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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom
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Hello all,

I wanted to ask someone, since I am new to this threat and not very sure were to start.

My sister in Law wants to come here to visit us with her boyfriend for a week or two. I don't know what I need to file. We live in Michigan, USA. She and her man will support themselves with money. So she doesn't need any affidavit. She only wants to come because she has not seen her brother, my husband, for over 14 years. And her little nephew, my son, either.

Please would someone tell me what should I do. Do I need to call immigration and ask them?

Thank you

Julianna

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Hello all,

I wanted to ask someone, since I am new to this threat and not very sure were to start.

My sister in Law wants to come here to visit us with her boyfriend for a week or two. I don't know what I need to file. We live in Michigan, USA. She and her man will support themselves with money. So she doesn't need any affidavit. She only wants to come because she has not seen her brother, my husband, for over 14 years. And her little nephew, my son, either.

Please would someone tell me what should I do. Do I need to call immigration and ask them?

Thank you

Julianna

Did you try reading the guide on vistor visa in this forum:http://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/297309-tourist-visa-guide/

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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If your sister in law and her b/f are UK citizens (you show UK as the other country) they should be good to simply travel under the VWP (Visa Waiver Program) in which case all they have to do is fill in the online ESTA form before the flight. If they are of a nationality that isn't part of the VWP they will have to apply for a visitor's visa as per previous reply.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Scotland
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Providing they have no criminal record and have never been denied entry they would just fill out the ESTA thing on line which will tell them if they can travel on VWP they must do this before getting in the plane!tell them to search online for it! If that gets okayed they can come with that and they will just fill out a wee customs form on the plane and as long as the person at the border ok's them which usually from the uk they do they will be ok to stay in the US for 90 days!

I travelled to the US 6 times using the VWP over the space of 3 years with no issue




K1 Timeline
07/01/10- K1 Mailed
07/16/10- NOA1 Hardcopy
12/15/10- NOA2 Hardcopy Received
02/16/11- Interview at 10am London Embassy
02/24/11- Visa in Hand
02/27/11- POE - Minneapolis

AOS Timeline
04/22/11- AOS, EAD, AP sent today
04/28/11- AOS, EAD, AP Notice Date
05/04/11- Hard copy of NOA1 for AOS, EAD, AP
05/12/11- Early Biometric walk in(Scheduled for 05/31/2011)
05/12/11- I-485 Case Transferred to CSC
06/13/11- AOS approved, card production ordered
06/20/11- Green Card Recieved

ROC Timeline

04/25/13- ROC package sent

04/26/13- ROC pack delivered

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