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I've been talking with my fiance for about 4 years My American Fiancé will come the coming 10 Sep for one month and it's going to be her first realface time with me Is that enough facetime?  . We do have an age gap. I'm 12 years younger than her . I am 33 she's 45.  We talk everyday but from what I"m reading that might not be enough as chat evidence is weak for proof of relationship ( we use Facebook , Gmail , Whats app , skype ) also i have eveything as proofs , should we proceed to the K1 visa cause my fiancé work so hard and she will not have the time  to come back for a visit

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Just now, ManefMelissa said:

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One visit is enough for the petition., however, while nobody can say for sure,  one visit likely won't be enough for the consulate 


YMMV

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2 minutes ago, payxibka said:

One visit is enough for the petition., however, while nobody can say for sure,  one visit likely won't be enough for the consulate 

like I said, my fiance can't be visited again, but we can make a lawyer for example ?It's would help us ?

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2 minutes ago, ManefMelissa said:

like I said, my fiance can't be visited again, but we can make a lawyer for example ?It's would help us ?

Lawyer cannot change facts and magically make an otherwise unprovable application approvable. 

 

You won't know what will happen unless you try.  Just understand that your single visit and  lack of facetime may be a hurdle 


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4 minutes ago, ManefMelissa said:

like I said, my fiance can't be visited again, but we can make a lawyer for example ?It's would help us ?

What would a lawyer do? Your fiancé has to visit you more if you want to be approved for the visa. Bringing someone in from overseas is a very costly and time-consuming process. If she can’t afford or does not have the time to visit then a long-distance relationship is perhaps not something she should be pursuing. 


 

 

 

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1 minute ago, JFH said:

There are plenty of classic red flags here - male MENA beneficiary with older USC petitioner, plans to immigrate before they have even met face to face, and getting engaged on the first visit and filing immediately after. Whilst it meets the requirements for approval of the petition, being approved for the visa is a whole other issue. 

 

By the way, you don’t have any “proof” of your relationship. You have evidence ( very weak). The only way to “prove” a relationship is real is to read someone’s thoughts. And that’s not possible. 

Thanks but i have all the emails and the facebook etc printed chat also im not young i have 33 years and we know each others since 4 years ago we have talked about the engagement,nt since years 

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1 minute ago, JFH said:

What would a lawyer do? Your fiancé has to visit you more if you want to be approved for the visa. Bringing someone in from overseas is a very costly and time-consuming process. If she can’t afford or does not have the time to visit then a long-distance relationship is perhaps not something she should be pursuing. 

I will bring her to live with me here in Tunisia ;)

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Just now, ManefMelissa said:

Thanks but i have all the emails and the facebook etc printed chat also im not young i have 33 years and we know each others since 4 years ago we have talked about the engagement,nt since years 

Are you not reading what we are saying? The embassy wants to see a LOT more than a bunch  of emails and Facebook chats. They want to see visits, time spent together, and LOTS of it. You already have the classic hallmarks of a case that’s easy to deny. Why are you wanting to make the denial even easier? 


 

 

 

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1 minute ago, JFH said:

Are you not reading what we are saying? The embassy wants to see a LOT more than a bunch  of emails and Facebook chats. They want to see visits, time spent together, and LOTS of it. You already have the classic hallmarks of a case that’s easy to deny. Why are you wanting to make the denial even easier? 

What should i do then ?

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