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Cuban Adjustment Act and K1

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58 minutes ago, Mike2019 said:

Does Cuban Adjustment Act applies to beneficiaries entering to US using K1 visas?

Why would it even come into play?  In order to file the I-485 under the CAA, you have to have been physically present in the US for at least a year prior to filing.  You can file the same I-485 under the K-1 as soon as you get married (and receive the marriage certificate) -- much sooner than under the CAA.

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18 minutes ago, jan22 said:

Why would it even come into play?  In order to file the I-485 under the CAA, you have to have been physically present in the US for at least a year prior to filing.  You can file the same I-485 under the K-1 as soon as you get married (and receive the marriage certificate) -- much sooner than under the CAA.

To avoid marriage... and low income requirements, and others...

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7 minutes ago, Mike2019 said:

To avoid marriage... and low income requirements, and others...

So, you are saying you would apply for a K-1 vIsa to circumvent US immigrant visa requirements and just get any visa to get you into the US?  But you have no intention of getting married?  You would then stay illegally for a year until you could apply under the CAA?  That would all be major visa fraud -- if caught in the series of lies it would take, you would very likely be permanently banned from the US.

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