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Just received NOA2, but traveling to US in late May

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We just received our NOA2 for K1 visa and planning on marrying late fall. Fiancee is living and working in Canada on a work visa, and is from the Philippines with a passport from there. She has direct flights from Canada to the US and return for our vacation in late May.

 

Is there anything in particular she should bring or say to the customs officer? We think the return flight ticket is key, along with info of where she'll be staying. Does she need a letter from her boss saying she will be returning to work on the date after vacation? Any other tips or things we should be aware of? Thank you!

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I think it might be better to ask in a Philippines sub forum, most people in Canada sub forums will know what works for Canadian citizens/residents, we won't be of much help for philipino's :( As you probably know, Canadian's can visit America visa-free and pretty hassle free. But due to your fiance being from Philippines the story could be totally different.

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19 minutes ago, purem4g1c said:

I think it might be better to ask in a Philippines sub forum, most people in Canada sub forums will know what works for Canadian citizens/residents, we won't be of much help for philipino's :( As you probably know, Canadian's can visit America visa-free and pretty hassle free. But due to your fiance being from Philippines the story could be totally different.

Good point, thanks

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Her Canadian work visa and any evidence she will return to Canada (employer letter, bills, lease etc) will help her cross the boarder.  Double check if she needs a US visa. 


You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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39 minutes ago, NikLR said:

Her Canadian work visa and any evidence she will return to Canada (employer letter, bills, lease etc) will help her cross the boarder.  Double check if she needs a US visa. 

Good idea, we'll get a letter from her employer.

 

She has a US tourist visa.

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