I met my husband (who is USC) on dating website in july 2011 (He can speak and write in Mandarin) . I also knew some Taiwanese men on the same website. When my USC husband got my heart, I didn't go on this website anymore. In 2012 Sept, I visited him via B2 Visa, then I married him in Jan 2013. I went back to Taiwan in March before my I-94 was over due. After one month, I flew back to USA, but Customs asked me to sign about not geting in USA voluntarily.
Before this happened, I never thought about being a USC, and I even don't know what is the different between green card and USC. One officer gave me the info papers about filing CR-1 Visa (I didn't lie about why I wanted to stay in USA).
Then I realized marriage is not so easy as I think when I marry to a USC.
My husband also has no idea about applying visa for me. After this, he goes to find a lawyer to help us get visa.
After this event, I google about this then I know this VJcommunity,
I have been worrying that I can't live with my husband in USA anymore. (He has two great jobs which he loves and I won't ask him to give up his jobs for me and staying in Taiwan)
I also worry that USISC may think my marriage is fraud because I used B2 visa to get marry intead of K1 visa
(I really didn't know what K1 visa is after knowing VJ. besides, we never met in person but just saw each other on webcam. Since I was in USA, I love him more and more than I think)
I really don't want to be USC, besides, my family is in Taiwan. My parents is geting to old to live in USA with me. None of my family wants to be USC.
And I left before my I-94 was overdue, because I want to obey the USA law.
My thinking is I use B2 visa to live with my husband and get back to taiwan every 6months for visiting my parents.
Anyway, I can't go back the time before this happened, but I wish someone can give us advice when we get married.
For example, the officer who gave us marriage license and knew I was foreign could gave us some information about cross-country marriage.
If I knew this before, I think I could make right decision about Visa.
Now, I still don't want to be USC, but I really want to stay with my husband.
I want him to be my first and last husband.
If I can't get CR1 visa, I don't know what will happen, and this scary me every second.
Sorry about my limited English writing ability if you read this post with difficulty.