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Here's my dilema. I want to marry a girl who is in the Philippines. I can't get a passport because the Texas Attorney General put me on the "no passport" list because I am behind in my child support. I am making $1,200.00 a month payments and have been paying child support for 23 years. One of the requirements for a K-1 visa is that I meet my fiancee within 2 years of filing for the visa. Since I cannot go to the Philippines to meet my fiancee, or marry her there, is it possible that she could get a K-1 visa to come to the U.S. to meet me, or marry me here?

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It says explicitly on the instructions that one requirement for applying for a K-1 visa is to have met in person within 2 years of the application date.

So either you will have to pay up to get the passport or get her to come to the US on a visitor's visa.

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During her intrview with the USEM for tourist visa just make her sure she's not going to tell the consul about the plans of marrying you once she got there. Automatically she will be denied.


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First of all Im sorry to hear about this.

The best option is to pay what you have to pay so you can get passport and visit her here, getting US tourist visa is difficult. And as far as I know marrying using tourist visa in US is a red flag. idea9dv.gif

By the way, how can you able to visit her here if you cant even pay your child support? Know your priorities.good.gif

Good Luck!


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It's actually visa fraud and can result in a lifetime ban

Nope


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Nope

Really? Can you please correct me on this? I thought that marrying on a tourist with intent to stay was visa fraud and resulted in a lifetime ban. I guess marrying on a tourist visa and then returning your home country is acceptable.

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It has been covered many many times.

And is irrelevant to this thread.


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Correct me on this please.... I thought giving child support is only if your child is 18 and below. But this man is supporting more than 23 years? So your child/children are more than the age for support? How long can a man give child support then?


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Correct me on this please.... I thought giving child support is only if your child is 18 and below. But this man is supporting more than 23 years? So your child/children are more than the age for support? How long can a man give child support then?

There could be multiple children?

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