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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Grenada
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Before I met my fiance, he had been in Canada. He went up there before a visa was required for him to enter. He stayed quite a while, began filing the appropriate paperwork, and then stopped and it lapsed. There is more to the story, but I don't think it's pertinent, so basically he left after they asked him to sign the voluntary deportation papers.

My question is...will this come up in the interview in Barbados? will it be problematic...or am I worrying about nothing?

I don't even know if the US can find out immigration information from Canada or other countries like that.

We will be fiing his police record from Canada, just to follow the rules, but that shouldn't say anything about this.

Hopefully someone will know something about this.

Thanks

Sue


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This falls under the "too much information" (TMI) can hurt you, category.

If asked about it, be honest. If not, be quiet. One should never volunteer information not asked for.

Ok,

Before I met my fiance, he had been in Canada. He went up there before a visa was required for him to enter. He stayed quite a while, began filing the appropriate paperwork, and then stopped and it lapsed. There is more to the story, but I don't think it's pertinent, so basically he left after they asked him to sign the voluntary deportation papers.

My question is...will this come up in the interview in Barbados? will it be problematic...or am I worrying about nothing?

I don't even know if the US can find out immigration information from Canada or other countries like that.

We will be fiing his police record from Canada, just to follow the rules, but that shouldn't say anything about this.

Hopefully someone will know something about this.

Thanks

Sue

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