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Hi All,

To make the story short. Ive been to US once 2 years ago with Fiance visa. I only stayed there for 2 months because we did not get married for some personal reasons. Ive acquired a SSN that time but i never used it. Then last year we tried to apply again but while we were waiting for our papers to be approved things werent working out between us already. Our papers needed some more information and asking for clarification but since we were not ok anymore we did not pursue it so in short we just let them denied our application.

Fastforward to this present day: I applied for US tourist visa i got approved. But i have worries about the possible things that might happened to me at the Immigration is US. My point of entry will be in SF. I have a (girl) friend there who lives in San bruno. I will stay in her condo for a night then catch a flight going to FL the next day then stay with my aunt for 2 weeks while waiting for my friend to arrived in Lasvegas then i will meet them for a tour. Here are my QUestions:

1. I know they still have the record of my previous entry which is with fiance visa. what are the possible questions that you guys think the IO will ask me? and also advise/tips on best way to answer this?

2. About my SSN is it going to be a problem? or it also cancelled just like my fiance visa?

3. Pls. share some experiences that you guys know that is the same with my situation.

I hope you can shed some light on this..im excited to tour US for the very first time. because the 1st time i was there i didnt get the chance to see other places other than SF.

Thank you in Advance

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1. I know they still have the record of my previous entry which is with fiance visa. what are the possible questions that you guys think the IO will ask me? and also advise/tips on best way to answer this?

What is the purpose of your visit? How long are you planing on staying?

2. About my SSN is it going to be a problem? or it also cancelled just like my fiance visa?

No and no.


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