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I am new...I am sure that you can tell. Lol. I am American, and my fiance is English. I live in Tampa, FL. We have just started the process of getting all of our ducks in a row to file the I-129F, and I realized that I don't even know where exactly I should be sending it! I am sure this is a no-brainer for the weathered pros. But I am new to this game, so go easy on me. :blush:

Also, anyone else with an English fiance on these forums? If so, can you tell me a brief summary of your experience, the good, the bad, the ups and downs?

I know that each case is different. I can state with pride that neither of us should have any hang-ups during this process. We are both free to marry, I make well over the income needed, and neither of us have a criminal background.

Now that THAT is out of the way...you guys can hit me with your experiences. I love hearing other's stories. It helps me to better understand this entire process just a little bit more.

Thank you so much ahead of time. Best wishes to each and everyone of you, who have either gone through this, or are going through it. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. (L)

Amanda


Amanda U.S. + Adam U.K.

Engaged: 7/10/2009

Set to get married Sept. 2011

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I am new...I am sure that you can tell. Lol. I am American, and my fiance is English. I live in Tampa, FL. We have just started the process of getting all of our ducks in a row to file the I-129F, and I realized that I don't even know where exactly I should be sending it! I am sure this is a no-brainer for the weathered pros. But I am new to this game, so go easy on me. :blush:

Also, anyone else with an English fiance on these forums? If so, can you tell me a brief summary of your experience, the good, the bad, the ups and downs?

I know that each case is different. I can state with pride that neither of us should have any hang-ups during this process. We are both free to marry, I make well over the income needed, and neither of us have a criminal background.

Now that THAT is out of the way...you guys can hit me with your experiences. I love hearing other's stories. It helps me to better understand this entire process just a little bit more.

Thank you so much ahead of time. Best wishes to each and everyone of you, who have either gone through this, or are going through it. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. (L)

Amanda

First and foremost READ the form INSTRUCTIONS... it has much good information, particularly required documents, fees, who to make the check payable as well as the mailing address where you will send the form


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I am new...I am sure that you can tell. Lol. I am American, and my fiance is English. I live in Tampa, FL. We have just started the process of getting all of our ducks in a row to file the I-129F, and I realized that I don't even know where exactly I should be sending it! I am sure this is a no-brainer for the weathered pros. But I am new to this game, so go easy on me. :blush:

Also, anyone else with an English fiance on these forums? If so, can you tell me a brief summary of your experience, the good, the bad, the ups and downs?

I know that each case is different. I can state with pride that neither of us should have any hang-ups during this process. We are both free to marry, I make well over the income needed, and neither of us have a criminal background.

Now that THAT is out of the way...you guys can hit me with your experiences. I love hearing other's stories. It helps me to better understand this entire process just a little bit more.

Thank you so much ahead of time. Best wishes to each and everyone of you, who have either gone through this, or are going through it. It's definitely not for the faint of heart. (L)

Amanda

Indeed, your case doesn't sound complicated at all... You'll have to file to the USCIS center in Vermont, but just as the previous VJ fellow advised, read the guides carefully and check the portal (UK embassy reviews etc). Everything you ever wanted to know is there already. Best of luck! :thumbs:


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