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have a question regarding the IR1/CR1 visa. I work for an

american university in Germany and live here with my german fiance. We

plan on getting married and moving to the U.S. I was wondering if we can

start the process in Germany and leave together or if I would have to

leave prior in order to obtain employment for the affidavit of support?

I am a full-time worker here in Germany but do not currently have any

kind of job in the U.S. since it is not my residence at the moment. Will

my job here be sufficient or do I have to show that I am employed in the

U.S. before I can bring my wife to the U.S.?

Since I would like to leave with her instead of flying her in after I went back home and found a job I thought of another option: My parents living in the U.S. would be willing to fill out the affidavit of support for her. Would that work ?

The alternative of course is a K1 Visa and then an adjustment of status in the states but I do not want her sitting around in the U.S. waiting for her green card without being able to work or go to school... Please help us.

Thanks alot in advance and I hope to hear back from you soon!

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have a question regarding the IR1/CR1 visa. I work for an

american university in Germany and live here with my german fiance. We

plan on getting married and moving to the U.S. I was wondering if we can

start the process in Germany and leave together or if I would have to

leave prior in order to obtain employment for the affidavit of support?

I am a full-time worker here in Germany but do not currently have any

kind of job in the U.S. since it is not my residence at the moment. Will

my job here be sufficient or do I have to show that I am employed in the

U.S. before I can bring my wife to the U.S.?

Since I would like to leave with her instead of flying her in after I went back home and found a job I thought of another option: My parents living in the U.S. would be willing to fill out the affidavit of support for her. Would that work ?

The alternative of course is a K1 Visa and then an adjustment of status in the states but I do not want her sitting around in the U.S. waiting for her green card without being able to work or go to school... Please help us.

Thanks alot in advance and I hope to hear back from you soon!

Read the guides on this forum. Direct Consular Filing sounds like a good option for you.


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