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I was just wondering, our K-3 has been approved and were just waiting for P-4. I just returned from visiting my spouse, and I gave her the I-123 and tax info, payroll check stubbs, banking info from the last 4 years, with last years deposits totaled, being over the minimum to support us and letter from work. I understand CR-1 support paperwork is different. I-864. Do we just go on with the K-3 visa and ignore the CR-1 or should be now wait on the CR-1 process?

Sorry, its a complicated one. And its a lot to ask for. if anyone knows, please let me know what I should do.

thanks.

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I was just wondering, our K-3 has been approved and were just waiting for P-4. I just returned from visiting my spouse, and I gave her the I-123 and tax info, payroll check stubbs, banking info from the last 4 years, with last years deposits totaled, being over the minimum to support us and letter from work. I understand CR-1 support paperwork is different. I-864. Do we just go on with the K-3 visa and ignore the CR-1 or should be now wait on the CR-1 process?

Sorry, its a complicated one. And its a lot to ask for. if anyone knows, please let me know what I should do.

thanks.

It's up to you. If you proceed with CR-1, figure in 2-3 months at NVC and an additional 6 months at Guangzhou. The advantage is that your spouse will not have to adjust status in the US and she will be able to work right away.

Or proceed with K-3 and your wife will be in the US sooner but will have to adjust status and file for an employment document if she wants to work.

Only you can make this decision based on your individual circumstances.

If you want to proceed with the K-3, write the National Visa Center with your I-130 NVC case number and tell them you want to adjust status in the US. That way they will hold it at NVC for you. You can't ignore the I-130, you will need it sooner or later for adjustment of status.

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