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My fiances k1 visa 90 days are nearly up. I'm wondering what is the proof that shes here legally? Since we filed the AOS nearly a month ago. And all we received was a NOA and a biometrics appointment. What would we show if we are questioned by let's say cbp at a checkpoint? Thank you. 

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7 minutes ago, Pablito said:

My fiances k1 visa 90 days are nearly up. I'm wondering what is the proof that shes here legally? Since we filed the AOS nearly a month ago. And all we received was a NOA and a biometrics appointment. What would we show if we are questioned by let's say cbp at a checkpoint? Thank you. 

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The NOA1 for AOS is proof of her legal status. But don't you mean "wife"? You referred to her as your fiance, but you are supposed to marry within the 90 days and then file AOS. Just want to clarify.

 

Make sure she doesn't leave the country. 

 


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22 minutes ago, Pablito said:

What would we show if we are questioned by let's say cbp at a checkpoint?

The NOA1. She has "authorized stay" allowed by the US Attorney General.

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1 hour ago, Pablito said:

 What would we show if we are questioned by let's say cbp at a checkpoint? Thank you. 

Here is an excellent thread about documentation and CBP checkpoints from T-bone:

https://www.visajourney.com/forums/topic/562879-cbp-at-tsa-airport-checkpoints-why-theyre-there-how-best-to-handle/

It mentions airports and mobile checkpoints and tips on required documentation when doing AOS.

 

Good luck on your immigration journey.


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