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Lentgh of time I have been dating my fiance, a problem?

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I have known my fiance for 2 years now (travelled to Costa Rica several times and spent little time with him) but we did not begin a romance until 6 months ago and as such I only have evidence (photos, emails, etc.) as of 6 months ago. Will immigration frown upon an engagement when we have only been together for 6 months?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: South Korea
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No I don't think they will frown on it...met my fiance on line in October 2005 - met him in person in January 2006 and spent 10 days with him - filed the petition in February and it's been approved....the first step (service center) you just have to show evidence of the ongoing relationship, that you have met in person, that you're legally free to marry, and you're a USC.


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No I don't think they will frown on it...met my fiance on line in October 2005 - met him in person in January 2006 and spent 10 days with him - filed the petition in February and it's been approved....the first step (service center) you just have to show evidence of the ongoing relationship, that you have met in person, that you're legally free to marry, and you're a USC.

Yep, as long as you can prove it's a valid relationship and submit evidence of having met in the last 2 years you should be fine.


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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Canada
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I had a similar time frame with my husband.. Knew him online a couple of years.. met him in person and then filed only a few months later... I got my visa quite easily actually (they asked maybe 2 questions at the interview!) You shouldnt have any problems...

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