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I-129F Question about how me met

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Italy
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Hi to everyone, I need help about a doubt I have. Me and my fiance are filling I-129f for K1 visa. In it there is a question about how we met, so we need to describe how we met and a short story of our relationship. I'm the beneficiary and I met my fiance in 2012 in U.S. when I worked illegally there. I was a nanny live in and I was with ESTA (Visa Waiver). I did not overstay, I stayed only 87 days. Then in the beginning of this year I returned again to work in U.S. with the same family. Again, I stayed almost 90 days.

The question is should we be honest say it, answering to the question about how me met or should we not say anything about?

I'm a bit worried about.. I would not get a denial :(:unsure:


 My AOS journey

 

12/22/2016: AOS and I-130 sent

01/10/2017: Checks cashed

01/11/2017: Acceptance confirmation thru e-mails and texts  

01/17/2017: Noa in the mail

01/24/2017: Biometrics appointment letter for 02/02/2017 

02/02/2017: Biometrics taken (I've removed my piercing :(  )

01/30/2017: Got a letter saying I forgot the medical form I-693

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Italy
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Always be honest. Never lie on any immigration forms.

Yeah I know but I don't risk a denial in this way? :unsure:


 My AOS journey

 

12/22/2016: AOS and I-130 sent

01/10/2017: Checks cashed

01/11/2017: Acceptance confirmation thru e-mails and texts  

01/17/2017: Noa in the mail

01/24/2017: Biometrics appointment letter for 02/02/2017 

02/02/2017: Biometrics taken (I've removed my piercing :(  )

01/30/2017: Got a letter saying I forgot the medical form I-693

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Filed: Country: Mexico
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I do not think that illegal work in the US alone makes you ineligible for the visa since you did not overstay. However, misrepresentation can make you ineligible. You entered the US on the VWP twice with the intent to work, but I do not know that in and of itself equals material misrepresentation either. I would seek a consultation with an immigration attorney or two and see what they tell you.


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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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Italy
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Yeah, it is pretty tough. And I know I did a big mistake (double!) entering in US on Visa Waiver Program.. Thanks for your advice, I'll follow it trying to ask to an immigration attorney :thumbs:


 My AOS journey

 

12/22/2016: AOS and I-130 sent

01/10/2017: Checks cashed

01/11/2017: Acceptance confirmation thru e-mails and texts  

01/17/2017: Noa in the mail

01/24/2017: Biometrics appointment letter for 02/02/2017 

02/02/2017: Biometrics taken (I've removed my piercing :(  )

01/30/2017: Got a letter saying I forgot the medical form I-693

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