Tab6282

Getting married June 3rd

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6 minutes ago, Corey911 said:

Lying to Uscis from the beginning it isn't a smart first move. 

 

2 hours ago, Brit1 said:

A B2 is a tourist visa. Is your fiancé planning on coming to visit you in the US before you go and visit him to get married in Jamaica? It might be hard to prove ties to his home country, given that he plans to marry you and move to the US very soon.

What am I lying about?

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He is going to tell them we are thinking about it, but nothing is definite yet. That is part of the reason we need this visit, to test waters before we make any life changing decisions. That's the truth

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5 hours ago, Tab6282 said:

He is going to tell them we are thinking about it, but nothing is definite yet. That is part of the reason we need this visit, to test waters before we make any life changing decisions. That's the truth

I'm just being helpful but at the end  of the  day you  have make right decision for your life but  if I was  you I would look in applying for k1  fiancée visa to be on safe side .

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6 hours ago, Tab6282 said:

He is going to tell them we are thinking about it, but nothing is definite yet. That is part of the reason we need this visit, to test waters before we make any life changing decisions. That's the truth

It sounds like a valid reason to me, so I would suggest if asked he just tells the truth. Good luck with the application!

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11 hours ago, Tab6282 said:

He is going to tell them we are thinking about it, but nothing is definite yet. That is part of the reason we need this visit, to test waters before we make any life changing decisions. That's the truth

Really? The title of this topic is "Getting married June 3rd"

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As long as your partner is truthful in all forms, in the interview, and with CBP, and does not intend to stay in the US when he visits, then you're clear. By clear, I mean he can apply and hope for the best.

 

After your wedding, you can apply for a CR-1 visa via form I-130. This will take roughly a year, but be ready for a wait of up to 18 months just in case. :)

 

Good luck!

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1 hour ago, F1H1I130 said:

Really? The title of this topic is "Getting married June 3rd"

We are getting married June 3rd permitting him and my kids mesh well on his (hopeful) visit in March. There have not been any papers signed and there is nothing set in stone.

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12 minutes ago, geowrian said:

As long as your partner is truthful in all forms, in the interview, and with CBP, and does not intend to stay in the US when he visits, then you're clear. By clear, I mean he can apply and hope for the best.

 

After your wedding, you can apply for a CR-1 visa via form I-130. This will take roughly a year, but be ready for a wait of up to 18 months just in case. :)

 

Good luck!

Thank you!

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