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Loida and Ed

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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from mounir412 in i need help fast my wife want to divorce me only because i dont want be Christians   
    LOL... exactly my thoughts...
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from mickeymousedd in so is there any way out.   
    Actually, It sounds like a legitimate question and not a pre-cursor to any feelings being felt in advance of a fiancee coming over.
    Sort of like the cold feet syndrome many go thru in marriage, their is that sliver of doubt that passes through ones mind. I'm sure whether we admit it or not publicly or privately, most if not all of us have thought the question
    of what would be the repercussions should this be a well orchestrated ploy such as what others have unknowingly fallen into.
    With the same thoughts in mind though, we also have to step backwards and look towards the "other side of the fence" and that is of the person coming here. For those already living stateside... Change places for a moment... Imagine having to uproot from everything familiar to you, say goodbye to friends and family, and going to a place where your unfamiliar, with your life packed into suitcases only, and hoping that those words that stoked the mind with dreams of a better life with someone you fell deeply in love with might easily be shattered by realizing (in after thought) that the person whom sponsored you, misrepresented himself.
    This can be a two way street, so obviously their should be avenues to follow which allow safe passage and that continued plan for a better life.
    The chats, the emails, the visits, the emotions, the "everything" about relationships and one that can continue thru thick and thin weight heavily on both those here and those there.
    I dont think I have seen 'thread resources" out here that represent a type of "flow charted" answers to the different scenarios to which it may come to be.
    I personally dont think their should be one either as it can open up a Pandora's box which allow others predefined answers on how and what to do / say to get their way
    For all of us, were just hoping that it works out. We pray we make the right choice in our partner, and we have faith in one another thru the words, and acts already exhibited in the relationship prior to making this final
    commitment.
    I guess their is no real single answer or booklet for this... it's all so non-linear, just like life is
    Sorry if i got so psychological on the answer, and for you to have read this to see i didnt give an answer to your question..
    For all of us ready , and want to commit , we "dance the dance" and take the chance its the right choice
    ed
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from indiana_sweetie in so is there any way out.   
    Actually, It sounds like a legitimate question and not a pre-cursor to any feelings being felt in advance of a fiancee coming over.
    Sort of like the cold feet syndrome many go thru in marriage, their is that sliver of doubt that passes through ones mind. I'm sure whether we admit it or not publicly or privately, most if not all of us have thought the question
    of what would be the repercussions should this be a well orchestrated ploy such as what others have unknowingly fallen into.
    With the same thoughts in mind though, we also have to step backwards and look towards the "other side of the fence" and that is of the person coming here. For those already living stateside... Change places for a moment... Imagine having to uproot from everything familiar to you, say goodbye to friends and family, and going to a place where your unfamiliar, with your life packed into suitcases only, and hoping that those words that stoked the mind with dreams of a better life with someone you fell deeply in love with might easily be shattered by realizing (in after thought) that the person whom sponsored you, misrepresented himself.
    This can be a two way street, so obviously their should be avenues to follow which allow safe passage and that continued plan for a better life.
    The chats, the emails, the visits, the emotions, the "everything" about relationships and one that can continue thru thick and thin weight heavily on both those here and those there.
    I dont think I have seen 'thread resources" out here that represent a type of "flow charted" answers to the different scenarios to which it may come to be.
    I personally dont think their should be one either as it can open up a Pandora's box which allow others predefined answers on how and what to do / say to get their way
    For all of us, were just hoping that it works out. We pray we make the right choice in our partner, and we have faith in one another thru the words, and acts already exhibited in the relationship prior to making this final
    commitment.
    I guess their is no real single answer or booklet for this... it's all so non-linear, just like life is
    Sorry if i got so psychological on the answer, and for you to have read this to see i didnt give an answer to your question..
    For all of us ready , and want to commit , we "dance the dance" and take the chance its the right choice
    ed
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from WORMIEVADER in so is there any way out.   
    Actually, It sounds like a legitimate question and not a pre-cursor to any feelings being felt in advance of a fiancee coming over.
    Sort of like the cold feet syndrome many go thru in marriage, their is that sliver of doubt that passes through ones mind. I'm sure whether we admit it or not publicly or privately, most if not all of us have thought the question
    of what would be the repercussions should this be a well orchestrated ploy such as what others have unknowingly fallen into.
    With the same thoughts in mind though, we also have to step backwards and look towards the "other side of the fence" and that is of the person coming here. For those already living stateside... Change places for a moment... Imagine having to uproot from everything familiar to you, say goodbye to friends and family, and going to a place where your unfamiliar, with your life packed into suitcases only, and hoping that those words that stoked the mind with dreams of a better life with someone you fell deeply in love with might easily be shattered by realizing (in after thought) that the person whom sponsored you, misrepresented himself.
    This can be a two way street, so obviously their should be avenues to follow which allow safe passage and that continued plan for a better life.
