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Foreign GF with tourist visa to get married in US to a citizen and go back home

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Im a US citizen and engaged to a filipina with a tourist visa. We are planning a church wedding January 2013 in the Philippines. Thinking of applying a spouse visa for her. Our plan is for her to come in the US throigh her tourist visa multiple entry this June /July 2012 get civil wedding and she will go back to Phil's. And wait for the spouse visa approval while she's in Phil's. My questions are: a. Will there be any red flag on the spouse visa application since she comes with a tourist visa but. NO intention of staying in the US? B. will she be questioned if ever we do the civil wedding of any special requirements like. Birth certificate, etc? C. Anyone who had the same experience as our proposed plan? Thanks a lot.

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Marriage license requirements vary by location, so you'll need to check locally to be sure. Where I live just required an ID.

The only issue you have with her coming here planning to get married, is what she says is her for the visit at immigration. If she says to marry her finance, they're probably not going to let her in. If she lies, that may be held against her later. Even if she says to visit her BF they might not let her in. Heck if she's in the country and marries you, she need not return home, she can stay and file to adjust status. Again though the not telling the truth on entry might get her in trouble. I'm not trying to say what you're proposing won't work, its just that sometimes it can create trouble later.


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