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Father is permanent resident, will that affect K1 visa?

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Hi everyone. So we are in the process of filling out the K1 form and on the G-325A it asks for information about my parents (I'm the foreigner). Will my father being a green card holder have any bearing on the application at all? I'm just hoping that it doesn't disqualify us from applying for the fiancé visa. He's never filed for me btw.

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Disclose everything!

Well his status isn't asked about on the Bio form however I'm pretty sure that if checks are made with his name (assuming that they do this) it would disclose that he is a green card holder.

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Well I don't remember if there were a section on that for asking if any of your close relatives live in the states but it will definitely be on the DS-160 that you fill out before the interview. They might ask about it, but it shouldn't have any effect on your application.

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