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I am currently living in Ukraine with my (Ukrainian) fiance and we are just beginning to plan the best way to get him back to America. We are thinking a K-1 Fiance visa is best.

A few concerns:

1 - We do not want to be separated. I will stay in Ukraine until he has his visa and we can to go America together. Is this possible with K-1?

2 - I am currently a Peace Corps Volunteer so obviously have no money. My parents will have to sponsor him financially (form I-134). Is that ok?

3 - He was married once before but is now divorced. Assuming I can get a translation of the divorce certificate, will this be a problem?

4 - He has a young son with his first wife. The son will stay in Ukraine when we leave for America, but my fiance is obligated to pay monthly child support. Is this going to be a problem for the visa process? Does he need to get some sort of permission from his ex-wife?

Thank you so much in advance!

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I am currently living in Ukraine with my (Ukrainian) fiance and we are just beginning to plan the best way to get him back to America. We are thinking a K-1 Fiance visa is best.

A few concerns:

1 - We do not want to be separated. I will stay in Ukraine until he has his visa and we can to go America together. Is this possible with K-1?

Yes

2 - I am currently a Peace Corps Volunteer so obviously have no money. My parents will have to sponsor him financially (form I-134). Is that ok?

Yes, you will submit a 134 showing no income and only one parent will submit a 134 showing adequate income.

3 - He was married once before but is now divorced. Assuming I can get a translation of the divorce certificate, will this be a problem?

Needs the certified divorce decree and the translation. Come over to the RUB regional forum for the best answers and help from other Ukraine couples.

4 - He has a young son with his first wife. The son will stay in Ukraine when we leave for America, but my fiance is obligated to pay monthly child support. Is this going to be a problem for the visa process? Does he need to get some sort of permission from his ex-wife?

If the son is not immigrating, then no issue.

Thank you so much in advance!


Phil (Lockport, near Chicago) and Alla (Lobnya, near Moscow)

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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in your case getting married in ukraine might be better. and come over as married couple and he has the ss number and gc at ope.. i am not sure about if income statment is needed in this case. others might chime in and give more advice on married entering usa


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ukraine
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I am currently living in Ukraine with my (Ukrainian) fiance and we are just beginning to plan the best way to get him back to America. We are thinking a K-1 Fiance visa is best.

A few concerns:

1 - We do not want to be separated. I will stay in Ukraine until he has his visa and we can to go America together. Is this possible with K-1?

2 - I am currently a Peace Corps Volunteer so obviously have no money. My parents will have to sponsor him financially (form I-134). Is that ok?

3 - He was married once before but is now divorced. Assuming I can get a translation of the divorce certificate, will this be a problem?

4 - He has a young son with his first wife. The son will stay in Ukraine when we leave for America, but my fiance is obligated to pay monthly child support. Is this going to be a problem for the visa process? Does he need to get some sort of permission from his ex-wife?

Thank you so much in advance!

1. Yes

2. Yes, you will still be the sponsor, they will be co-sponsors

3. No. Plenty of translators in Ukraine

4. No. No. He will still be obligated to pay the child support.


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Gary And Alla

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in your case getting married in ukraine might be better. and come over as married couple and he has the ss number and gc at ope.. i am not sure about if income statment is needed in this case. others might chime in and give more advice on married entering usa

if married you would co-apply with 864, and would not need 134. co-sponsor still accepted for 864.

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