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Ok. Here's the situation, I have been very depressed and sad. I'm 28, my filipina wife is 26. Married almost 5 years, no kids. She decided to simply leave me to be "independent/single" amd doesn't want live with me. Wants divorce. She has her 10 ye card. She said was very sorry, I'm a good man and she doesn't want hurt me ( too late). Anyway, divorce papers being filed for a while. We were apart for long time and she got too uses to it. She's not vindictive though.

Here's my question: If I meet another woman from Philippines, have my divorce decree, can I sponsor her for a k1 fiancee visa??? My wife was my best friend and she and I neither have any property/$ and I'm trying to land a teaching job. She's living with her gf and working.

I signed the aff of support as required for my wife k1 a few years ago. I k ow I'm bound by it under some terms. But just want to know.....if I do meet another woman... And I do have a job (fingers crossed) with a decent salary...can I sponsor her??? No conflicts? I ask because I can't afford ask atty. Thanks guys. And if it's not too much trouble say a little prayer for me, and my wife. She's a good girl in her heart, she just changed.

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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: United Kingdom

If you can't afford to speak to an attorney, you probably

can't afford to sponsor another foreign spouse. :thumbs:


2011-08-20 Posted

2011-08-31 NOA1

2011-09-03 Touch

2011-11-18 Sent Expedite Request to USCIS

2011-12-09 Response Received for Exepedite Request

"Wait your turn" in a nutshell

2011-12-02 Sent Expedite Request to US Representative Ed Royce

2012-01-27 Sent Expedite Request to Immigration Ombudsman

2012-02-02 Sent Expedite Request to Senator Barbara Boxer

2012-02-02 Sent Expedite Request to Senator Dianne Feinstein

2012-03-08 Case transferred to field office for additional processing

2012-03-23 Now being processed at a USCIS office

2012-05-10 Transferred to another office for processing

2012-05-14 Now being processed at a USCIS office

2012-06-05 Approved NOA2

2012-07-17 NVC Case/Invoice # Received

Petitioner: US Born Citizen (Wife)

Beneficiary: British Born Citizen (Husband)

Your I-130 was approved in 279 days from your NOA1 date

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Filed: Timeline

yeah. this is 2012, things are bad for everyone, doesnt mean life needs to be put on hold. i understand the concern about finances, but just because I dont make 100k a year doesnt mean i am not entitled to be happy.....please simply focus on the question at hand. thanks to NICKBITS for a considerate answer

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