back from our first visit and we decided we wanted to start on this process. It's kind of intimidating looking at all the requirements and documents, but I'm taking it slow and doing as much research as possible to make sure we have everything we need and all the documents filled out correctly. I've been lurking off and on and a lot of the information has been helpful so far. It has been interesting to read about other peoples experiences and what we may run into down the road. Wishing everyone else on their journey best of luck!

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Hello everyone!

My name is Corey and will soon join many others on the K-1 Visa process to try and get my SO to the US with me. I live in Alabama, USA and she lives in Vietnam. I recently came back from our first visit and we decided we wanted to start on this process. It's kind of intimidating looking at all the requirements and documents, but I'm taking it slow and doing as much research as possible to make sure we have everything we need and all the documents filled out correctly. I've been lurking off and on and a lot of the information has been helpful so far. It has been interesting to read about other peoples experiences and what we may run into down the road. Wishing everyone else on their journey best of luck!

Welcome :) Good luck in filing, all the info you need is in the guides if you didn't already find them.

Happy holidays :)

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Welcome. See the Vietnam regional forum for some specifics. Including a "relationship timeline" in the USCIS petition will probably help at the consular stage.

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Welcome. See the Vietnam regional forum for some specifics. Including a "relationship timeline" in the USCIS petition will probably help at the consular stage.

Thank you! I've read that Vietnam is one of the harder countries to get a visa from so it looks like we may have my work cut out for us. I guess it's good that I'm always up for a challenge :)

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