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K3 - Hardship Waiver

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Brazil
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My husband (U.S citizen) recently filed the I-130 petition for me and we´ll be applying for the I-129 (K3 spousal visa) once we receive the NOA1.

The only issue is that I overstayed my I-94, in that case my K3 Visa could be denied and we´ll have to file for a "hardship waiver"... (I´m currently overseas btw)

From experience in other cases or in your own case, Can someone please give us advice on what are the factors that would qualify as hardship?

I know that by simply just missing your wife is not the answer they are looking for...

My husband is in the military, he just came back from a 7month deployment a few weeks ago... (maybe that would be the first one?)

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: India
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:thumbs: As a new member, I would like to greet everyone :D

My husband (U.S citizen) recently filed the I-130 petition for me and we´ll be applying for the I-129 (K3 spousal visa) once we receive the NOA1.

The only issue is that I overstayed my I-94, in that case my K3 Visa could be denied and we´ll have to file for a "hardship waiver"... (I´m currently overseas btw)

From experience in other cases or in your own case, Can someone please give us advice on what are the factors that would qualify as hardship?

I know that by simply just missing your wife is not the answer they are looking for...

My husband is in the military, he just came back from a 7month deployment a few weeks ago... (maybe that would be the first one?)

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!

CR-1 and K3s are taking pretty much the same time these days. in some cases, K3 is taking longer than CR-1. you should reconsider your options and stick with standalone I-130. good luck!

:thumbs: As a new member, I would like to greet everyone :D

My husband (U.S citizen) recently filed the I-130 petition for me and we´ll be applying for the I-129 (K3 spousal visa) once we receive the NOA1.

The only issue is that I overstayed my I-94, in that case my K3 Visa could be denied and we´ll have to file for a "hardship waiver"... (I´m currently overseas btw)

From experience in other cases or in your own case, Can someone please give us advice on what are the factors that would qualify as hardship?

I know that by simply just missing your wife is not the answer they are looking for...

My husband is in the military, he just came back from a 7month deployment a few weeks ago... (maybe that would be the first one?)

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!

CR-1 and K3s are taking pretty much the same time these days. in some cases, K3 is taking longer than CR-1. you should reconsider your options and stick with standalone I-130. good luck!


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Mailed I-130 Packet on 05/27/08

Approved: 12/23/08

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:thumbs: As a new member, I would like to greet everyone :D

My husband (U.S citizen) recently filed the I-130 petition for me and we´ll be applying for the I-129 (K3 spousal visa) once we receive the NOA1.

The only issue is that I overstayed my I-94, in that case my K3 Visa could be denied and we´ll have to file for a "hardship waiver"... (I´m currently overseas btw)

From experience in other cases or in your own case, Can someone please give us advice on what are the factors that would qualify as hardship?

I know that by simply just missing your wife is not the answer they are looking for...

My husband is in the military, he just came back from a 7month deployment a few weeks ago... (maybe that would be the first one?)

Any help would be greatly appreciated...

Your husband should contact the JAG office on his base. They are the best people to help as long as he is in the military you probably can qualify for a military expedite.

Thanks and Happy Holidays!!!

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