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Hi guys

 

Quick question

Can I travel to the USA while my process is running?

Husband is in the USA (citizen) and I'm in London. 

Our I-130 hasn't been submitted yet, but when we do it's going to be the consular  option. 

I have a B1-B2 visa, I don't intend to stay, just to visit him every month or every other month.

 

Is that possible? Is it problematic?

Thanks a lot 

LS

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It’s possible. Very much so. The issue currently is finding a flight that is operating. You will have to quarantine in the UK when you return for 14 days. You can’t even go out to work in that time. Might not be an issue if you can work from home.


 

 

 

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so UK folks are not subjected to Proclamation 9984 ? 


I-485 Accepted: 05 Feb 2020 

I-485 check accepted: 05 Feb 2020

I-485 NOA Received: 10 Feb 2020

I-765/I-131: 13 Feb 2020 Mailed

I-765-I-131 Accepted: 20 Feb 2020

I-765/I-131 NOA Received in Mail : 28 Feb 2020

I-765 & I-131 Approved : 28 May 2020

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22 minutes ago, JFH said:

It’s possible. Very much so. The issue currently is finding a flight that is operating. You will have to quarantine in the UK when you return for 14 days. You can’t even go out to work in that time. Might not be an issue if you can work from home.

Hi JFH 

Thanks for your reply. 

 

Yeah I am aware that I'll have to quarantine for 14 days in the USA and another 14 days on my return...

 

I was more concerned on the officers not allowing my entry cuz I'll  be having a running I-130....

 

Thanks 

LS

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29 minutes ago, James120383 said:

so UK folks are not subjected to Proclamation 9984 ? 

Spouses of USCs are excluded. 


 

 

 

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18 minutes ago, LunaSky said:

Hi JFH 

Thanks for your reply. 

 

Yeah I am aware that I'll have to quarantine for 14 days in the USA and another 14 days on my return...

 

I was more concerned on the officers not allowing my entry cuz I'll  be having a running I-130....

 

Thanks 

LS

I visited multiple times whilst waiting for my I-130 to be approved. No issue at all.


 

 

 

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5 minutes ago, JFH said:

I visited multiple times whilst waiting for my I-130 to be approved. No issue at all.

Fantastic news... many thanks. 

Do I need to carry any extra docs to support that I won't be staying?

 

LS xxx 

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11 minutes ago, LunaSky said:

Fantastic news... many thanks. 

Do I need to carry any extra docs to support that I won't be staying?

 

LS xxx 

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26 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Did you notice the long pinned thread on this subject at the top of the topics list?

Tried to edit that to say, "What happened to the long......?"


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11 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Tried to edit that to say, "What happened to the long......?"

Moved forums?

 

 


YMMV

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58 minutes ago, pushbrk said:

Did you notice the long pinned thread on this subject at the top of the topics list?

Pushbrk 

Apologies if my question was a repetitive one.

I did try and search before I asked the question, but couldn't find what I was looking for, plus I'm new on here.

Once more my apologies 

 

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23 minutes ago, payxibka said:

Moved forums?

 

 

Michele and Adam 

Thanks you so much for your sharing...

It made the whole experience incredibly clear.

Thank you so so much.

LS 

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Hi, 

i just flew over all the answers here.

but i just recently read in a facebook group that you would need sufficient proof of ties to the UK like job or paying rent etc and maybe your marriage certificate And you should be good to go.

that person had absolutely no problem in crossing the border when landed in the US 😊

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