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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hello all members of the Visa Journey, I love Walt and my great, we go through thiswhole process the K1 Visa at the beginning of 2010. But due to health problems in the family, had to return the week of our marriage. Aftereverything settled, my fiance called again, our lawyers to issue a new Visa K1. Same knowing that we go through this whole process the K1 Visa, they feel twinges, the same chills the whole time looking at the emails, the website of the Visa Journey yet. The distance is cruel for anyone to be passionate.

There are moments on the phone and Skype, pure cry, so nostalgic. Ahhhhhh..The Love.......It seems that God proves every moment, every day our love.We become angry at the delay, it seems that our day never comes, but comes,because True Love not engage with the perfect person, one of our dreams. There are no princes or princesses.Face the other person so sincere and real, extolling his qualities, but also knowing its flaws.

The love is only beautiful when we find someone who will become the best we can be.

Have patience my dear friends, nostalgia is big in the end everything will work out,think about it and do not forget God, pray, pray very, very willing, and God will answer

A comfort for those who are going through a lot of nostalgia, as I. WALT, I MISS YOU BABY, SOL

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Hello friend, we're not married yet, because in 2010, returned to Brazil and lost the K1Visa. My daughter needed surgery and returned to Brazil. And my Fiance, againissued a new K1 Visa in January 2011. thank you

Okay, you had stated that you returned the week of your marriage. It would have been better to have gotten married in Brazil and applied for a CR1, which would have given both you and your daughter a green card upon entry into the US. Oh well, too late now.

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