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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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I was wondering if my family history or the fact I used to live in the states will hold up my case?

My dad used to work for AMEX and so we all moved out as a family when I was 15. We lived there (i was a dependant on my dads visa) for 2 years aprox. I even have a USA social security no.

My brother ended up staying and meeting his wife, he applied for a Fiance Visa but as his wife was pregnant , so he got married and then pleaded his case, they decided he was ok to stay. My Brother now lives in CA with his wife and 6 (yes 6!) children He has lived there for 16 years and is now a us citizen.

Now, to complicat matters, my Mum and Dad also live in CA. They both stayed there illegally, and sought legal perminent recedency through a lawyer, they are now fully legal and have been living in CA for about 3 years.

Now, will this effect my case or is it viewed on a personal basis and I wont be held responsible for my naughty family? Or will they be suspect?

I have been in and out of the US 5 or 6 times, twice with my Fiance and always legal. And I will actually be living in Dublin OH so a 6 hour flight away from my family, so not the reason for me going out there. Its pure coincidence.

Opinions or advice please!

Thanks Claire

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Germany
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We wouldn´t know what your K-1 process had to do with your family history.

Really can´t see any problems.

Good Luck on your jouney

Paula Jo and Rico


2004

04-28 We met online for the first time

05-22 First meeting in person in Dallas, TX

2005

01-03 Rico gets his B2 visa

02-28 Rico comes back to TX for a 6 months visit

09-26 Paula Jo comes back to Germany and stays until end of October

12-08 Rico comes back to TX and stays until February 20, 2006

2006

04-13 Paula Jo has mailed off Petition I-129F to TSC

04-17 Petition I-129F arrived with TSC in Mesquite, TX

04-21 NOA 1 (Paula Jo receives it on 04-26)

05-10 Paula Jo comes to Germany and stays until June 9

06-30 IMBRA RFE 1 arrives

07-03 IMBRA RFE mailed back

08-24 Received RFE #2

08-28 Mailed off RFE#2 requested papers

09-11 Updated and NOA2 FINALLY APPROVED!

10-03 NVC received our case

10-05 Our case left NVC for consulat in Frankfurt/Germany

10-10 our case arrived with consulat in Frankfurt

10-14 Rico received package #3

10-17 Rico sent back package #3

10-26 Rico got medical exam done in Frankfurt. Still waiting for interview date

11-01 Rico received package # 4

11-09 Rico had interview and visa got approved

11-29 Rico received Visa in the mail

12-13 We arrive together in TX

2007

01-10 Rico applied for SSN

01-20 Rico received his SSN Card

01-25 OUR WEDDING DAY

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Bulgaria
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Geeze! I hope not.

Then they might revoc my citizenship and throw me out of the country!! :P

(No, Don't even think about it, Uncle Sam......You are stuck with me!) :lol:

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Filed: Country: Germany
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Hi,

I do not think that this should have any influence in your process. Good luck.


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02/23/2006 - sent I 129 to VSC (first step done!) 07/13/2006 - received Visa!
09/22/2006 - civil marriage in New York City
10/05/2006 - sent AOS papers to VSC
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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Brazil
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I wouldn´t think that will influence your approval, but it´s advisable that you are honest when filling out the forms, if asked about information on your family, which they do, asking who´s living in US from your family, and asking your parent´s current address.


(Puerto Rico) Luis & Laura (Brazil) K1 JOURNEY
04/11/2006 - Filed I-129F.
09/29/2006 - Visa in hand!

10/15/2006 - POE San Juan
11/15/2006 - MARRIAGE

AOS JOURNEY
01/05/2007 - AOS sent to Chicago.
03/26/2007 - Green Card in hand!

REMOVAL OF CONDITIONS JOURNEY
01/26/2009 - Filed I-751.
06/22/2009 - Green Card in hand!

NATURALIZATION JOURNEY
06/26/2014 - N-400 sent to Nebraska
07/02/2014 - NOA
07/24/2014 - Biometrics
10/24/2014 - Interview (approved)

01/16/2015 - Oath Ceremony


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