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mixed couple with dual nationality

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Filed: Country: Netherlands
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Hello there,

My name is Stella and I am Dutch. My fiance is Jose and he is an American who also has the Mexican nationality. At the moment he lives in Mexico city and I live in Holland. We met each other over a decade ago, and have been friends for years, our relationship became a romantic one and we got engaged a few months ago.

We want to settle down in the US, but are stumped as to how to go about doing so.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Egypt
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Hello there,

My name is Stella and I am Dutch. My fiance is Jose and he is an American who also has the Mexican nationality. At the moment he lives in Mexico city and I live in Holland. We met each other over a decade ago, and have been friends for years, our relationship became a romantic one and we got engaged a few months ago.

We want to settle down in the US, but are stumped as to how to go about doing so.

this is just my own opinion but i think he has to come back to the usa and establish a residence and work, then file for k1 visa or .........

he could file for u in mexico, prolly faster, then make the move but for him to get u to the usa at some point he has to have a residence here.

sara

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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He will need to show that he has a domicile in the US. An address (family/friend) that he can claim as his legal residence.

You two need to decide if you will marry before or after beginning the immigration process. That will help you chose the proper visa to petitioner for.

Marry before immigrating then the CR1 visa is what seems to be best. Marry after you immigrate then the K1 visa is appropriate.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Egypt
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Hi and welcome to VJ. This place has wealth of information. Good luck!


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