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im sure someone has asked this ? at some point.

on the back of the i-94w the visa waiver arrival and departure form

question D asks if u r seeking to work in the united states. could someone tell me what the best answer to this ? would be when i have the mbe and a visa as well

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You don't fill out the visa waiver form if you are coming in on a visa.


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Errm, hold on a moment, s/he has to fill out a white form (I-94) arrival and departure form if s/he has a visa (K1/K2/K3 etc) to enter US soil and not the green one as the green one is for those that are not planning to stay or are using the VWP to enter the USA for 90 days or less.

Darren, do you have a visa, if so what one ?

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If you are entering the USA on a NON-immigrant VISA you fill out I-94 card not I-94W The W means Waiver for when you do-not have a visa.

K-Visas fill out I-94 because K-Visas are NON Immigrant visas, but CR-1 and IR-1 visas do not need to fill out the I-94 because they are immigrants.

Errm, hold on a moment, s/he has to fill out a white form (I-94) arrival and departure form if s/he has a visa (K1/K2/K3/CR1 etc) to enter US soil and not the green one as the green one is for those that are not planning to stay or are using the VWP to enter the USA for 90 days or less.

Darren, do you have a visa, if so what one ?

Only the K-Visas need to fill out I-94, CR-1 does not fill out the I-94 because CR-1 is an immigrant visa resulting in green-card.

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If you are entering the USA on a NON-immigrant VISA you fill out I-94 card not I-94W The W means Waiver for when you do-not have a visa.

K-Visas fill out I-94 because K-Visas are NON Immigrant visas, but CR-1 and IR-1 visas do not need to fill out the I-94 because they are immigrants.

Errm, hold on a moment, s/he has to fill out a white form (I-94) arrival and departure form if s/he has a visa (K1/K2/K3/CR1 etc) to enter US soil and not the green one as the green one is for those that are not planning to stay or are using the VWP to enter the USA for 90 days or less.

Darren, do you have a visa, if so what one ?

Only the K-Visas need to fill out I-94, CR-1 does not fill out the I-94 because CR-1 is an immigrant visa resulting in green-card.

Thanks for clearing that up YuAndDan :thumbs:

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Errm, hold on a moment, s/he has to fill out a white form (I-94) arrival and departure form if s/he has a visa (K1/K2/K3 etc) to enter US soil and not the green one as the green one is for those that are not planning to stay or are using the VWP to enter the USA for 90 days or less.

Darren, do you have a visa, if so what one ?

no visa as yet just starting the process to get one and r filing a k1 when the information i have sent to my dear wonderful Dawn gets there :D

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