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CAN I FILE MY K-1 FIANCE VISA IMMEDIATELY AFTER MEETING MY FIANCE?

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Hello VJ friends! My fiance and I are finally together here in Vienna to fulfill the requirement of seeing each other within 2 years. We are so happy to see each other again and spend New Year together. I have several questions on what to do next. Any inputs will be greatly appreciated.

1. Can I file my K-1 FIANCE PETITION as soon as I arrive back in the US?

2. Do I need to submit the Form I-134 or Affidavit of Support together with the K-1 fiance form?

3. After submitting all the forms, what do we need to prepare for?

I would be so grateful to get helpful insights. Thank you for guiding me with this journey of petitioning my fiance.

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Hello VJ friends! My fiance and I are finally together here in Vienna to fulfill the requirement of seeing each other within 2 years. We are so happy to see each other again and spend New Year together. I have several questions on what to do next. Any inputs will be greatly appreciated.

1. Can I file my K-1 FIANCE PETITION as soon as I arrive back in the US?

2. Do I need to submit the Form I-134 or Affidavit of Support together with the K-1 fiance form?

3. After submitting all the forms, what do we need to prepare for?

I would be so grateful to get helpful insights. Thank you for guiding me with this journey of petitioning my fiance.

Hi, welcome to VJ. Yes you can apply as soon as you get back to the US. That is what I did. The I-134 doesn't come until after you get your NOA2.

Here is a link on this website that will tell you step by step what needs to be done, it is under the "GUIDES" section. This website and its members have all of the answers you will need. Also look at the example forms to let you know how to fill out the forms. Please do not leave anything blank, either put NONE or N/A.

http://www.visajourney.com/content/k1guide

Good luck to you :thumbs:


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hi welcome to Vj yes you can file as long as you gather all the docs needed are complete then you can do send it now goodlvuk


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Hello VJ friends! My fiance and I are finally together here in Vienna to fulfill the requirement of seeing each other within 2 years. We are so happy to see each other again and spend New Year together. I have several questions on what to do next. Any inputs will be greatly appreciated.

1. Can I file my K-1 FIANCE PETITION as soon as I arrive back in the US?

2. Do I need to submit the Form I-134 or Affidavit of Support together with the K-1 fiance form?

3. After submitting all the forms, what do we need to prepare for?

I would be so grateful to get helpful insights. Thank you for guiding me with this journey of petitioning my fiance.

Yes you can file right away, just know the time tables of approval will not be accurate from there website, as many have had problems with both centers. But congrats on the decision to file, good luck. Please follow the guide above or you can hire a lawyer if you would not want to do it alone. :)

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Our Journey

06/12/12 - K-1 Sent

06/19/12 - NOA1

12/15/12 - NOA 2

02/11/2013 - Interview - APPROVED!!!!!!!

"Complete my joy by being of the same mind, having the same love, being in full accord and of one mind." - Philippians 2:2

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Hello VJ friends! My fiance and I are finally together here in Vienna to fulfill the requirement of seeing each other within 2 years. We are so happy to see each other again and spend New Year together. I have several questions on what to do next. Any inputs will be greatly appreciated.

1. Can I file my K-1 FIANCE PETITION as soon as I arrive back in the US?

2. Do I need to submit the Form I-134 or Affidavit of Support together with the K-1 fiance form?

3. After submitting all the forms, what do we need to prepare for?

I would be so grateful to get helpful insights. Thank you for guiding me with this journey of petitioning my fiance.

i am no expert on all this, but i completed every form, compiled all supporting evidence, and submitted the application myself and got approved. my fiance is here with me now in the USA.

i took 3 months to prepare my original submission. i totally front-loaded it as they call it. i did include the I-134, receipts, copies of boarding passes, itineraries, and photos from my visits to see her. a copy of my engagement ring receipt, and so on. anything and everything even mentioned that might be necessary, i put it in there.

the embassy had my original submission at our interview and we were approved in 5 minutes.

i might have just gotten lucky, but we're talking about the rest of our future lives with these submissions. why not take your time now to do it completely and correctly. it seemed to me that the adjucator at the embassy appreciated having everything in front of him before we were called to the window, but that's just my observation.

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i am no expert on all this, but i completed every form, compiled all supporting evidence, and submitted the application myself and got approved. my fiance is here with me now in the USA. i took 3 months to prepare my original submission. i totally front-loaded it as they call it. i did include the I-134, receipts, copies of boarding passes, itineraries, and photos from my visits to see her. a copy of my engagement ring receipt, and so on. anything and everything even mentioned that might be necessary, i put it in there. the embassy had my original submission at our interview and we were approved in 5 minutes.

i might have just gotten lucky, but we're talking about the rest of our future lives with these submissions. why not take your time now to do it completely and correctly. it seemed to me that the adjucator at the embassy appreciated having everything in front of him before we were called to the window, but that's just my observation.

good luck

I included none of the above and was approved in 5 minutes (no RFE's either). They didn't ask to see any evidence of relationship either. I wasn't interviewed or RFE'd for AOS, or ROC. N-400 window opens in April.

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I included none of the above and was approved in 5 minutes (no RFE's either). They didn't ask to see any evidence of relationship either. I wasn't interviewed or RFE'd for AOS, or ROC. N-400 window opens in April.

none of the above or all of the above...it's up to each one of us how we go about preparing our submissions. and i am sure it makes a big difference what country we are dealing with. for example, if i was not present at the embassy interview, my fiance would have been automatically denied her visa. that's the US embassy's policy in the dominican republic. i doubt that's true worldwide.

my point is what's the harm in preparing everything up front? ...but then again, everyone is free to do whatever they want. just glad you, i, and everyone here that got approved can now be with the one they love.

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none of the above or all of the above...it's up to each one of us how we go about preparing our submissions. and i am sure it makes a big difference what country we are dealing with. for example, if i was not present at the embassy interview, my fiance would have been automatically denied her visa. that's the US embassy's policy in the dominican republic. i doubt that's true worldwide.

my point is what's the harm in preparing everything up front? ...but then again, everyone is free to do whatever they want. just glad you, i, and everyone here that got approved can now be with the one they love.

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And to the OP: I would deff. file ASAP when you return to the states. Make sure you take lots of photos, save your passport stamps etc!!!

When you get to the interview level Vienna seems very simple. My fiances interview was JAN 17 But the systems shut down due to the snow storm. He is rescheduled for JAN 28.. wish us luck!!

During the interview, the interviewer asked to see our photos from our original k1 submission- Thankfully Erkan listened to me and bought the original packet to the interview! They asked how we met etc. As long as you have all the required documents for both the USCIS and Embassy stage you will be fine. Plus you are at CSC and I think they are still moving muuucchhh faster than VSC! If you have any questions hit me up, good luck!!!


05/02/12 - I-129F sent

5/04/12 - I-129F NOA1

11/15/12 - Approved I-129F NOA2 (6.5 months!!)

11/29/12 - NVC Received

12/10/12 - USEM Case Received

12/12/12 - Packet 3

12/21/12 - Packet 4

1/16/13 - Medical Exam

1/17/13 - Interview- computers crashed.... or so they claim!

1/28/13 - New interview date- Admin. Processing

2/4/13 - Denial- No waiver can apply

July 14 2013 - Moved to Vienna with my dog and 3 suitcases!

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