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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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Hello everybody,

Here is my case if someone can help us. I met my first wife in US during a two weeks vacation in October 2005. We kept being in touch through internet, me in Namur, Belgium and her in Miami. Then I decided to move with her in May 2006. So I entered the US via a student visa where I graduated. We got married in November 2006 and then things weren't going that well for a young couple. We were so opposite on things except our common passion. We filed our first case in december 2006 but our application was denied because of a big lack of evidence, which is something we did not know. The lease and bank account were under my name only because of a bad credit..... Because of the deny, I have been sent to the Immigration court, So we hired an attorney who told us to reapply which is something we did.

After all these bad luck on my back, I began to see that my wife still was seeing her ex-boyfriend and moved back with him . As I was so upset, I had to divorce her on mars 2008. The court entered our marriage against my ex wife for "cruelty".

While I was waiting for my court date, which is always very long, I met a fantastic woman who help me and support me a lot with these troubles. I went back by myself to face the immigration court an I choosed the volunteer departure and left the country as indicated. But I left with my girlfiend in my hometown in Belgium, we got married in July 2009, we had a nice wedding with my family and are living together since

in Belgium. We are about to apply for a permanent card but, because of my first bad experience, we have a big fear about what would happen !!!!

If someone can suggest us ideas, you are welcome.

Thank you

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: China
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So if I understand your second spouse is a US Citizen living with you in Belgium? If spouse is living in your country as a resident, then perhaps can file the petition to the US Consulate.

If this is the case she can file an I-130 for a spouse visa, should be open and detail the past marriage in a letter attached to petition, and attach copies of divorce and now second marriage cert.

Also develop good evidence of a marital relationship.

Only issue that may come up is a possible bar if you were counted as overstay in the previous case, this may require a waiver at the time of visa interview.


OUR TIME LINE Please do a timeline it helps us all, thanks.

Is now a US Citizen immigration completed Jan 12, 2012.

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Look here: A Candle for Love and China Family Visa Forums for Chinese/American relationship,

Visa issues, and lots of info about the Guangzhou and Hong Kong consulate.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Belgium
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Yes my wife is a us citizen. To be able to go through the consulate she needs to have 6 months as a permanent holder card in Belgium but she does not have them yet so we'd like to go ahead and her file the I 130 in US.

I did not overstay at all, don't have any knd of records or so

Thanks for your reply :no:

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