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Be strong is the only thing i can tell.

I cryed almost all the night before my fiance leave, at the airport i cryed too, but i took force again, thinking that soon we are going to be together

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Be strong is the only thing i can tell.

I cryed almost all the night before my fiance leave, at the airport i cryed too, but i took force again, thinking that soon we are going to be together

thank you so much, your message contrefort me

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I understand u , is so difficult to say bye to the person u love , but think very you will be together and then there wont be more good bye

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Mexico

~ Moved from K-1 Process to Off Topic - not really about any immigration process, but about how to deal with separation from loved one ~

Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > https://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ_Ciudad-Juarez-2-22-2021.pdf

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: China

It's hard, everytime I went to China to visit my fiancee for weeks at a time and end up having to return home after my vacation was over, I always held back tears. Haha, but I think she's stronger than me, she never looked back when she walked away as I enter through security and head towards the terminal to get on the airplane. I'm always the one looking back to see her, but she runs off quickly so I wouldn't see her, it was her way of telling me to stay strong.

I held back tears all the way home, going through 22-27 hours of flight time and layovers. It never gets easy, you just learn to accept that with the distance, this will be the challenge but with the help of this website we will all bring our love ones close to us someday.

Be strong =]

I-129F Sent : 2013-04-17
I-129F Acceptance: 2013-04-22

I-129F NOA1 : 2013-04-25 (Text Message & Email Notification Recieved)

I-129F Alien Registration Number Changed: 2013-04-29
I-129F NOA2: 2013-08-07 (Text Message & Email Notification Recieved)
I-129F NVC Recieved: 2013-09-13
I-129F NVC Sent to Consulate in China: 2013-09-13
I-129F Consulate in China created case: 11-Sep-2013
I-129F Consulate sent Packet 3: 16-Sep-2013
I-129F Received Packet 3: 28-Sep-2013
I-129F Packet 3 sent back to Consulate: 01-Oct-2013

I-129F Packet 4 recieved! Email: 20-Oct-2013
I-129F Interview Scheduled: Nov. 7th, 2013
I-129F Visa Interview Approved ~ Nov. 7th, 2013 dancin5hr.gif
I-129F Received Email requesting return to Consulate for fingerprinting(again) ~ 11/13/2013 ranting33va.gif

I-129F Went back to US Consulate to do finger printing 11/26/2013
I-129F CEAC Status changed from AP to " ISSUED" 12-06-2013
(Passport Tracking)
~ 11-07-2013: Passport is still with POST (Consulate)
~ 12-10-2013: Passport is currently being processed for delivery.

~ 12-12-2013: Passport origination scan: Passport is on its way =]
~ 12-16-2013: Passport ready for pickup: Finally !!

Flight to USA on 12/24/2013~ finally coming to America
~ 12-31-2013: Applied for SSN
~ 02-10-2014: Received SSN

Adjustment of Status Package Sent : 02/25/2014
03-06-2014: Notification of Receipt
03-31-2014: Biometrics Appointment
05-19-2014: AOS Interview Approved!!! Was told to wait 2-4 weeks to receive green card.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: United Kingdom

Just trust that there is a light at the end of the tunnel. My fiancé and I have lived together in the UK for 6 years and then he got a job transfer back in California. I went with him in January but had to return to the UK after 90 days, then I went back and again had to leave in August before my 90 days were up. We have been apart since but I have finally got my visa and will be leaving for real in January. It's tough, it's upsetting, but if you have a good strong relationship then you will be able to get through it. Just make sure you talk as much as possible - Skype, text, FaceTime etc - it all makes it just a little bit easier.

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