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My sister is engaged to a young man from Brazil. She was gonna apply for the k1 but since they don't plan on residing in the USA for a few more years they wouldn't be approved. What visa would u suggest for them to do?


2/5/03 Met each other through a friend

6/8/03 Went to Dubia First meeting

9/13/03 Went To Dubia Again 2 Meeting

12/18/03 MARRIED IN NIGERIA

1/6/04 Left my Love to return to USA.

INTERVIEW DATE SEPT 13, 2004

Going to NIGERIA 9/8/04 SO HAPPY 9/13/04 Interview. WE had a really hard time. They guy that interviewed us was raciest so we are waiting now. We were put on REVIEW.

4/01/05 Going to Nigeria to see my beloved. 4/05/05 I became Pregnant

4/15/05 Went to embassy to see about our case. They said they are still processing be done soon.

5/01/05 Went to embassy again to see if there almost through with the case. Said that they will be done with it soon No need to worry.

5/12/05 Returned to America went to Doctor to confirm Pregnancy

8/12/05 Steve goes to the embassy they called him. They told him the need more paper work

8/14/05 he provided all the paper work and they still said that they will be finished soon.

9/13/05 YEAR SINCE OUR INTERVIEW

1/02/06 Baby Girl Kelita Amaka born

2/7/06 Sent out packet to finish I130

2/15/06Sent out all the fees

5/06/06 RFE need info from Hubby

6/1/06 recieved his packet sent it back in

6/7/06 in system again

6/14/06 Case completed

1/16/07Interiew *requested DNA test of Our Daughter

1/29/07 Dna Completed waiting for the kit to be sent for his DNA

Issuing Visa

ROMANS 8:28

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hi

none for now, when they are ready to live in the US, they can either marry during these years and then your sister can return and file for spousal visa

or if they are going to date for a long time, when they are ready, she can apply for the K1 for her fiancé

any visa they file is to come and live here, whether the CR1 spousal visa or the K1

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There plan was to get married here in August. But they would only stay for a month then been gone for a few years. She is in Brazil with him now, but they will soon leave each other for 2 months and go work.


2/5/03 Met each other through a friend

6/8/03 Went to Dubia First meeting

9/13/03 Went To Dubia Again 2 Meeting

12/18/03 MARRIED IN NIGERIA

1/6/04 Left my Love to return to USA.

INTERVIEW DATE SEPT 13, 2004

Going to NIGERIA 9/8/04 SO HAPPY 9/13/04 Interview. WE had a really hard time. They guy that interviewed us was raciest so we are waiting now. We were put on REVIEW.

4/01/05 Going to Nigeria to see my beloved. 4/05/05 I became Pregnant

4/15/05 Went to embassy to see about our case. They said they are still processing be done soon.

5/01/05 Went to embassy again to see if there almost through with the case. Said that they will be done with it soon No need to worry.

5/12/05 Returned to America went to Doctor to confirm Pregnancy

8/12/05 Steve goes to the embassy they called him. They told him the need more paper work

8/14/05 he provided all the paper work and they still said that they will be finished soon.

9/13/05 YEAR SINCE OUR INTERVIEW

1/02/06 Baby Girl Kelita Amaka born

2/7/06 Sent out packet to finish I130

2/15/06Sent out all the fees

5/06/06 RFE need info from Hubby

6/1/06 recieved his packet sent it back in

6/7/06 in system again

6/14/06 Case completed

1/16/07Interiew *requested DNA test of Our Daughter

1/29/07 Dna Completed waiting for the kit to be sent for his DNA

Issuing Visa

ROMANS 8:28

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To come for a visit and get married during that time would only require a visitor visa.


I-864 Affidavit of Support FAQ -->> https://travel.state.gov/content/visas/en/immigrate/immigrant-process/documents/support/i-864-frequently-asked-questions.html

FOREIGN INCOME REPORTING & TAX FILING -->> https://www.irs.gov/publications/p54/ch01.html#en_US_2015_publink100047318

CALL THIS NUMBER TO ORDER IRS TAX TRANSCRIPTS >> 800-908-9946

PLEASE READ THE GUIDES -->> Link to Visa Journey Guides

MULTI ENTRY SPOUSE VISA TO VN -->>Link to Visa Exemption for Vietnamese Residents Overseas & Their Spouses

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