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help ! re do a K1

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hi,

I do need some info from an expert or someone who masters the K1 subject. here is my Q :

My fiancé and I went through a K1 process and succeeded.

i moved. but i had to be back to France before we got married.

is it possible for us to redo a K1 process, the same, with same petitoner (my fiancé), same applicant,(me ) everything would be the same. we do love each other and would like to redo it as i had to cut it.

we were approved (visas in hands) in 2 months and a half

clearly is it possible for same couple to do again a K1 procedure when the first had to be interrupted?

thank you for your true and wise answer, we need help.

thanks

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
Timeline

Long shot but maybe the Consulate would revalidate?

Otherwise you can go through it again.


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According to your timeline, you entered US on 08/21/2014.

So today is 68 days since your first US entry on K1.

You are running out of time for K1 reissuance.

Have you contact the US consulate in your home country yet?

Take note that you have to redo medical exam, all the forms again to get the interview scheduled in very short period of time.

9 FAM 41.81 N6.3 Reissuance of K-1 Visa
(TL:VISA-2; 08-30-1987)
If a K-1 visa, valid for a single entry and a 6-month period, has already been
used for admission into the United States and the alien fiancé(e) has
returned abroad prior to the marriage, the consular officer may issue a new
K visa, provided that the period of validity does not exceed the 90th day
after the date of initial admission of the alien on the original K visa and
provided also that the petitioner and beneficiary still intend and are free to
marry. The alien’s return to the United States and marriage to the petitioner
must take place within 90 days from the date of the original admission into
the United States in K status.

Edited by Merrytooth

Done with K1, AOS and ROC

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Filed: Timeline

According to your timeline, you entered US on 08/21/2014.

So today is 68 days since your first US entry on K1.

You are running out of time for K1 reissuance.

Have you contact the US consulate in your home country yet?

Take note that you have to redo medical exam, all the forms again to get the interview scheduled in very short period of time.

9 FAM 41.81 N6.3 Reissuance of K-1 Visa

(TL:VISA-2; 08-30-1987)

If a K-1 visa, valid for a single entry and a 6-month period, has already been

used for admission into the United States and the alien fiancé(e) has

returned abroad prior to the marriage, the consular officer may issue a new

K visa, provided that the period of validity does not exceed the 90th day

after the date of initial admission of the alien on the original K visa and

provided also that the petitioner and beneficiary still intend and are free to

marry. The alien’s return to the United States and marriage to the petitioner

must take place within 90 days from the date of the original admission into

the United States in K status.

hi, so you 're saying that if i contact again the consulate i'll be able to be rescheduled?

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hi, so you 're saying that if i contact again the consulate i'll be able to be rescheduled?

Yes, you have to contact the US consulate asap.

In order for the US consulate to reissue a new K1 visa, you have to get all documents again

such as your police certificate, medical and financial documents (I-134 form), and schedule the interview.


Done with K1, AOS and ROC

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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You would need to get the K-1 re-issued, and then use it and get married in the US within 90 days from the first time you entered. You only have about 3 weeks left to get all that done.

If you do not manage to get the K-1 re-issued, yes, you can refile for a new K-1 by starting back at square one with a new I-129F petition submission.


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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