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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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Hi,

My fiance and I are planning to start the K1 Visa application process. We have one question and have not been able to find out.

She is a flight attendant and her airfare is basically free to come where I live (Hawaii).

Question is:

After we file I-129F and waiting to be approved, is it ok for her to come visit me or does she have to stay out of the US altogether? Her job requires her to fly to the states about twice a month, but she never gets scheduled to come to Hawaii unless she visits me for vacation, usually a week at a time. Is this going to create problems for the application process? Thanks guys!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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Hi,

My fiance and I are planning to start the K1 Visa application process. We have one question and have not been able to find out.

She is a flight attendant and her airfare is basically free to come where I live (Hawaii).

Question is:

After we file I-129F and waiting to be approved, is it ok for her to come visit me or does she have to stay out of the US altogether? Her job requires her to fly to the states about twice a month, but she never gets scheduled to come to Hawaii unless she visits me for vacation, usually a week at a time. Is this going to create problems for the application process? Thanks guys!

As long as CBP lets her through, and she doesn't overstay.. absolutely. She can visit you! It shouldn't be a problem, at all. good.gif

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Filed: Lift. Cond. (apr) Country: China
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Welcome to the forum.

The only thing that I may add is to have her make sure that she has plenty of documentation that she is just visiting and will return home. This documentation could include her job, itinerary, property title, family ties, etc.

Good luck.


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