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On I-129 question 15, it asks "If your fiancee is currently in the United States, complete the following:"

15 a: He or She last arrived as a: (visitor, student, exchange alien, crewman, stowaway, temporary worker, without inspection, etc"

Now, I arrived without a visa because I'm a Canadian citizen. Do I just write without inspection? Or does that imply that I had a visa but was never inspected?

15 d: Date authorized stay expired or will expire as shown on I-94 or I-95:

What do I write in this? I was never given one?

15 f: Travel Document Number:

What is a travel document number?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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What do you mean you arrived in US without a visa because your a Canadian citizen? You still need a visa if you have been living in the US. If you are here visiting for less than 30 days then say you arrived as a visitor.

The I-94 shows how and when you entered the U.S. it's all digital now but you can request a paper document for immigration purposes.

A travel document allows non-US citizens to travel abroad. I would guess that you do not have a travel document though so you can't fill this section in.

P.S. It sounds like you came into the country legally so defo do not put without inspection. That means you crossed the border illegally. If you came by plane then you most definitely were inspected at the airport.

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What do you mean you arrived in US without a visa because your a Canadian citizen? You still need a visa if you have been living in the US. If you are here visiting for less than 30 days then say you arrived as a visitor.

The I-94 shows how and when you entered the U.S. it's all digital now but you can request a paper document for immigration purposes.

A travel document allows non-US citizens to travel abroad. I would guess that you do not have a travel document though so you can't fill this section in.

P.S. It sounds like you came into the country legally so defo do not put without inspection. That means you crossed the border illegally. If you came by plane then you most definitely were inspected at the airport.

Canadians do not need a visa to visit and we can stay up to 6 months, many stay even longer without issues.

On I-129 question 15, it asks "If your fiancee is currently in the United States, complete the following:"

15 a: He or She last arrived as a: (visitor, student, exchange alien, crewman, stowaway, temporary worker, without inspection, etc"

Now, I arrived without a visa because I'm a Canadian citizen. Do I just write without inspection? Or does that imply that I had a visa but was never inspected?

15 d: Date authorized stay expired or will expire as shown on I-94 or I-95:

What do I write in this? I was never given one?

15 f: Travel Document Number:

What is a travel document number?

I'm also curious to know the answer to this question and if going the k-1 route while you are visiting and staying there could cause a problem.


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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Pakistan
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Oh okay 6 months. I didn't know it was for that long. But still you're visiting so just put visitor. Shouldn't be a problem. Just don't overstay the six months and youre golden. You'll go back for the interview I'm guessing?

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