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AOS from L-1 soon after entry to US

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Hi All,

Is the marriage and applying for marriage-based AOS quickly (few days) after arriving to US on a L-1 visa going to be a problem ? I know it is dual intent visa but still wondering if there can potentially be any issues...

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Vietnam
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Hi All,

Is the marriage and applying for marriage-based AOS quickly (few days) after arriving to US on a L-1 visa going to be a problem ? I know it is dual intent visa but still wondering if there can potentially be any issues...

They won't deny the AOS based on the timing of the arrival to the US and subsequent marriage. However, it will probably be a reason to scrutinize the entire case for signs of fraud.

What's the hurry to get a green card if you're going to be in the US on an L1 visa?


12/15/2009 - K1 Visa Interview - APPROVED!

12/29/2009 - Married in Oakland, CA!

08/18/2010 - AOS Interview - APPROVED!

05/01/2013 - Removal of Conditions - APPROVED!

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I understand there is a "30/60/90 day" practice employed by the immigration service. If a marriage occurs within 30 days of arrival, there is intense scrutiny of the case for fraudulent marriage, within 60 days there is less scrutiny, and after 90 days, no problem. Is that still the case?

I understand there is a "30/60/90 day" practice employed by the immigration service. If a marriage occurs within 30 days of arrival, there is intense scrutiny of the case for fraudulent marriage, within 60 days there is less scrutiny, and after 90 days, no problem. Is that still the case?

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I understand there is a "30/60/90 day" practice employed by the immigration service. If a marriage occurs within 30 days of arrival, there is intense scrutiny of the case for fraudulent marriage, within 60 days there is less scrutiny, and after 90 days, no problem. Is that still the case?

I understand there is a "30/60/90 day" practice employed by the immigration service. If a marriage occurs within 30 days of arrival, there is intense scrutiny of the case for fraudulent marriage, within 60 days there is less scrutiny, and after 90 days, no problem. Is that still the case?

1. That is not true... patently false.

2. This thread is a year old.


AOS for my husband
8/17/10: INTERVIEW DAY (day 123) APPROVED!!

ROC:
5/23/12: Sent out package
2/06/13: APPROVED!

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1. That is not true... patently false.

2. This thread is a year old.

Haha love it when threads get resurrected. In case OP is still listening, L-1 is a dual intent visa, so intent to immigrate is not a problem for adjusting status.

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