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Hi, my name is Chris, I live with my American wife in Holland.

USCIS approved our case very quickly and we are ready to start the NVC process.

My wife is a bit concerned about moving now.

We would like to move to her hometown, Austin, TX.

I am a software engineer and for sure I would have no problem to find a job, while she would like to be back being a teacher or working in the NGO field.

Our concern is more about the health insurance until I find a job.

Sure the economy now is not the best after the Corona virus.

Do you think we should move soon or wait to file the documents and move around Spring 2021?

Thanks

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Presumably you want to move to tie in with the school year?

 

IT covers such a wide range, some people I know are hurting others super busy. Immigration is a qualifying event to buy Insurance through the Exchange.


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On 5/9/2020 at 6:27 PM, YellowDuneBuggy said:

Hi, my name is Chris, I live with my American wife in Holland.

USCIS approved our case very quickly and we are ready to start the NVC process.

My wife is a bit concerned about moving now.

We would like to move to her hometown, Austin, TX.

I am a software engineer and for sure I would have no problem to find a job, while she would like to be back being a teacher or working in the NGO field.

Our concern is more about the health insurance until I find a job.

Sure the economy now is not the best after the Corona virus.

Do you think we should move soon or wait to file the documents and move around Spring 2021?

Thanks

Don’t let coronavirus stop you. The recovery may take years, but it’s a global pandemic so every country is suffering.  You should continue with you case, move as early as you can and start the life here. 


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On 5/10/2020 at 12:27 AM, YellowDuneBuggy said:

Hi, my name is Chris, I live with my American wife in Holland.

USCIS approved our case very quickly and we are ready to start the NVC process.

My wife is a bit concerned about moving now.

We would like to move to her hometown, Austin, TX.

I am a software engineer and for sure I would have no problem to find a job, while she would like to be back being a teacher or working in the NGO field.

Our concern is more about the health insurance until I find a job.

Sure the economy now is not the best after the Corona virus.

Do you think we should move soon or wait to file the documents and move around Spring 2021?

Thanks

Hi Chris, also living in Holland and in the same process. I think if you submit your documents to the NVC it will still be several months before they are approved, then a month or two before the interview, and then about a month before the visa is issued. And then the visa is still vaiid for 6 months from the time of issuance. So if you start now, you could still have a Spring 2021 move. 

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