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Hello,

 

I'm currently living in Ukraine with my girlfriend and have been for the past year. I have a residency here and am a US Citizen. My job is here in Ukraine and I'm making a US salary living out here. My girlfriend owns her own apartment, we are both living in it along with my dog that I brought from the states, she is working for a job that pays around $400 a month, but I support her as one day we will be married, most likely in 1 or 2 years. I have not proposed yet as we have many things to buy before I buy a ring. I'm wanting to go to the states to visit family and attend my friends wedding. I also want to bring my girlfriend to meet my family and attend the wedding as well. Neither of us have any intention of moving to the states as I have a great job for a US company in Ukraine. What is the best way to get a visa for my girlfriend and which visa?

 

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24 minutes ago, SPUSMC said:

Hello,

 

I'm currently living in Ukraine with my girlfriend and have been for the past year. I have a residency here and am a US Citizen. My job is here in Ukraine and I'm making a US salary living out here. My girlfriend owns her own apartment, we are both living in it along with my dog that I brought from the states, she is working for a job that pays around $400 a month, but I support her as one day we will be married, most likely in 1 or 2 years. I have not proposed yet as we have many things to buy before I buy a ring. I'm wanting to go to the states to visit family and attend my friends wedding. I also want to bring my girlfriend to meet my family and attend the wedding as well. Neither of us have any intention of moving to the states as I have a great job for a US company in Ukraine. What is the best way to get a visa for my girlfriend and which visa?

 

Thank you

She applies for a B2 visa at the local Consulate, procedure is on their web site, let us know how she gets on.

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As was stated, she must apply for herself.  You can do absolutely nothing to increase her chances...nothing.  She MUST show the CO that she has strong ties to her country and she must convince the CO that she will return to her country after the visit.

Good Luck.  Let us know how it goes.

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20 minutes ago, SPUSMC said:

Hello,

 

I'm currently living in Ukraine with my girlfriend and have been for the past year. I have a residency here and am a US Citizen. My job is here in Ukraine and I'm making a US salary living out here. My girlfriend owns her own apartment, we are both living in it along with my dog that I brought from the states, she is working for a job that pays around $400 a month, but I support her as one day we will be married, most likely in 1 or 2 years. I have not proposed yet as we have many things to buy before I buy a ring. I'm wanting to go to the states to visit family and attend my friends wedding. I also want to bring my girlfriend to meet my family and attend the wedding as well. Neither of us have any intention of moving to the states as I have a great job for a US company in Ukraine. What is the best way to get a visa for my girlfriend and which visa?

 

Thank you

I think it should be b2 visa. She will need to prove that she will return back home.  You might want to support her documents with your own, that you  have a job in Ukraine and will return together  back. I would write a cover letter with detailed explanations and attach all the necessary documents. Whatever documents you can represent to support she has solid reasons to return back, you can think through carefully. 

Here you can find all the info, if you click on the link visas, it will redirect you to a website with detailed explanations about the visas and the requirements 

https://ua.usembassy.gov/visas/nonimmigrant-visas/

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