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I-212 and K1 at the same time?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Thailand
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Has anyone had success submitting a request for I-212 visa after receiving NOA1 for a K1 visa and basically allowing both to work at the same time?

My attorney has learned that cases have been successful where you file for the K1 and once you receive the case # (NOA1), you then submit the I-212 with reference to the K1 case number, along with all required documentation. (In these examples the K1 was filed through TSC and I-212 through Houston).

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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A solo I 212 seems relatively unusual, usually they come with a 601.

It is my understanding that they do not require an approved visa like a 601.


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