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Hei guys! To give you a little background: i ( from Romania) have been in the US twice on a j1 visa in 2018 and 2019. I met my husband in 2018 and in September 2019 we got married in the US. We are currently long distance because I have 1 year left of university and would like to finish it and then move to the US to be with him, so I would like to surprise him and visit for a week. Do you guys think I have any chance of getting the visitor visa? I am currently in my 3rd year of school with another one to go, never overstayed my previous visas, have a lease for my apartment till the summer too. We plan to apply for cr1 sometime in the summer or fall this year and i am concerned that if my visitor visa gets denied that would be bad for our marriage based visa. I am not sure if this proves enough ties so should i shoot my shot? 
 

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4 minutes ago, PaulaUrsu said:

Hei guys! To give you a little background: i ( from Romania) have been in the US twice on a j1 visa in 2018 and 2019. I met my husband in 2018 and in September 2019 we got married in the US. We are currently long distance because I have 1 year left of university and would like to finish it and then move to the US to be with him, so I would like to surprise him and visit for a week. Do you guys think I have any chance of getting the visitor visa? I am currently in my 3rd year of school with another one to go, never overstayed my previous visas, have a lease for my apartment till the summer too. We plan to apply for cr1 sometime in the summer or fall this year and i am concerned that if my visitor visa gets denied that would be bad for our marriage based visa. I am not sure if this proves enough ties so should i shoot my shot? 
 

You can certainly apply for a visitor visa.  If denied, it will not impact a future CR-1.

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