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Applying for K-1 While both are travelling

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I am a US citizen planning to marry a Brazilian citizen. We are going to enter the K-1 application process in approximately 2 months. We have been apart for 1.5 years and would like to spend more time together before coming back to the US on the K-1 visa. We plan to start travelling together (ideally outside of the US and Brazil) about 1-2 months after we send in the application. We hope to spend several months travelling - ideally the entire time until he gets a K-1 visa to come to the US. Does anyone know if being out of our home countries will prevent us from completing different steps of the K-1 visa application process? As we'll only be travelling in different countries, neither of us will have residency in the country we will be in. I've read in a different forum that you have to at least have residency in order to get an interview in a country that is not the home country.

Thank you so much for your help!

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