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Using a tourist visa after applying for k3 visa

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Here is the situation. I have met (online) a lady from Venezuela and we have been emailing and Skyping for the last six months. She has a tourist visa for multiple entries to the US that expires in 2023. She is coming for a visit in April. If, as I suspect, things go well, we may become engaged or possibly even married. Either way she will return to Venezuela and we will begin the process of getting her a k1 or k3 visa. My question is will she be able to travel to the US on her tourist visa while waiting for her k1 or k3 visa?


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Luciel(Colombia) & Jim(USA)

Married in Cali Colombia Dec 19, 2003

Filed I-130 Jan 29, 2004

NOA #1 Feb 3, 2004

Filed I-129f Feb 16, 2004

I-129f Rec'd Feb 24, 2004

NOA #1 Rec'd Feb 26, 2004

NOA #2 I-129f Dated Aug 18, 2004

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