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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My brother in law works for NASA and has a top clearance security, he told me he doesnt think he can sponsor my Fiancee because of his government security clearance. This is according to his boss, has anyone heard of this? Its just a financial support issue, how does that compromise security?


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Canada
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Its sponsoring a foreign national that compromises it.

It does cause problems even for military people. They have to retest and take frequent testing/polygraphs to prove they are not giving info to this foreign national etc.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Philippines
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My brother in law works for NASA and has a top clearance security, he told me he doesnt think he can sponsor my Fiancee because of his government security clearance. This is according to his boss, has anyone heard of this? Its just a financial support issue, how does that compromise security?

No job, no co sponsor. Ouch!! I recommend getting out of that mess; at least temporarily by joining the trucking industry. Might not be what you really want to do for the rest of your life, but it is the most stable industry known to man. You can be working within 2 weeks and making $35-$45,000 your first year. Your pay continues to go up each year and the other benefits cannot be matched by most other companies. Why humiliate yourself by begging others for their charity? I encourage you to check out the website; Bubbajunk.com. Many companies offer drivers the chance to bring wives along, Who knows; she might just be interested in getting behind the wheel. That would bring your gross income to around $120 - $145,000 between the two of you. Can't beat that and you will be together all the time!!!


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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Tough industry to make a living and it's hell on marriages .

Long hours never home and if your lucky enough to work local it don't pay all the great. Until you get experience and good record

No job, no co sponsor. Ouch!! I recommend getting out of that mess; at least temporarily by joining the trucking industry. Might not be what you really want to do for the rest of your life, but it is the most stable industry known to man. You can be working within 2 weeks and making $35-$45,000 your first year. Your pay continues to go up each year and the other benefits cannot be matched by most other companies. Why humiliate yourself by begging others for their charity? I encourage you to check out the website; Bubbajunk.com. Many companies offer drivers the chance to bring wives along, Who knows; she might just be interested in getting behind the wheel. That would bring your gross income to around $120 - $145,000 between the two of you. Can't beat that and you will be together all the time!!!


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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You are planning on the Embassy accepting the Co-sponsor if you can get one? Your BIL is spot on.. not worth the risk to his livelyhood... On a K1 there is the potential that they would deny the visa based on insufficient financial support even if BIL agreed... double whammy then.. Many consulates/embassy's do not accept cosponsors at all for K1 visas.. the rest (including PI) accept them in cetain circumstances...


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I shouldn't think the sponsorship should be the issue. With a security clearance you are supposed to report if you have close/continued/whatever contact with a foreign national, which your brother-in-law would have to do whether he was sponsoring your fiancee or not. So I wouldn't think the sponsorship thing should make any difference. But who knows with super top-level security clearance. Plus if his boss thinks it's a problem then his boss may well make it a problem, if you see what I mean :-/ I would try to get your brother-in-law to speak to the actual security people before vetoing the idea for good.

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Are you really going to rely on that person's income to help out with your fiance? or just for the record?

I'm getting my best friend to do mines....i mean if u have a close friend they might be willing as long as you're about to take responsibility for your fiance financially....

just a thought


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Vietnam
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Are you really going to rely on that person's income to help out with your fiance? or just for the record?

I'm getting my best friend to do mines....i mean if u have a close friend they might be willing as long as you're about to take responsibility for your fiance financially....

just a thought

does Guyana accept cosponsors for K1 visas?


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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My brother in law works for NASA and has a top clearance security, he told me he doesnt think he can sponsor my Fiancee because of his government security clearance. This is according to his boss, has anyone heard of this? Its just a financial support issue, how does that compromise security?

He should be able to co-sponsor no problem...

My whole family has high level clearance's, including myself.

If you have contact with a foreign national you are to report it to your boss and the agency can either retest you asap or next time your clearance test comes up, they will ask all kinds of questions about your fiancee.

That's what they did with my parents and they didn't even co-sponsor.

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (pnd) Country: Iran
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No job, no co sponsor. Ouch!! I recommend getting out of that mess; at least temporarily by joining the trucking industry. Might not be what you really want to do for the rest of your life, but it is the most stable industry known to man. You can be working within 2 weeks and making $35-$45,000 your first year. Your pay continues to go up each year and the other benefits cannot be matched by most other companies. Why humiliate yourself by begging others for their charity? I encourage you to check out the website; Bubbajunk.com. Many companies offer drivers the chance to bring wives along, Who knows; she might just be interested in getting behind the wheel. That would bring your gross income to around $120 - $145,000 between the two of you. Can't beat that and you will be together all the time!!!

will you stop trying to lure people into joining the trucking industry?

there are as many cons as pros to working in this industry and you never seem to mention those.youre becoming like a second _

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) who always suggests people get ready for their spouse's education while waiting on noa2.

him getting a job right now wouldnt help because he needs to show a steady paycheck for the last year if not the past two years.

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My brother in law works for NASA and has a top clearance security, he told me he doesnt think he can sponsor my Fiancee because of his government security clearance. This is according to his boss, has anyone heard of this? Its just a financial support issue, how does that compromise security?

I'm really sorry your in this spot...but, are you seriously wanting to get married when you don't have enough income to meet these very meager guidelines? I mean it's only $14,710 for K1, then $18,387 when you adjust status. You could get a job at walmart, or even mcdonald's and make that much.

Not to be nosey, but who is paying for all your visa and documents for your fiancee to get here? Maybe they would co-sponsor for you...Well good luck!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ireland
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I have to agree. Have been in the trucking industry for 25 years. It cost me one marriage and untold missed life events. Birthdays , weddings and more. Know what your getting into. I don't recommend it for a young couple starting out.

will you stop trying to lure people into joining the trucking industry?

there are as many cons as pros to working in this industry and you never seem to mention those.youre becoming like a second _

___

(fill in the blank

) who always suggests people get ready for their spouse's education while waiting on noa2.

him getting a job right now wouldnt help because he needs to show a steady paycheck for the last year if not the past two years.


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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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I'm really sorry your in this spot...but, are you seriously wanting to get married when you don't have enough income to meet these very meager guidelines? I mean it's only $14,710 for K1, then $18,387 when you adjust status. You could get a job at walmart, or even mcdonald's and make that much.

Not to be nosey, but who is paying for all your visa and documents for your fiancee to get here? Maybe they would co-sponsor for you...Well good luck!

Seems like you were mis-informed. The consulate follows the poverty guideline at the 125% level since you need to adjust status after entering the us and marrying. So for two people you'll need an annual income of $18,388.


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