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Dont want to marry my fiancee anymore?

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im intend not to marry my fiancee anymore. we are expecting out NOA2 anytime from now? is there anything i can do about it. we had been having problem for the past three months and i better stopped it now before she gets here? any advice will be apprciated. also, if i stop it now and found later i found someone in the future, can i apply for the next girl?

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:(:huh: that is sad hope u two still work things out.... just think your love for each other, the time and effort u gave to your relationship..

wishing u both the best... :innocent::)


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im intend not to marry my fiancee anymore. we are expecting out NOA2 anytime from now? is there anything i can do about it. we had been having problem for the past three months and i better stopped it now before she gets here? any advice will be apprciated. also, if i stop it now and found later i found someone in the future, can i apply for the next girl?

Send a letter the service center to "withdraw" the petition. If it doesn't catch up to the petition, don't provide an affidavit of support, and there will be no visa.


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If you've already gotten your NOA2 but have not written to the service center yet, write a letter to the embassy of your girlfriend's country. This is even if she has received Packet 3. Things should be fine thereafter.


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