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arrowhamilton ontario to buffalo ny, anyone else go through the k1 process while being so close in distance?
May 22, 2015, 6:48 pm Last comment by mrs thb

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Hi! So I am from buffalo ny, my girlfriend of a year and a half (same sex relationship btw) is from hamilton, ontario. We are looking to begin the k1 process soon and I was just wondering if anyone else lived in such close proximity while doing so? We are only 45 minutes away, just with a border between us =/ we alternate every other week who comes to who, 2 or 3 days each visit and we have never been hassled or even questioned about our relationship. I guess my question is, do you think any part of this will be easier bc of how close we are? Such as visiting while processing, proving our relationship etc? We just want to make sure we do this right, without ever being hassled it seems like it will be easy but I know this isn't always the case. We were thinking of her visiting for her max allowed of time while we begin the process for her to get used to things and get things in order then her returning and waiting for it to finish. What if we get our interview somehow before she returns, will it hurt anything that she is here as a visitor? I also hear Canadians do not need a visitors visa? Any help will be appreciated!

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arrowHopeful Girlfriend in Canada
May 22, 2015, 4:37 pm Last comment by Pitaya
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Hi everyone,


I still haven't applied for a K-1 Visa (yet!). My boyfriend and I have been discussing the possibility for about a year now, and joining the forum is just a means of research for us. 


Get some insight on the application process, legalities, etc, before we dive in. My oldest sister and my best friend are both getting married in May/June 2016, so hopefully once those events are over, we'll be in full force to be living together by the end of the year.


I'll be looking through the forums for some time to really get an understanding of the process.


Thank you in advance for sharing your stories. They will be helpful to us.



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arrowCanadian Vaccinations requirements- Dr Cheema in Surrey
May 22, 2015, 1:08 pm Last comment by charmed2006

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Hi everyone!


My medical exam is booked next week with Dr. Cheema in Surrey. WOO! Because I am in the age bracket 27-49, his website indicated that I only need proof of vaccination for the following:


27-49 YEARS

-Tdap (Adacel or Boosterix) - ensure you get Tdap not just Td

-MMR Measles, Mumps, Rubella. ("MR" and "MM" are not enough. You need MMR)

-Varicella - If you had "Chicken Pox" disease, no vaccine is needed

-Influenza (only required during October - February, annually)


Question 1)


I had chickenpox as a child. Will I need to have a blood test before my medical exam as proof? Or will a blood test be done during the medical exam to do this.


Question 2)


The pdf package here: a HUGE list of vaccines that are required in order to verify immigrant visa status. Many of which are only required as vaccines for infants/toddlers (e.g. Hib, Pneumococcal). I don't have proof of these I need to get them?



Thank you lovely people =)

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arrowMy husband forgot to make a copy of our original i-130 package
May 22, 2015, 12:57 pm Last comment by NLR

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Hi there, 


Just realized when gathering all the stuff for the future interview at the consulate that a copy of the i-130 was not done. If we fill out a new i-130 will that be okay? it's a newer version than the original one we sent in. 


ANY ADVICE? has anyone ever done this before? I'm stressing out

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arrowCanadian in US/Pakistani in Germany same-sex marriage while one GC in process
May 22, 2015, 11:31 am Last comment by fellaamazing

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I hope I am posting it in right forum.


I know my potential husband for a while through social media. We both came from same country, and same background. And have very similar outlook in life.


I have been working in US on a non-immigrant visa. Now that I have my I-140 approved, and waiting for NVC to complete my case and send it to US consulate in Canada for interview for my permanent residence.


I learned the fact that it is much easier and faster to immigrate a spouse if I marry before getting the green card, rather than after getting the green card. Please suggest me the best possible way to marry that would raise least amount of red-flags.


His visa allows him to visit any of Schengen states.

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