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Is there anyChances of getting Fiancé visa rejected if I am staying in the US for over 4 months with a valid visa?

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Hi Guys

 

I am currently in the US on a visitor visa staying with my Fiancé and trying to help to recover from a surgery which she got in May 2019 and its been close to 3 months I am staying with her. I wanted to ask if and when I go for k1 visa interview and will staying in the US for 3 months with my Fiance create any chances of getting the Fiancé visa being rejected. 

 

Looking forward to some help from all the members.

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No issue as long as you are within the stay terms of the visa. Make sure you say you are there to emotionally support her as a fiancee; taking care of someone walks the fine line of "work".


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Posted (edited)

Its a little unclear, but when does your B2 visa expire?  Usually you only get 90 days.  As long as you leave before your visa expires then there is no problem.

 

A visa overstay will look very very bad.  

 

If you're close to your B2 expiring you can submit a form to extend it.  Use form I-539  Costs $375 + $85 biometric fee.

Edited by visafrompa

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6 minutes ago, visafrompa said:

Its a little unclear, but when does your B2 visa expire?  Usually you only get 90 days.  As long as you leave before your visa expires then there is no problem.

 

A visa overstay will look very very bad.  

 

If you're close to your B2 expiring you can submit a form to extend it.  Use form I-539  Costs $375 + $85 biometric fee.

90 days for countries that use the visa waiver program. Regular b1/b2 get 6 months stay usually. 

 

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3 hours ago, visafrompa said:

Its a little unclear, but when does your B2 visa expire?  Usually you only get 90 days.  As long as you leave before your visa expires then there is no problem.

Normally it is a 6 month entry.

Edited by Jorgedig

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