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Got Married on B2 Visa

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Hi All,

Wondering anyones experience. Our lawyer is completing the I-130 and I-485. My spouse came to visit on September 8, 2016. Once here, he decided not to return and quit his job in his home country. We were married on November 19. I guess I'm wondering if this could lead to problems for our interview. We were engaged as of this past July. He had bought a roundtrip ticket but never used the return flight. We had no definite date of when we wanted to get married....but turned out to be sooner than later. Well, again, just wondering if anyone has gone through this.

Guess I'm also wondering how to prove we didn't intend to get married during his visit when we have the interview. Not even sure if we'll be asked but just getting some ideas.

Thanks for any info!!

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