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hello all, i'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but i figured i'd give it a shot! :unsure: actually i moved to denmark to be with my boyfriend. we got married about a year ago, and i just wanted to go to the us and visit my family since i still have not been back since moving here, and we can finally afford for me to go alone in a couple of weeks. my husband is not able to come with me, he will have to work. my question is, will i encounter any kind of problems trying to go back and visit? i mean i'm a united states citizen still, but a danish resident. but i don't have a job, so that is one potential 'tie' that i won't have available. i just don't know if they will question me, as if unsure if i will leave the country in two weeks from arriving on my return flight. please help! hopefully this makes sense... :no: thanks! :D

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hello all, i'm not sure if this is the right place to ask, but i figured i'd give it a shot! :unsure: actually i moved to denmark to be with my boyfriend. we got married about a year ago, and i just wanted to go to the us and visit my family since i still have not been back since moving here, and we can finally afford for me to go alone in a couple of weeks. my husband is not able to come with me, he will have to work. my question is, will i encounter any kind of problems trying to go back and visit? i mean i'm a united states citizen still, but a danish resident. but i don't have a job, so that is one potential 'tie' that i won't have available. i just don't know if they will question me, as if unsure if i will leave the country in two weeks from arriving on my return flight. please help! hopefully this makes sense... :no: thanks! :D

you are a US citizen and can come and go as you please.



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Marriage: 7/12/10
Filed I-130: 9/10/12
NOA1: 9/17/12
Transferred to NBC: 9/19/12
Sent to local office for adjudication: 9/21/12
RFE for Beneficiary BC received 12/13/12
Mail BC in response to RFE 12/17/12
NOA2: 12/20/12
NVC case number assigned: 1/29/13
Sent DS-3032 email: 1/31/13
Received DS-3032 / I-864 Bill: 2/1/13
Pay I-864 Bill: 2/5/13
NVC Accepted DS-3032: 2/12/13
Received IV Bill: 2/13/13
Send Completed I-864: 2/16/13
NVC Received I-864 Package: 2/19/13
AOS Package accepted: 2/26/13
Pay IV Bill: 2/28/13
IV Packet Sent: 3/2/13
NVC Received IV Packet: 3/4/13
Case Completed at NVC: 3/13/13
Interview date: 4/30/13

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POE: pending

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There is proof that the Danish citizen brainwashes people.


There is no room in this country for hyphenated Americanism. When I refer to hyphenated Americans, I do not refer to naturalized Americans. Some of the very best Americans I have ever known were naturalized Americans, Americans born abroad. But a hyphenated American is not an American at all . . . . The one absolutely certain way of bringing this nation to ruin, of preventing all possibility of its continuing to be a nation at all, would be to permit it to become a tangle of squabbling nationalities, an intricate knot of German-Americans, Irish-Americans, English-Americans, French-Americans, Scandinavian-Americans or Italian-Americans, each preserving its separate nationality, each at heart feeling more sympathy with Europeans of that nationality, than with the other citizens of the American Republic . . . . There is no such thing as a hyphenated American who is a good American. The only man who is a good American is the man who is an American and nothing else.

President Teddy Roosevelt on Columbus Day 1915

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There is proof that the Danish citizen brainwashes people.

To the better. But we're darn good at it. Come over for a cup of coffee(or a blizzard) sometime, Brother Hezekiel. :)

OP - go visit. No issues as long as you have your US passport with you.


K1 process, October 2010 > POE, July 2011

I-129F approved in 180 days from NOA1 date. (195 days from filing to NOA2 in hand)

Interview took 224 days from I-129F NOA1 date. (241 days from filing petition until visa in hand)

From filing I-129F petition until POE: 285 days

Click timeline or "about me" for all details.

AOS process, December 2011 > July 2012

EAD/AP Approval took 51 days from NOA1 date to email update. (77 days from filing until EAD/AP in hand)

AOS Approval took 206 days from NOA1 date to email update. (231 days from filing until greencard in hand)

From filing I-129F petition until greencard in hand: 655 days

Click timeline or "about me" for all details.

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