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Fiance Visa application in US and Netherlands at same time

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What if a woman has men in two different countries file fiancee visas at the same time? My example, a Russian girl has a K1 in the US filed for her. Then, while still pending, she also has a Dutch man file for a partnership visa for her in the Netherlands where she works with a temporary visa. Now both are pending at the same time.

1. Is it illegal? For either or both countries. Or if not "illegal" will it cause rejection by both countries if they find out? Or what consequences, if any?

2. Is there some way that both countries routinely check for this and try to prevent it? In other words, will they find out she is applying in both countries.

3. How can her finances check if she doing this if it is not routinely checked?

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I don't think the USCIS checks other country immigrations. I do know that she will have to sign a letter saying that she is free to marry and committed to marry the petitioner in the 90 day window. I guess that's all.


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Filed: Other Country: China
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I don't think the USCIS checks other country immigrations. I do know that she will have to sign a letter saying that she is free to marry and committed to marry the petitioner in the 90 day window. I guess that's all.

No and they don't care. Doesn't sound like a valid fiance(e) relationship to me though. Consular officers care about fraudulent relationships, big time.


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