    The chats, the emails, the visits, the emotions, the "everything" about relationships and one that can continue thru thick and thin weight heavily on both those here and those there.
    I dont think I have seen 'thread resources" out here that represent a type of "flow charted" answers to the different scenarios to which it may come to be.
    I personally dont think their should be one either as it can open up a Pandora's box which allow others predefined answers on how and what to do / say to get their way
    For all of us, were just hoping that it works out. We pray we make the right choice in our partner, and we have faith in one another thru the words, and acts already exhibited in the relationship prior to making this final
    commitment.
    I guess their is no real single answer or booklet for this... it's all so non-linear, just like life is
    Sorry if i got so psychological on the answer, and for you to have read this to see i didnt give an answer to your question..
    For all of us ready , and want to commit , we "dance the dance" and take the chance its the right choice
    ed
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from Bumbero in so is there any way out.   
    Actually, It sounds like a legitimate question and not a pre-cursor to any feelings being felt in advance of a fiancee coming over.
    Sort of like the cold feet syndrome many go thru in marriage, their is that sliver of doubt that passes through ones mind. I'm sure whether we admit it or not publicly or privately, most if not all of us have thought the question
    of what would be the repercussions should this be a well orchestrated ploy such as what others have unknowingly fallen into.
    With the same thoughts in mind though, we also have to step backwards and look towards the "other side of the fence" and that is of the person coming here. For those already living stateside... Change places for a moment... Imagine having to uproot from everything familiar to you, say goodbye to friends and family, and going to a place where your unfamiliar, with your life packed into suitcases only, and hoping that those words that stoked the mind with dreams of a better life with someone you fell deeply in love with might easily be shattered by realizing (in after thought) that the person whom sponsored you, misrepresented himself.
    This can be a two way street, so obviously their should be avenues to follow which allow safe passage and that continued plan for a better life.
    The chats, the emails, the visits, the emotions, the "everything" about relationships and one that can continue thru thick and thin weight heavily on both those here and those there.
    I dont think I have seen 'thread resources" out here that represent a type of "flow charted" answers to the different scenarios to which it may come to be.
    I personally dont think their should be one either as it can open up a Pandora's box which allow others predefined answers on how and what to do / say to get their way
    For all of us, were just hoping that it works out. We pray we make the right choice in our partner, and we have faith in one another thru the words, and acts already exhibited in the relationship prior to making this final
    commitment.
    I guess their is no real single answer or booklet for this... it's all so non-linear, just like life is
    Sorry if i got so psychological on the answer, and for you to have read this to see i didnt give an answer to your question..
    For all of us ready , and want to commit , we "dance the dance" and take the chance its the right choice
    ed
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from beejay in MNL Case Number... Should we wait now ?   
    update: Passports in hand Yahhhhhhhhh Medical and Interview schedule time
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from litlmina in I-129F Denied :(   
    M J
    we all make errors... but we also do good... finding Visa Journey is your "good" ... Theres a wealth of info at your fingertips here. Start reviewing the site, the forums, the Portals, and eventually ( with time spent) you will get that grasp on all u need to do... Lots of people to help you all along... Sorry for your delay... Rule #1... Never figure... Its the government agencies you will be dealing with, they need everyhthing exacting
    best of Luck to you... will anxiously wait an see how fast u progress on here
    Ed of ( Ed & Loida)
    PS... when people send u links instead of answers, dont be mad to them... the answers there , and other answers to questions you will have too... ( I speak from experience) >>>
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from Ivie & Eguagie in Have our NVC MNL Case Number !!!   
    This is good... very good... :)
    I think I can start some processing and scheduling now for the embassy :)
    "their is a light at the end of the tunnel"
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    Loida and Ed reacted to happyblessedme in K-2 Visa   
    Go to a public lawyer and have an affidavit of Explanation. Been there done that.
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from SunnySanDiego in 24 hours from now...   
    After a hard day at work, its real nice and refreshing to see this post. The trials we all go through are worth it. We wish you well on your Journey... Nothing but Best Wishes for both your futures Congrats !
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    Loida and Ed got a reaction from Austramerican in 24 hours from now...   
    After a hard day at work, its real nice and refreshing to see this post. The trials we all go through are worth it. We wish you well on your Journey... Nothing but Best Wishes for both your futures Congrats !
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    Loida and Ed reacted to jeanb84 in K2 to follow   
    My kids are still in the Philippines and I am working on their documents so I can bring them here in the U.S before 1 year of my visa issuance. They will be under K2 to follow. I am annulled and my kids are living with me since my ex husband and I separated 5 years ago. I have not hear from the father of my kids for 5 years now. On my annulment decree it does not state there anything about my kids legal custody.
    My questions are:
    1. Can I bring my kids here in the U.S without their father's consent since he is nowhere to be found and cannot be contacted.
    2. Will I have any problem at the airport immigration on the day of my kids flight to the U.S
    Hoping for your advices Vjers.
    Thank you
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