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8 minutes ago, Lnvall said:

Good to hear! So it wont be 12 month? (If everything ok with case)

And keep in mind that start to finish (petition filing to POE) will likely take 8-12 months anyway.

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OP, welcome to VJ! I am from Germany, but with a Hungarian last name :)

 

I have a question for you. Have you considered visiting your fiance in the U.S. before permanently moving here? As a Hungarian citizen, you are in the fortunate position that you can visit the U.S. with just your passport and no visa required (it's called Visa Waiver Program). How about flying to America with him in November and spending Thanksgiving and/or Christmas together? Not only would that make for great evidence of the relationship, but you would actually SEE for yourself what you're about to get into. It's very different over here than it is in Europe. The visa costs a good chunk of change. Whether you file in November or not has no bearing on this. See it for yourself first and create relationship evidence by doing so.

 

Just a friendly piece of advice from someone who almost moved back home...

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44 minutes ago, coloradoman said:

OP, welcome to VJ! I am from Germany, but with a Hungarian last name :)

 

I have a question for you. Have you considered visiting your fiance in the U.S. before permanently moving here? As a Hungarian citizen, you are in the fortunate position that you can visit the U.S. with just your passport and no visa required (it's called Visa Waiver Program). How about flying to America with him in November and spending Thanksgiving and/or Christmas together? Not only would that make for great evidence of the relationship, but you would actually SEE for yourself what you're about to get into. It's very different over here than it is in Europe. The visa costs a good chunk of change. Whether you file in November or not has no bearing on this. See it for yourself first and create relationship evidence by doing so.

 

Just a friendly piece of advice from someone who almost moved back home...

This is a great idea 


 

 

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You have a VWP .. go USA and take land mark pictures together to strengthen your K1 visa petition.  Also it tells the US CO that you entered USA, left voluntarily and did not over stay = good character.

 

This will greatly strengthen your k1 I bet.

 

Visa aside, many people come usa, have great visa picture weddings etc, only to find out 1-2 yrs later... dont like the place, dont like the person and divorce.   So on the emotional side... it is the real part.. Do you know your spouse enough?


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5/20/2019 - I129 Submitted

5/22/19 - NOA1

 

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6 hours ago, coloradoman said:

OP, welcome to VJ! I am from Germany, but with a Hungarian last name :)

 

I have a question for you. Have you considered visiting your fiance in the U.S. before permanently moving here? As a Hungarian citizen, you are in the fortunate position that you can visit the U.S. with just your passport and no visa required (it's called Visa Waiver Program). How about flying to America with him in November and spending Thanksgiving and/or Christmas together? Not only would that make for great evidence of the relationship, but you would actually SEE for yourself what you're about to get into. It's very different over here than it is in Europe. The visa costs a good chunk of change. Whether you file in November or not has no bearing on this. See it for yourself first and create relationship evidence by doing so.

 

Just a friendly piece of advice from someone who almost moved back home...

Thank you! :)

 

unfortunately for some reasons i cant do it now. :( (job, etc)

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On 9/10/2019 at 9:55 PM, afrocraft said:

It's not the "knowing" that I doubt. I sense OP's feelings are legit. It's the ability to prove what you know in your heart is real.

 

Please clarify your timelines: Chat for 4 months, meet once, then apply?

I agree. I visited three times between when i filed and his interview, then once after interview and before POE.

We started talking early November. We met mid/late Februrary, then filed end of February. NOA1 was beginning of March.


NOA1 New Site: March 6th, 2018

NOA2: Sept 12th, 2018

Case # available as well as case leaving NVC both on Oct 1st, 2018

Embassy received on Oct 2nd, 2018

Medical Appointment Oct 12th, 2018

Interview at Ankara Embassy on Oct 22nd, 2018 - APPROVED!

POE San Fransisco on Dec 1st, 2018

Married Dec 10th, 2018

NOA for I-485/765/131 Feb 1st, 2019

Interview for I-485 June 19th, 2019 - APPROVED! (Interview was before we received Work Auth Card!)

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44 minutes ago, <3T&M<3 said:

I agree. I visited three times between when i filed and his interview, then once after interview and before POE.

We started talking early November. We met mid/late Februrary, then filed end of February. NOA1 was beginning of March.

We spent the whole summer together, meeting every week average 1-3 times.

 

Maybe we can meet months after we file the petition. We planning he comes.

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