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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Mexico
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Hi everyone hope you guys can help. My fiancé has his final appointment on jun12 . I have been living in Mexico with him for the past 4 years we are about to have a baby . When they ask in the interview where I work or how often I would visit what should he say? Will it affect me if I'm in Mexico with him?

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Hi everyone hope you guys can help. My fiancé has his final appointment on jun12 . I have been living in Mexico with him for the past 4 years we are about to have a baby . When they ask in the interview where I work or how often I would visit what should he say? Will it affect me if I'm in Mexico with him?

Than you

IF they ask, he should reply with the truth and disclose that you've been living together for the past 4 years and that you are about to have a baby together. There's nothing wrong with that! good.gif

EDIT: Oh and the "IF" is there, because he should always reply with the truth to whatever question they ask. But IF they don't ask.. he should not volunteer information, ever.

Edited by Celeste & C

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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Hi everyone hope you guys can help. My fiancé has his final appointment on jun12 . I have been living in Mexico with him for the past 4 years we are about to have a baby . When they ask in the interview where I work or how often I would visit what should he say? Will it affect me if I'm in Mexico with him?

Than you

You would tell the truth. They would know about your employment and residence already from the G-325A you filled out, and you will be providing an I-134 affidavit of support which will also show your occupation and current income. I am not sure why you think living in Mexico will effect you. Living together for that long and the fact you are about to have a child together seems like proving you have a real relationship will not be too difficult at all. I assume you will be moving together to the US to get married and live there since you are filing for a K-1, so I am not sure what would be wrong with your situation.

Edited by Jay-Kay

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina
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You would tell the truth. They would know about your employment and residence already from the G-325A you filled out, and you will be providing an I-134 affidavit of support which will also show your occupation and current income. I am not sure why you think living in Mexico will effect you. Living together for that long and the fact you are about to have a child together seems like proving you have a real relationship will not be too difficult at all. I assume you will be moving together to the US to get married and live there since you are filing for a K-1, so I am not sure what would be wrong with your situation.

Good point! The G-325! ... Unless you didn't disclose your residence truthfully, on that form; there's nothing to worry about.

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