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So guys, I've been in a long distance relationship with my husband for 3 years now and we got married last week. It was very spur of the moment. We had planned on it back in June but stuff came up (my dad being diagnosed with motor neuron and myself passing interviews to work in the us). I'm currently in Florida working in a country club and he's  been stationed in Kansas for over a year (he's an MP and his superiors are well aware of me) I'm wondering what do we need to do to  actually get to live together. He's going home Wednesday and I'm dreading it. 

I plan to adjust  status but I want some help with what I need to do. I have more than enough evidence that we're actually  together. We set up our joint bank account and family plan phones the other day. I'm sorry if I've rambled  it's just hard wrapping my head around all of this. Thank you guys in advance for any help. 


(Also my dad is helping us pay for filing our papers... best dad)

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Also would anyone know if I'm tied to this job or is it possible for me to go live with him... I have no idea about how any of this works. My current job forces me to live at their accommodation and it uses up most of my money on rent.

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