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Happy 2011. I am a Mexican Citizen who is now married to a USC and currently living in Belize (where we got married last August)I am 50 and my husband is 58 and I have a girl who is 16 from my previous marriage. Well, my question is if anyone has filled from Belize and if you mind to share how it was. I also know I have to summit a I 601 waiver due an overstay while I was still married to my ex-husband. Help anybody? I am kind of intimidated by the whole process.

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Cakelette

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Can't help with the Belize embassy part, sorry- therer seem to be no embassy reviews on VJ.

For the overstay, how long was it and what were the circumstances (ie you visited him on a tourist visa and stayed too long? Were you working? etc)? Also, was the ex husband a US ciutizen and if so, how l,ong between your marriage to him and the new marriage (I am asking because a short time could be a red flag).


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Me: Irish/ Swiss citizen, and now naturalised US citizen. Husband: USC; twin babies born Feb 08 in Ireland and a daughter in Feb 2010 in Arkansas who are all joint Irish/ USC. Did DCF (IR1) in 6 weeks via the Dublin, Ireland embassy and now living in Arkansas.

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Hello everyone!

Happy 2011. I am a Mexican Citizen who is now married to a USC and currently living in Belize (where we got married last August)I am 50 and my husband is 58 and I have a girl who is 16 from my previous marriage. Well, my question is if anyone has filled from Belize and if you mind to share how it was. I also know I have to summit a I 601 waiver due an overstay while I was still married to my ex-husband. Help anybody? I am kind of intimidated by the whole process.

Thanks

Cakelette

I have a friend who is a USC that was working in Belize where he met his wife. They got married in Belize and lived there while waiting on their I-130 app for the wife so they could move to the states. From the conversations I had with him, he said that the US Embassy there was very friendly, helpful, and available. I think he did a direct consular filing so that he didn't have to go through any US service centers, and said he was very glad that was an option.

Sorry I don't have much more details than that, and it will be a while before we get to the embassy stage, since we haven't submitted our K1 yet.

It wouldn't hurt to call up the US Embassy in Belize (you don't have to give them your name), I did before to ask some questions (I'm the USC), and they were helpful and willing to answer questions.

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