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Can my fiance and/or his family pick me and my belongings up for POE?

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Hey guys, I posted yesterday about trying to figure out how best to bring my stuff across the border on a K-1 Visa, and some new questions have come up as a result. My fiance's father has proposed the idea of driving his truck and trailer, with my fiance in tow, up to where I live in BC, and then bringing me and my things back across the border. However, I'm not sure if this would actually be permitted or not. Would the act of them moving my stuff be considered "working"? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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10/02/17: Mailed I-129F; MIA (Suspected lost in the mail)

07/16/18: Mailed I-129F #2

07/30/18:  I-129F Received by USCIS

08/17/18:  Packet sent back to us
08/20/18:  Mailed I-129F #2 (again) with 
cheque in a more obvious and secure location
08/23/18:  I-129F Received by USCIS (again)
08/27/18:  NOA1!

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29 minutes ago, Isabel&Will said:

Hey guys, I posted yesterday about trying to figure out how best to bring my stuff across the border on a K-1 Visa, and some new questions have come up as a result. My fiance's father has proposed the idea of driving his truck and trailer, with my fiance in tow, up to where I live in BC, and then bringing me and my things back across the border. However, I'm not sure if this would actually be permitted or not. Would the act of them moving my stuff be considered "working"? Any advice would be greatly appreciated!

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My wife lived in toronto. I drove up from ohio and we loaded up the car with her stuff and didnt have an issue crossing. Her father brought brought some bigger stuff down later with a letter stating her father was bringing her stuff. We also gave him a copy of her visa and crossed without a problem.

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This is exactly what my we did. My husband then fiance and his mother drove to pick up all my stuff, pets and kids. It took his truck and a Uhaul trailer and his mothers car to move us all down. 


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