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Getting another visa while k1 has been issued

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Hello everyone,

I hope you all doing fine. I'm new here and I just discovered this great website! Thank you in advance !

I've just received my k1 visa. I have a question please and I need help with it. Can I travel to another country ( getting another visa from another country "Turkey" ) before leaving (entering) to the United States ? remember please I have the visa k1 on my passport.

Thank you very much and regards.

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Hello everyone,

I hope you all doing fine. I'm new here and I just discovered this great website! Thank you in advance !

I've just received my k1 visa. I have a question please and I need help with it. Can I travel to another country ( getting another visa from another country "Turkey" ) before leaving (entering) to the United States ? remember please I have the visa k1 on my passport.

Thank you very much and regards.

Yes you can. Your K1 will be valid until it expires or until you set foot in US soil, whichever comes first.

So, traveling to another country before entering the US on your K1 is completely valid.

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