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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: England
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If I visit the US while my K1 is still being processed do Passport and imigration in the US see that I have a K1 Fiance Visa being processed?

I have been in and out of the US several times over the past few years and had no trouble, also I visited once in the first 6 weeks after my first reciept from USCIS and they didnt mention it, so will they know if I travel their again?

Just in case I cant wait any longer and want to visit my Fiance!

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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I don't know whether they can check on that, but you'll find lots of useful info here: http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...mp;page=k1visit


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If I visit the US while my K1 is still being processed do Passport and imigration in the US see that I have a K1 Fiance Visa being processed?

I have been in and out of the US several times over the past few years and had no trouble, also I visited once in the first 6 weeks after my first reciept from USCIS and they didnt mention it, so will they know if I travel their again?

Just in case I cant wait any longer and want to visit my Fiance!

Yes, they see that you have a visa application being processed. But it is still legal to enter the country as long as you comply to the present laws and regulations and as long as you show up for your interview at the consulate abroad. It can be that they ask a few extra questions, but as long as you can show them that you are there with no immigration intent they should let you into the country.

Just keep in mind, you have to show them that you don't have an immigration intent. It is not up to them to prove that you have one.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: England
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Just keep in mind, you have to show them that you don't have an immigration intent. It is not up to them to prove that you have one.

SO true!

Make sure you take anything that shows you still have ties to the UK - and any USCIS paperwork you have, so that you can at least say "I have to come back for my K1 interview".

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Filed: Country: United Kingdom
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When I travelled to the US to visit my fiance, I took with me a letter from my employer, a statement from my mortgage lender etc etc. All stuff that proved I still had ties back home in the UK.

As it happened, they asked me for none of it...but others' are not so lucky. Play it safe, take some evidence with you. Better to do this than be turned back at immigration.

And from what I understand, they take your passport info when you check in and whilst you are airborne it all gets transferred to your destination airport. Anything going on to do with your passport number will turn up on their screen when they swipe it.

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I'm curious, are there limits on the VWP. i.e, can one enter the US for 90 days, exit the US and visit Canada or Mexico for a day or two and come back in again the following day for another 90 days? Can citizens from those countries participating in the VWP constantly re-enter for another 90 days? Or is there a period of time that they have to leave the USA before being allowed to re-enter on the VWP?


AOS I-485

07/10/07 - Sent I-485 via USPS Priority Mail to Chicago Lockbox

07/23/07 - Received NOA1 in my home mailbox

08/13/07 - Received ASC Biometrics Appointment Letter in my home mailbox

08/31/07 - USCIS mailed out Appointment letter with Postmark Date 8/31/07

09/04/07 - Received actual Appointment Letter (Interivew Date 10/30/07)

09/06/07 - Completed Biometrics Appointment at local ASC

10/30/07 - Scheduled AOS Interview Appointment - Approved

I-751

08/13/09 - Sent I-751 to CSC

08/17/09 - Receipt date of NOA

09/16/09 - Biometrics

09/17/09 - "Touched"

12/15/09 - Card production ordered

12/17/09 - Approval notice sent

12/21/09 - Received 10-Year GC and Welcome Letter

N-400

08/16/10 - Sent N-400 to AZ Lockbox via USPS First Class Mail with Delivery Confirmation

08/18/10 - USPS Confirms delivery: August 18, 2010, 9:57 am, PHOENIX, AZ 85036

08/24/10 - Check #501 for $675 cleared my account @ 11:20 pm EDT

08/27/10 - Received NOA dated 8/23/10 with a Priority date of 8/18/10

09/07/10 - Received Biometric RFE dated 9/3/10 -- Fingerprint apt. schedule 10/1/10

10/01/10 - Fingerprint Appointment-- Completed

10/09/10 - Received Interview Appointment Letter dated 10/6/10 for scheduled interview on 11/09/10

11/09/10 - Interview Passed

11/18/10 - Oath Ceremony

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I'm curious, are there limits on the VWP. i.e, can one enter the US for 90 days, exit the US and visit Canada or Mexico for a day or two and come back in again the following day for another 90 days? Can citizens from those countries participating in the VWP constantly re-enter for another 90 days? Or is there a period of time that they have to leave the USA before being allowed to re-enter on the VWP?

http://www.cbp.gov/xp/cgov/travel/id_visa/vwp/vwp.xml

Q: Can a VWP applicant for Admission Be Readmitted To the United States Follwing a Short Trip To an Adjacent Island, Canada, or Mexico?

A:

* Generally, VWP applicants admitted under the VWP may be readmitted to the United States after a departure to Canada or Mexico or adjacent islands for the balance of their original admission period. This is provided they are otherwise admissible and meet all the conditions of the VWP, with the exception of arrival on a signatory carrier, in which case the inspecting officers have the discretion to grant the applicants entirely new periods of admission.

* The VWP applicant is admissible and may be readmitted to the United States under the VWP after a departure to Canada or Mexico or adjacent islands provided the person:

1. Can identify an authorized period of admission that has not expired,

2. Plans to depart the United States prior to the expiration date of their period of admission,

3. Presents valid, unexpired passports which reflect admission to the United States under the VWP, and

4. Continues to meet all criteria set forth in 8 CFR 217 and section 217 of the Immigration and Nationality Act (Act), with the exception of arrival on a signatory carrier.


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