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Filed: Country: Peru
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What, if any, are the restrictions for taking a honeymoon outside the U.S., while the K1 or Adjustment of Status application is being processed? Do you have to wait until it is all finished before we can leave the country (U.S.)/put our honeymoon on hold?

Or even once we are married, can my fiance visit her family in Peru, during the application process, and still come home to me in the U.S. afterwards?

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If the K-1 application is still being processed, that means you must not be married yet, and therefore wouldn't be on a "honeymoon"..

Once you are married, you can file for AoS (I-485) and file an application for travel document (AKA Advance Parole, or AP) with it. You will have AP usually within 2-3 months from application. You cannot travel (and be allowed reentry) until you have the Advance Parole document.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Peru
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Exactly, you will need to file for AP with the AOS filing. Once you get that you will be OK to travel. If you leave the U.S. before that she will not be allowed entry back into the U.S.. Good luck with everything.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Your wife will need either an AP (Advance Parole) or her green card in order to leave and return to the US. If she leaves before she has one or the other, she will not be allowed to return to the US and you would have to start the whole immigration process over again for a K-3 or a CR-1 visa. You apply for both the Green Card and the AP at the same time after you are married. The AP (I-131) generally takes about 90 days to process and is used for permission to return to the US while she is waiting for her green card to be processed. It is included in the same price with the AOS (green card) application.

You may want to look at 'in America' options for honeymoons unless you want to wait until after she receives her AP or green card to take a honeymoon.

As well, her K-1 is good for a one time entry only. Once she has used it to enter the US she cannot leave the US and return using the K-1; you get married within the 90 days, apply for the AOS/AP/EAD and once she gets the AP she can safely visit her family and return to the US.

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