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Travelling with K1 visa to another country.

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The only stipulation really is that you can only enter the US once then you have stay to file for AOS. You can go where ever you like before you use it.


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By "You", do you mean the person holding the K-1?

The K-1 is a single entry visa for a six month period. During those six months, you can enter the United States ONCE. You can leave if you want to, but you can't get back in. To get back in, you need to get either Advance Parole or a Green Card BEFORE you leave.

They will not warn you when you leave that you can't get back in. When you try to get back in, SURPRISE!

Before you use up your single entry, you can go to whatever country will have you with whatever passport you happen to have, and as far as the U.S. is concerned, you can do that as much as you want. As long as you do not ENTER the U.S., leave, and then attempt to get back in, you will be fine.

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By "You", do you mean the person holding the K-1?

The K-1 is a single entry visa for a six month period. During those six months, you can enter the United States ONCE. You can leave if you want to, but you can't get back in. To get back in, you need to get either Advance Parole or a Green Card BEFORE you leave.

They will not warn you when you leave that you can't get back in. When you try to get back in, SURPRISE!

Before you use up your single entry, you can go to whatever country will have you with whatever passport you happen to have, and as far as the U.S. is concerned, you can do that as much as you want. As long as you do not ENTER the U.S., leave, and then attempt to get back in, you will be fine.

Yes the person holding the K1 Visa.Traveling is before enter the US.Thank you.

The only stipulation really is that you can only enter the US once then you have stay to file for AOS. You can go where ever you like before you use it.

Thank you.

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In other words Yes you can. You can go to another country for one two months that cuts your time down to 4-5 months that you have to enter the united states. Also just a note, you can also apply for advance parole after you get married (Probably a good idea to apply for an EAD while filing for AOS all at the same time cheaper too!) . This can take a couple of months (to get your AP) but then you can travel outside of the US if need be.

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