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Can I enter the US after my fiance files?

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In the which visa do i need guide on this site it says that the beneficiary may not be able to enter the US after the papers have been filed and during the processing period. Is this the case? My fiance and I are getting married on May 17th and she returns to the US on June 24th. 5-6 months is a long time to spend apart from each other. Will I be able to enter the US as a visitor to be with y wife as a visitor?

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It depends. Perhaps someone will expound on my answer -


It depends.

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Congrads on your upcoming wedding. I've been in the same boat and my husband is starting his job in the US in early June. I will be going with him but the length of my stay and frequency will depend on the officer at the border. Hardly fair. As far as I understand, you'll be able to enter the US but will need to show STRONG ties to your home country (i.e. job, property, bank accounts, etc.)and proof that you submitted you're following all the legal requirements for your papers... the rest of your fate lies in the officer having a good day.

Good luck with that... and good luck to all other married couples in the same boat.

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