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10 minutes ago, RobertM54 said:

Many woman make a living from their dating agency. Will that in itself disqualify her for a K-1 with a much older man?

Is it a general question, or about your fiancée? I tried to understand your timeline; didn't you interview in 2016? 

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3 minutes ago, RobertM54 said:

Withdrew the 2016 petition. New potential fiancée.   She will list a specific dating agency as her employer - how does the type of services matter?

If prostitution was a service provided as an escort, then it would matter.  The US Government will want to know if the dating service was a front for prostitution.  

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6 minutes ago, RobertM54 said:

Withdrew the 2016 petition. New potential fiancée.   She will list a specific dating agency as her employer - how does the type of services matter?

I tried to delete my old timeline

 

Also I bet they’re going to be curious about IMBRA implications.

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8 minutes ago, RobertM54 said:

Withdrew the 2016 petition. New potential fiancée.   She will list a specific dating agency as her employer - how does the type of services matter?

I tried to delete my old timeline

 

Is she paid for "dates", or is she working as an accountant/secretary/marketing rep for the agency - will make a huge difference. 

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Prostitution not a service provided by this agency. The women will rarely meet and then under agency supervision. 

IMBRA not an issue. Excellent  point though.  Introduced by a woman I did meet through the agency. She turned out to have recently married.

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1 minute ago, RobertM54 said:

Prostitution not a service provided by this agency. The women will rarely meet and then under agency supervision. 

IMBRA not an issue. Excellent  point though.  Introduced by a woman I did meet through the agency. She turned out to have recently married.

What is her position/job description? What is the agency paying her to do exactly, if they are her employer?

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1 minute ago, Lemonslice said:

Is she paid for "dates", or is she working as an accountant/secretary/marketing rep for the agency - will make a huge difference. 

The website is a pay for chat site. She gets paid for her time in chat.

Why a huge difference?

I have met admin women from agencies. The only difference is that they are not hot. 

 

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41 minutes ago, Jorgedig said:

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That was in specific response to:

"Is she paid for "dates", or is she working as an accountant/secretary/marketing rep for the agency - will make a huge difference. "

And my comment was: (why would you misquote me?)

I have met admin women from agencies. The only difference is that they are not hot. 

And I met her and developed a relationship with her outside the agency as I stated here:

"Introduced by a woman I did meet through the agency. "

 

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Several noncontributory/inflammatory posts have been removed, along with one quote thereof.

 

This thread began low in the water and is sinking rapidly.  The OP is to be as clear and objective as possible, and respondents are to respond objectively and nonjudgmentally, or this thread will be locked and administrative action applied.


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send me a tell, i think i might be able to help so that this thread does not devolve. I met my fiance through an agency as well, and we did file the proper IMBRA forms with our application. I have an idea of the agency also, however we do not have a large age gap as you are indicating. I can try to answer any questions in PMs if you wish.


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On ‎3‎/‎22‎/‎2019 at 12:19 AM, RobertM54 said:

Many woman make a living from their dating agency. Will that in itself disqualify her for a K-1 with a much older man?

NO, working for a dating agency will not disqualify her.  You asked if this will disqualify her for a K-1 with a much older man.  One of the problems you had with your previous k-1 submittal was a huge age difference.  Hopefully you are not in a similar scenario again.


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