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Just out of curiosity I was wondering how the immigration officers look at younger couples applying for a K-1 visa. Do you think it sways there decision? My thought is that I'm 23 and my fiance is 24 - of course we would wait if we were both citizens of the same country but he is my soul mate and i love him very much - the only way we can be together is if we get married. Whats the avarage age of people on here who are in the situation of a K-1 visa?


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age would be no issue...just read all the guides here and have all your paperwork in order, ......then go for it. You will be fine.......

oh and btw...if you fill out your timeline as you progress it will be easier to help if you have questions.


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There's no problem with ages, especially your ages. If a couple were 17, then there might be an issue with being legally able to marry, etc.

Best wishes for a speedy process.


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Oct. 9/03... I-129F sent to NSC

June 10/04... K-1 Interview - APPROVED!!!!

July 31/04... Entered U.S.

Aug. 28/04... WEDDING DAY!!!!

Aug. 30/04... I-485, I-765 & I-131 sent to Seattle

Dec. 10/04... AOS Interview - APPROVED!!!!! (Passport stamped)

Sept. 9/06... I-751 sent to NSC

May 15/07... 10-Yr. PR Card arrives in the mail

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Sept. 2/08... Oath Ceremony

Sept. 5/08... Sent in Voter Registration Card

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Oct. 8/08... Applied in person for U.S. Passport

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Apr. 6/05... DS-230, Part I faxed to Vancouver Consulate

May 26/05... K-2 Interview - APPROVED!!!!

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Not a problem at all.


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Like the others have said age shouldn't be an issue for you guys at all. The only times I personally have ever read an age issue is when the couple have a rather large age gap between each other or the couple is below 18.

See I'm 18 in September and we're getting around the "legal to marry" issue by waiting till after my Birthday to legally do it if the visa is approved :)

You guys should be fine. Best of luck.


Love hurts

When you live an ocean away

When you change your sleep schedule to catch a few more moments

When you really need to be held and you have to imagine whilst your partner describes it

When you constantly refresh the USCIS website to see if you're getting any closer

Love Loves

When it repays you with the love of your life

When God finally answered your biggest prayer

When you can live life again in the real world but still have that eternal connection

When you wake up for to the beginning of the rest of your life with the person you fought so hard for

When you love somebody that much

You'll do anything

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Talking about age difference.....I am 25 ....My fiance is 60....We have a large age difference....Do you think I may get denied a visa for this reason???

Yes, Daisy. We've already discussed it!

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Talking about age difference.....I am 25 ....My fiance is 60....We have a large age difference....Do you think I may get denied a visa for this reason???

OMG! LOL! SHE'S BAAAAAACK!


All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing.

DEAN AND SHERYL

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Yes! :yes: I second that motion too you will get denied. Daisy you still have not filled out your timeline.

GOOD LUCK


julianb

2004-07-01: Met Hiam my Fiancee in Iraq

2006-03-11: Propose to Hiam and she said "yes"

2006-05-31: I-129F Sent to CSC

2006-06-02: I-129F Received by CSC

2006-06-12: I-129F NOA1 Notice Date

2006-06-16: I-129F NOA1 Arrival Date from CSC

2006-06-23: I-129F RFE IMBRA Notice Date(s)

2006-07-01: I-129F RFE IMBRA NOA Arrival Date from CSC

2007-07-03: RFE Reply(s) I-129F RFE IMBRA NOA Sent to CSC

2006-07-10: Touched I-129F RFE IMBRA NOA Received by CSC

2006-07-31: NOA2 Approved by CSC

2006-08-11: I-129F Received By NVC

2006-08-17: I-129F Sent By NVC To Consulate in Amman, Jordan

2006-08-19: Received Letter from NVC

2006-08-21: Case Receive at Consulate in Amman, Jordan

2006-09-24: Receive Packet 3 Instructions

2007-04-19: Interview Date (successful interview)

2007-04-26: Passport and Visa in hand

2007-05-03: U.S. Entry

2007-05-11: Marriage

2007-06-18: File for AOS I-485 & Biometrics only.

2007-06-19: AOS Receive at USCIS

2007-06-26: AOS NOA I-797C notice date.

2007-07-27: Bio. Appt.

2007-08-15: AOS NOA I-797C Approved notice date.

2007-08-16: Received Green Card in mail.

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Yes, please do!!! :lol:

Talking about age difference.....I am 25 ....My fiance is 60....We have a large age difference....Do you think I may get denied a visa for this reason???

:lol:

Daisy, perhaps you should make some more posts about the subject.

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Talking about age difference.....I am 25 ....My fiance is 60....We have a large age difference....Do you think I may get denied a visa for this reason???

You will be denied a visa for other reasons.


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