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So my fiancée(ex-wife) have a situation we'd like to hear your concerns or lack thereof.

Celeste (from Texas) & myself (from Canada) met 10 years ago.

We got married in 2003, and did the K3 visa route.

I moved to the states in 2004 with the K3 visa. We continued the process and applied for adjustment of status.

We had problems and I moved back to Canada abandoning my AOS.

We are now engaged to be married (wedding will be late may 2013) again after reconciling. Had a few trips this past year and are madly in love again. :)

We just mailed off our I-129F application today and are just curious if anyone thinks we might encounter any problems. All evidence of this and documentation,(photos, flights, hotels, divorce decree, etc.) were provided with the package.

Looking forward to your thoughts!

Sincerely,

Michael & Celeste

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So my fiancée(ex-wife) have a situation we'd like to hear your concerns or lack thereof.

Celeste (from Texas) & myself (from Canada) met 10 years ago.

We got married in 2003, and did the K3 visa route.

I moved to the states in 2004 with the K3 visa. We continued the process and applied for adjustment of status.

We had problems and I moved back to Canada abandoning my AOS.

We are now engaged to be married (wedding will be late may 2013) again after reconciling. Had a few trips this past year and are madly in love again. :)

We just mailed off our I-129F application today and are just curious if anyone thinks we might encounter any problems. All evidence of this and documentation,(photos, flights, hotels, divorce decree, etc.) were provided with the package.

Looking forward to your thoughts!

Sincerely,

Michael & Celeste

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To make this clear to others,

Same female, you married, then divorced, now engaed to remarry again.

K3, than AOS abandoned, and now applying for a K1.

K1 interview will have questions surrounding your K3 and abandonded AOS.

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So my fiancée(ex-wife) have a situation we'd like to hear your concerns or lack thereof.

Celeste (from Texas) & myself (from Canada) met 10 years ago.

We got married in 2003, and did the K3 visa route.

I moved to the states in 2004 with the K3 visa. We continued the process and applied for adjustment of status.

We had problems and I moved back to Canada abandoning my AOS.

We are now engaged to be married (wedding will be late may 2013) again after reconciling. Had a few trips this past year and are madly in love again. :)

We just mailed off our I-129F application today and are just curious if anyone thinks we might encounter any problems. All evidence of this and documentation,(photos, flights, hotels, divorce decree, etc.) were provided with the package.

Looking forward to your thoughts!

Sincerely,

Michael & Celeste

Hi Michael,

I don't see why you would have any issues. You were married to her before, so it might even play in your favor to prove certain things, such as on going relationship.

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Celeste, what a gorgeous name tongue.gif

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Can't understand why you'd choose the K1 this time. Another adjustment of status, inability to work when entering the US, scrutiny of the reasons for remarrying, etc.

Marrying now (can have a big party/celebration, etc. at a later date) and petitioning for the CR1 spouse visa would be a cheaper and better alternative.


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So my fiancée(ex-wife) have a situation we'd like to hear your concerns or lack thereof.

Celeste (from Texas) & myself (from Canada) met 10 years ago.

We got married in 2003, and did the K3 visa route.

I moved to the states in 2004 with the K3 visa. We continued the process and applied for adjustment of status.

We had problems and I moved back to Canada abandoning my AOS.

We are now engaged to be married (wedding will be late may 2013) again after reconciling. Had a few trips this past year and are madly in love again. :)

We just mailed off our I-129F application today and are just curious if anyone thinks we might encounter any problems. All evidence of this and documentation,(photos, flights, hotels, divorce decree, etc.) were provided with the package.

Looking forward to your thoughts!

Sincerely,

Michael & Celeste

Sorry, yes we were divorced after I moved back to Canada in 2006.

We are now engaged to be married again and are pursuing the K1 Visa route. :)

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Oh sorry. I see that in the subject line now.

Hope your wedding plans aren't set in stone in case you don't get the visa in time. What Consulate will you be going through?

Also in agreement with Anh Map that a CR-1 visa is superior to the K-1.


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Oh sorry. I see that in the subject line now.

Hope your wedding plans aren't set in stone in case you don't get the visa in time. What Consulate will you be going through?

Also in agreement with Anh Map that a CR-1 visa is superior to the K-1.

We just sent the I-129F package to the Dallas LockBox today and will be using the Vancouver Consulate for the interview.

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i don't think it will be a problem as long that you guys will proof that this time this relationship "IT WILL WORK OUT".

they might question you guys a lot than usually..but just be ready i mean obviously this is normal in a relationship break up and make up lol

hey congrats for the second time around...i hope it will be for good (FOREVER :blush: )


The longer it takes to happen the more you'll appreciate it when it does!

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i don't think it will be a problem as long that you guys will proof that this time this relationship "IT WILL WORK OUT".

they might question you guys a lot than usually..but just be ready i mean obviously this is normal in a relationship break up and make up lol

hey congrats for the second time around...i hope it will be for good (FOREVER :blush: )

Thanks, we were only 20 when we got married the first time around. We're much more mature now and are just as much in love if not more now. :)

We're very excited to get things back on track. I hope everything goes smoothly with the K1 process!

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I have just been approved and I was in the exact same situation and circumstances. married, divorced and engaged. I am telling you now that if you tell your story and provide proof, you will be OK.Yaaaaayyaiii! approved right now. 204 days since NO1 on 03/07/2012.

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We just sent the I-129F package to the Dallas LockBox today and will be using the Vancouver Consulate for the interview.

Your relationship might be scrutinized more than usual, but you didn't do anything illegal the last time around. You did leave as you were supposed to. The consulates do know that sometimes things don't work out. I think you'll be good as long as you're able to prove a strong relationship.

I don't think you'll be able to interview at the Vancouver consulate. I'm not Canadian so shoot me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure you'll be making a trip to Montreal.

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I don't think you'll be able to interview at the Vancouver consulate. I'm not Canadian so shoot me if I'm wrong but I'm pretty sure you'll be making a trip to Montreal.

Canada does indeed process K1 visas at the Vancouver consulate :) It's just the IR-1's that all go through Montreal.


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