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 Hi everyone. My question is about question 1 in part 5 in form I 130. I am to file for this visa for my wife. But I have had a k-1 visa approved in 2007 with a

previous fiancee whom I did not marry. It soured when she came to the states and went back to her country. I was wondering if I should say yes 

to this question? 

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4 minutes ago, bq1463a said:

 Hi everyone. My question is about question 1 in part 5 in form I 130. I am to file for this visa for my wife. But I have had a k-1 visa approved in 2007 with a

previous fiancee whom I did not marry. It soured when she came to the states and went back to her country. I was wondering if I should say yes 

to this question? 

Of course you filed a petition for an "other" person.  Answer yes and complete the rest of the questions as applicable to the previous fiancee.  The "result" is "visa approved but did not marry".  You might want to add by hand that the person left the USA, if applicable.


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17 hours ago, bq1463a said:

Hey Everyone. My wife is currently living in Uganda and she was thinking of working in Doha, Qatar while waiting for the Spousal visa to be approved.

Is it advisable that she do this or is it best that she stays in her country? I just don't want any unnecessary delays.

There is no disadvantage to the visa process, to go to another country to work.  


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Hi everyone, it's me again. At the moment, I'm about to send off the I 130 form, my wife is still in her country. But now she is preparing to leave for 

another country to work. So, after sending off the form she will have moved and the information on the I 130 about her address will no longer be correct. What should I do?

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1 hour ago, bq1463a said:

Hi everyone, it's me again. At the moment, I'm about to send off the I 130 form, my wife is still in her country. But now she is preparing to leave for 

another country to work. So, after sending off the form she will have moved and the information on the I 130 about her address will no longer be correct. What should I do?

Depends on how soon she's moving.  Doing a Consulate change at the NVC stage causes about a two week delay.  You can update her address then, or she can return to her country for the visa interview.  OR, if she's leaving soon and wants to interview where she works,  make the form you file correct and wait to file it.


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