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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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Hi everyone

My fiance (USC) and I are in Australia at the moment. We have been here since the end of October and we are working/living here. We are intending to stay here until the visa is in hand and then go to America.

Because of this, he does not have a salary/job in the US. We do not have any assets. However, his mother, who makes in the vicinity of $60 - $70k a year, is willing to be our co-sponsor, and if this wasn't enough, we are sure his father (same salary) or sister ($80k pa) would also co-sponsor.

Will this be okay? Obviously his intention would be to get a job as soon as we get to America but in the meantime, we have the opportunity to be together during the wait, so it is easier for us.

Thanks for any help!

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Hi everyone

My fiance (USC) and I are in Australia at the moment. We have been here since the end of October and we are working/living here. We are intending to stay here until the visa is in hand and then go to America.

Because of this, he does not have a salary/job in the US. We do not have any assets. However, his mother, who makes in the vicinity of $60 - $70k a year, is willing to be our co-sponsor, and if this wasn't enough, we are sure his father (same salary) or sister ($80k pa) would also co-sponsor.

Will this be okay? Obviously his intention would be to get a job as soon as we get to America but in the meantime, we have the opportunity to be together during the wait, so it is easier for us.

Thanks for any help!

That should be fine.

However if your fiance has residency in Australia, Then getting married and using DCF may be an option. If it is, then you will be able to go almost directly to a green card pretty quickly.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Australia
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Hi everyone

My fiance (USC) and I are in Australia at the moment. We have been here since the end of October and we are working/living here. We are intending to stay here until the visa is in hand and then go to America.

Because of this, he does not have a salary/job in the US. We do not have any assets. However, his mother, who makes in the vicinity of $60 - $70k a year, is willing to be our co-sponsor, and if this wasn't enough, we are sure his father (same salary) or sister ($80k pa) would also co-sponsor.

Will this be okay? Obviously his intention would be to get a job as soon as we get to America but in the meantime, we have the opportunity to be together during the wait, so it is easier for us.

Thanks for any help!

That should be fine.

However if your fiance has residency in Australia, Then getting married and using DCF may be an option. If it is, then you will be able to go almost directly to a green card pretty quickly.

We did want to try that but he's not here on a permanent visa, so no go.

Thanks for the info! Good to know.

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