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I'm just getting started with all of this, and I'm not sure where to submit the application for the K1. My fiance's home country is Iran and there is no US Embassy/Consulate there, so do we need to file in another country nearby or do we file with the Swiss that handle the US affairs there? If anybody can help, I'd appreciate it greatly. Thanks.

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A quick google search turned up this. Dunno how accurate it is, but it'll get you started.

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Enter the name of the US consulate in your home country; or if there is no US consulate in your country, the one with power to handle visa requests from your country. e.g., US embassy in Turkey handles the applicants from Iran as there is no US embassy/consulate in Iran. If there are multiple consulates in your country, write the one that has jurisdiction over your residence area.

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An American Embassy is a privilege, not an requirement

I guess after they took all the Americans Hostage in Iran back in the 70's and held them for over a year, took care of that.


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If you post this in the Middle East and North Africa forum there are some ladies in there with spouses from Iran. They may be able to help you.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showforum=97

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An American Embassy is a privilege, not an requirement

I guess after they took all the Americans Hostage in Iran back in the 70's and held them for over a year, took care of that.

Wow, is that what happened? Thanks for the history lesson! To everyone else, thanks for the help.

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