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4 minutes ago, MB and MG said:

Are there people applying here in the Phils for K1 visa got approved though has met his US fianceè or fiance once?

I just want to know the sucess rate.

 

Thanks in advance

Yes it has happened but everyone's facts and circumstances are unique.  Past results is not an indication of future success 


YMMV

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10 minutes ago, MB and MG said:

Are there people applying here in the Phils for K1 visa got approved though has met his US fianceè or fiance once?

I just want to know the sucess rate.

 

Thanks in advance

Most do but your evidence needs to be strong to avoid any problems. 


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1 hour ago, MB and MG said:

Are there people applying here in the Phils for K1 visa got approved though has met his US fianceè or fiance once?

I just want to know the sucess rate.

 

Thanks in advance

Majority only meet once before pursuing the visa process.   Those with a genuine relationships don't have issues.

 

You will need strong relationship evidence, make sure your fiancee knows all about you, and you maintain chat logs, etc.   Also make sure your fiancee has a copy of the I-129f that was sent to USCIS, the BIO page info on you will be very helpful.

 

 


Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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Only met my fiance once. been approved for k1 after 4 months of application..been here in the US..also approved for aos after 3 months..just make sure you have strong evidence as hank and greenbaum mentioned..boarding pass, pictures with dates on it..we submitted a picture with a date in the actual picture because it was taken in boracay, they make sandcastles in boracay with date on it..chat logs..hotel receipt where we both stayed when he was here etc

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Thank you all for your reply.  We got the NOA2 already. Just waiting for NVC and for the USEM to receive receive our paperworks. 

Just getting nervous with the interview as we only met once..Its just difficult to get a vacation leave from work. No other red flags aside from that and that we got engaged after 3 months of talking.  

 

Hope everything turns out okay.😊

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7 hours ago, MB and MG said:

Thank you all for your reply.  We got the NOA2 already. Just waiting for NVC and for the USEM to receive receive our paperworks. 

Just getting nervous with the interview as we only met once..Its just difficult to get a vacation leave from work. No other red flags aside from that and that we got engaged after 3 months of talking.  

 

Hope everything turns out okay.😊

Everything will be just fine IF you have a genuine relationship and your fiancee knows you well.     

 

I had only met my wife one time before filing for the K-1  ... heck she has been a USC for years now.  ;)     As stated many times .. MOST only meet in person one time before filing the I-129f.

 

Stop fretting on this!

 

Here are a few links for you, now that you have your NOA2.

 

How to get your MNL# by letter/email from NVC (need this for the medical at St. Luke's) .   Once you get the email from NVC forward that to your fiancee in the Philippines. 

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/nvc.html

 

A guide to the visa process in the Philippines:

 

https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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Hank

"Chance Favors The Prepared Mind"

 

 

HandArrow.gif       Visa Process at USEM for the Philippines;  https://www.visaconnection-philippines.com/us-embassy-usem.html

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