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I-129 F is not totally clear for me

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Hi. I'm brazilian and my fiance live in the USA. I just got a student visa but my fiance wants to get married now. I'm worried because of this visa that i just got.

How does it work? I mean, how long does it take, do they do everything in the USA right... and how does it work when they send it to me??

I'm really desperate because i don't know what to do.

Thank you :wacko:

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Ireland
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Do you want to get married right now?

I don't know the ins and outs of a student visa, sorry, but I hope you find what you're looking for!


03.04.2009......Posted I-130 to U.S. Embassy

03.04.2009......Ordered Police Certificate for Visa Purposes from Local Garda Office (ordered over the phone)

03.05.2009......I-130 received at Embassy

03.06.2009......Received Police Cert

03.18.2009......I-130 Approved

09.10.2009......Medical Exam

09.23.2009......Embassy receives Notice of Readiness

10.13.2009......Received our interview date

10.29.2009......Successful interview!

11.5.2009........Visa received in post

11.7.2009........All the family flew to the US together :)

12.20.2009......Received Welcome to America letter

12.24.2009......10 year Greencard received in the mail

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freechoice,

What is "it"?

Yodrak

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How does it work? I mean, how long does it take, do they do everything in the USA right... and how does it work when they send it to me??

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Brazil
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Ar eyou saying that you'll come to the USA on a student visa and then get married?

If so, you'll need to get an immigration attorney once you get here, because you'll be entering the country illegally (with the intent of getting married instead of just being a student)

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Filed: Country: Canada
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Hi. I'm brazilian and my fiance live in the USA. I just got a student visa but my fiance wants to get married now. I'm worried because of this visa that i just got.

How does it work? I mean, how long does it take, do they do everything in the USA right... and how does it work when they send it to me??

I'm really desperate because i don't know what to do.

Thank you :wacko:

What visa did you just get? I'm not real clear on what you're asking? :unsure:


Teaching is the essential profession...the one that makes ALL other professions possible - David Haselkorn

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ukraine
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I have a friend from Russia who arrived on a student visa. As a student, she met an American man, and they were able to marry. She did not have to return to Russia. But I don't know what the process was for her. Also, it was about 7 years ago, so things may have changed with all of the restrictions in place after 9/11/01.


02-21-2006 Mailed K-1 application to Nebraska.

02-23-2006 USPS online confirmation of delivery.

02-24-2006 NOA1 (received 03-02-2006).

02-28-2006 Touched - first time.

03-01-2006 Check cashed.

05-03-2006 NOA2 - 68 days from NOA1.

05-16-2006 NVC received application.

06-27-2006 NOA2 again?

08-08-2006 Interview at Kiev embassy.

08-09-2006 Received the K-1 visa.

10-07-2006 Arrived at JFK airport.

10-26-2006 Applied for Social Security card.

12-29-2006 Married!!!

01-03-2007 Received Social Security card.

01-22-2007 Mailed I-485, I 765, and I-131 forms.

01-26-2007 NOA for I-485, I-765, and I-131.

01-27-2007 Received Illinois state ID card and driver's permit.

02-15-2007 Biometrics appointment.

02-28-2007 Received driver's license.

03-08-2007 I-485 approved.

03-15-2007 Received Permanent Resident Card.

03-15-2007 Applied for Social Security Card with married last name.

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