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Filed: K-3 Visa Country: Turkey
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Is there anyone can help me? I am married since 5th january and we married in Turkey, my husband (sweety) has to start procedures from USA and i want to ask what kind of documents he will need about me in addition to filling forms ( birth certificate, marriage certificate...)

And my another question is if i go to US with tourist visa and come home back on time before the expiry date ends, is it cause a problem?

:help: please!!!

I-130

04/18/2006 Sent I-130 to Nebraska Service Center

04/20/2006 NSC received it

05/04/2006 Our check has been cashed

05/06/2006 Received NOA1

08/21/2006 I-130 APPROVED (APPROVED IN 108 DAYS)

I-129F

05/11/2006 Sent I-129F to Chicago USCIS

05/13/2006 USCIS received it.

05/19/2006 Received NOA1

07/03/2006 Received IMBRA RFE

08/03/2006 RECEIVED NOA2 (APPROVED IN 76 DAYS)

08/16/2006 NVC forwarded case to embassy

11/15/2006 Interview/Approved/ Visa granted

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Hi and welcome to VJ :)

First you need to understand your options. Have a read of the following link to compare the visa's available to you.

Compare Visa's

Then have a read of the particular visa HERE

There is always a risk when visiting the US as everyone is looked on with intent to immigrate. Some are allowed entry and some are not. It is always advised to be able to show that you intend to leave by having evidence of strong ties to your home.

You can find me on FBI

An overview of Security Name Checks And Administrative Review at Service Center, NVC & Consulate levels.

Detailed Review USCIS Alien Security Checks

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I am but a wench not a lawyer. My advice and opinion is just that. I read, I research, I learn.

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Filed: Country: Turkey
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Is there anyone can help me? I am married since 5th january and we married in Turkey, my husband (sweety) has to start procedures from USA and i want to ask what kind of documents he will need about me in addition to filling forms ( birth certificate, marriage certificate...)

And my another question is if i go to US with tourist visa and come home back on time before the expiry date ends, is it cause a problem?

:help: please!!!

i will be married in turkey in august...did you file the k1 and k3 or did you file just the k3 i am so lost too. please stay in touch i will also talk to an advocate on june 7th hoping they can clear somethings up too. thank you and best of luck to you

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