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okay i need advice and help everyone.

i am here now in united state by k-1 visa. but all of a sudden my fiance back out and had an affair to another woman. anyways to make my story short i left him and went to a friend and now i already overstay my visa.. not that long cause it just expired a few days ago.

he bring me here and just throw away our relationship so i needed to take care my self now. it's kinda hard cause i am alone. so i am left with so many choices .. i heard that k1 visa cannot be adjusted and if i stayed and find my self a decent guy on the future i will not be able to marry him too..

so my question is if i overstayed here for few months, go back to my country and marry another guy (us citezen) will i be able to go back then?

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okay i need advice and help everyone.

i am here now in united state by k-1 visa. but all of a sudden my fiance back out and had an affair to another woman. anyways to make my story short i left him and went to a friend and now i already overstay my visa.. not that long cause it just expired a few days ago.

he bring me here and just throw away our relationship so i needed to take care my self now. it's kinda hard cause i am alone. so i am left with so many choices .. i heard that k1 visa cannot be adjusted and if i stayed and find my self a decent guy on the future i will not be able to marry him too..

so my question is if i overstayed here for few months, go back to my country and marry another guy (us citezen) will i be able to go back then?

That's the smart thing to do, as for "marry another guy" wacko.gif just to be able to go back may put back in the same boat?

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from here i have to move on and find another guy for sure.. so i am thinking of possibilities but your advice is so helpful lol.

you have only one possibility go back the sooner the better don’t over stay it can effect future immigration. Your right you can’t adjust on a K-1 with out the original petitioner, good luck


'PAU' both wife and daughter in the U.S. 08/25/2009

Daughter's' CRBA Manila Embassy 08/07/2008 dual citizenship

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You really don't want to overstay your visa because it will not be well received by US immigration authorities if you wish to return to the US in the future. Short overstays won't cause big problems, but they can still cause problems, and, if you overstay by more than 180 days, then when you do leave the US it will trigger an automatic 3 year ban on being allowed back to the US. If you overstay for a year or more, then that automatic ban becomes 10 years.

So, yes, you understand correctly that you cannot adjust your status to remain in the US through any other means than marriage to the same man who brought you here. Since neither of you are interested in continuing that relationship, you have no legal means by which you can stay in the US. You can meet someone else and get married (although it would look suspicious if that happens quickly while you are still in the US) but you cannot stay in the US to complete the immigration process. You have to return home and start over again from the beginning with your new partner. If this is what you would like, you cerrtainly don't want to jeopardize the success of returning to the US by overstaying the time allowed to you on this visa.

Good luck to you and I am sorry that it turned out the way it did. You gave up a lot to travel half way around the world to have someone you thought would love and protect you chose to abandon the relationship instead.

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okay i need advice and help everyone.

i am here now in united state by k-1 visa. but all of a sudden my fiance back out and had an affair to another woman. anyways to make my story short i left him and went to a friend and now i already overstay my visa.. not that long cause it just expired a few days ago.

he bring me here and just throw away our relationship so i needed to take care my self now. it's kinda hard cause i am alone. so i am left with so many choices .. i heard that k1 visa cannot be adjusted and if i stayed and find my self a decent guy on the future i will not be able to marry him too..

so my question is if i overstayed here for few months, go back to my country and marry another guy (us citezen) will i be able to go back then?

The best thing to do is go back in the Philippines make yourself busy by finding a new job in a different city, make new friends,


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You really don't want to overstay your visa because it will not be well received by US immigration authorities if you wish to return to the US in the future. Short overstays won't cause big problems, but they can still cause problems, and, if you overstay by more than 180 days, then when you do leave the US it will trigger an automatic 3 year ban on being allowed back to the US. If you overstay for a year or more, then that automatic ban becomes 10 years.

So, yes, you understand correctly that you cannot adjust your status to remain in the US through any other means than marriage to the same man who brought you here. Since neither of you are interested in continuing that relationship, you have no legal means by which you can stay in the US. You can meet someone else and get married (although it would look suspicious if that happens quickly while you are still in the US) but you cannot stay in the US to complete the immigration process. You have to return home and start over again from the beginning with your new partner. If this is what you would like, you cerrtainly don't want to jeopardize the success of returning to the US by overstaying the time allowed to you on this visa.

Good luck to you and I am sorry that it turned out the way it did. You gave up a lot to travel half way around the world to have someone you thought would love and protect you chose to abandon the relationship instead.

thank you.. i am really so confuse right now. it is a big pain to start all over again. the pain and going back to the things i throw when i come with him.

it is just so unfair for my part. at the same time he is keeping me on waiting right now. he say he does not know what to do :(

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okay i need advice and help everyone.

i am here now in united state by k-1 visa. but all of a sudden my fiance back out and had an affair to another woman. anyways to make my story short i left him and went to a friend and now i already overstay my visa.. not that long cause it just expired a few days ago.

he bring me here and just throw away our relationship so i needed to take care my self now. it's kinda hard cause i am alone. so i am left with so many choices .. i heard that k1 visa cannot be adjusted and if i stayed and find my self a decent guy on the future i will not be able to marry him too..

so my question is if i overstayed here for few months, go back to my country and marry another guy (us citezen) will i be able to go back then?

Sorry this happened to you. I know you are in pain, shattered and alone. The best thing for you to do now is go back home and move on.


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10.21.2008 – CR-1 Visa Application Filed (By Hubby's Sec)
09.04.2009 – Visa Interview | Passed
09.10.2009 – Visa Packet Received
09.17.2009 – US Entry | Home
07.05.2011 – ROC Petition Filed
05.01.2012 – ROC Approved (No Interview)
05.18.2012 – 10-year GC Received
06.19.2012 – Eligible to apply for Naturalization
(procrastinated)
06.24.2013 – N-400 Application Filed
09.30.2013 – Civics Test / Interview | Passed
10.03.2013 – Oath Taking Ceremony | Became a USCitizen!
04.14.2014 – Applied for "Expedite Service" Passport (as PI travel date was fast approaching)
04.16.2014 – Passport Issued & Shipped
04.17.2014 – US Passport Received

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Follow Kathryn41's advice. She's covered it all, for getting back to the PI.


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