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Wish to know what happens when US Immigrtaion cancelled your tourist visa upon arrival and send you back to your country beause you are pregnant?

Soon getting married to a USC (ARMY) will I be deny a K3 visa? Do we need to take a qualified immigration attorney fro this case?

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Most likely, you won't have too many problems with the spousal visa other than a few extra questions at interview, though it's unlikely you will be in the USA for the birth (if that is what you want), unless you manage to get a military expedite because your husband is deploying soon. However, it does depend on what exactly happened at the border. Did you get a piece of paper with the exact reason for your being denied entry and/ or a stamp in your passport?

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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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IMO, if you come again INTO the USA with a spousal visa (K-3 or CR-1) , you will be ok, pregnant or no.

Coming into the USA as 'pregnant' and letting an IO/CBP person know you are coming to see 'the father', on a tourist visa, MIGHT have some problems - it will vary by POE and WHICH officer you interview with and WHAT you tell them (I'm not suggesting you lie ).

The safest route, IMO, is to come into the USA on a spousal visa, which would presuppose the two of you got married.

If you came into the USA, pregnant, and got turned around, with the entry denied - it will show up on subsequent checks for you - you'll just need to be prepared to document what you were doing - MOST of the time, for the 'consulate adjudication' - the consular officer will SEE this on their computer, but you should be prepared to TALK about this , and possibly submit some letter of attestation that you were NOT trying to immigrate, that you were only wanting to see your mate.

IMO, this is some gray area, I use words like 'might' and 'maybe' here..

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DOS point of view with the misinterpretation of the 14th amendment to the US Constitution, is that a child born here is a USC, so try to prevent that by restricting visa's. But this assumes the father is not a USC but an alien of a different country, if the father is a USC, regardless of where it's born, still a USC.

In my military days, in the states, such an action was cause for a shotgun wedding, the honorable thing to do. Kind of sloppy in Viet Nam, kids born of US servicemen were treated like dirt, so attempts were made to bring them here. Not the least fair to those children, couldn't believe guys that would do such a thing to their own kids. But bragging about the number of pieces of tail they got was key.

Have your intended contact his CO for aid in bringing you here, not sure about today's army, but that is the way it use to be. It's was the honorable thing to do.

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I know people from my country that are not married to the US citizens and they get into the USA without any probs to see their baby daddy.... they just let them get in without any questions asked so i dont see any probs for you either

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