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I am from USA and have been talking to a venezuelan women for 3 years and I want to meet her and eventually marry her. The only issue is her passport is expired and I do not want to travel to venezuela to meet her and would rather meet in a different country. But is this possible if she has an expired passport. Also when I want to marry her, will I have to wait until the passport renews. She has applied for a new passport but it can take years

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2 minutes ago, Spann31 said:

Hi,

I am from USA and have been talking to a venezuelan women for 3 years and I want to meet her and eventually marry her. The only issue is her passport is expired and I do not want to travel to venezuela to meet her and would rather meet in a different country. But is this possible if she has an expired passport. Also when I want to marry her, will I have to wait until the passport renews. She has applied for a new passport but it can take years

This is a US immigration site .. just wondering .. what is  your question regarding immigration ? 

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10 minutes ago, Spann31 said:

But is this possible if she has an expired passport.

She cannot travel with an expired passport

 

10 minutes ago, Spann31 said:

Also when I want to marry her, will I have to wait until the passport renews.

You can marry her in Venezuela and she can interview when she has a passport.

 


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7 minutes ago, Spann31 said:

But is this possible if she has an expired passport.

Doubtful she will be able to board a plane to fly outside of her country with an expired passport.

 

16 minutes ago, Spann31 said:

I do not want to travel to venezuela to meet her and would rather meet in a different country.

Depending on the 3rd country, she may need a valid visa to enter....placed in a valid passport.


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She won't be able to travel on an expired passport, she won't be let on the plane when they check her travel documents. It is in your best interest not to travel to Venezuela at the moment. Unless you have a security detail set up, it's pretty bad there. See this link

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/venezuela-travel-advisory.html

 

I have turned down some very lucrative job opportunities in the private security sector, so when I won't even go there it's pretty bad. I have friends doing executive security cleaning house there, and they have some very fat bank accounts, and I hope they are able to spend the money.

 

Why does it take so long to get a passport renewed? I am assuming because the government is in a shambles, and I doubt anyone is working, or working very willingly. I am not sure what you can do. You only have to meet in person once within 2 years to file a K1. Maybe she can meet you at the airport after customs clearance and you get the stamp on your passport, then don't leave the airport, and catch the next flight back, then you can file. But she will still need a valid passport down the line in 6-8 months for the US Visa

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2 minutes ago, Cg2008 said:

Why don’t you want to go to her home country ? 

Check out the travel warning advisory going on right now:

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/traveladvisories/traveladvisories/venezuela-travel-advisory.html


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Meet her in Brazil, she can go there with an ID card, no passport needed, and Americans don't even need visas to visit Brazil as of June 17 2019.  I have been to Brazil 9 times to visit my now husband.  There are amazing beaches and romantic resorts that are very affordable and the food is incredible.  Good luck!

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8 hours ago, carmel34 said:

Meet her in Brazil, she can go there with an ID card, no passport needed, and Americans don't even need visas to visit Brazil as of June 17 2019.  I have been to Brazil 9 times to visit my now husband.  There are amazing beaches and romantic resorts that are very affordable and the food is incredible.  Good luck!

That sounds like a good idea. Can she take a plane to brazil with just an i.d card?

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