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hey guys ...i am preparing myself to get married and i need again your help i want to see if i got this right ...

1. First u get married

2. u apply for the work permit

3. u follow Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US (http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?autocom=custom&page=i130guide2 )

IS THIS OK ??

i have a visa for 5 years and its a media / information visa I type

i have been searching and i saw that u can change your status without any problems ...and pls tell me guys whats with that 90 days thing ...if i have the visa for 5 years ...i still have to get married in max 90 days from the day i entered the US space ??

:help:

and pls tell me the steps...first u get married and after that u do the Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US OR first Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US and after that marriage

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hey guys ...i am preparing myself to get married and i need again your help i want to see if i got this right ...

1. First u get married

2. u apply for the work permit

3. u follow Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US (http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?autocom=custom&page=i130guide2 )

IS THIS OK ??

i have a visa for 5 years and its a media / information visa I type

i have been searching and i saw that u can change your status without any problems ...and pls tell me guys whats with that 90 days thing ...if i have the visa for 5 years ...i still have to get married in max 90 days from the day i entered the US space ??

:help:

and pls tell me the steps...first u get married and after that u do the Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US OR first Step-by-Step Guide on How to File an I-130 for a Spouse Inside the US and after that marriage

Where are you getting married? Marriage procedures vary by State and sometimes by county.


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First, welcome to the US. I have friends from your country.

After you are married, your wife, the US citizen, needs to file the I130 and Adjustment of status. Please read the "guides" section which will describe exactly what you need to do.

(laughing)@dizzy, yeps, welcome to america where "terrorists" are under every rock and behind every bush.

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Thank you fot the greeting, Happy to be here! Thank you very much for your quick answer. Hope to keep in touch. so that is all? you get married and after that your spouse applies for a status change? I can stay here while this is being done or I must go back till "they" say its ok to come back into the US. And about the 90 day thing, must I be married within that period or can it be sometime within a 6 month period?

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Thank you fot the greeting, Happy to be here! Thank you very much for your quick answer. Hope to keep in touch. so that is all? you get married and after that your spouse applies for a status change? I can stay here while this is being done or I must go back till "they" say its ok to come back into the US. And about the 90 day thing, must I be married within that period or can it be sometime within a 6 month period?

To what 90 day thing do you refer? Did you read the guide you were referred to?


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