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Bjorn&lyne

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About Bjorn&lyne

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  • Birthday July 15
  • Member # 194903

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  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Manila

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    Saint Albans VT
  • Country
    Philippines
  • Our Story
    Our distance between our hearts is not an obstacle but rather a great reminder of just how strong true love can be. I can't wait to be with him forever.

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  1. I have read online that being on K1 status means getting a conditional 2-year Green Card. As conflicting information, I have also read that some K1 visa holders instead get a 10-year Green Card. To me, it makes sense if all K1 approvals lead to a conditional 2-year Green Card. However, a close friend of mine arriving on a K1 and thus married significantly less than 2 years when she applied for AoS recently received a 10-year Green Card instead of a conditional Green Card. Is there any consistency within the USCIS who receives a conditional 2-year Green Card or a 10-year Green Card for individuals on K1 status? We were just today notified electronically that our I-485 is approved so we still awaiting the actual physical card in the mail at the time of this writing. Thus, I am curious how the USCIS decides who receives a 2-year conditional vs a 10-year Green card when on K1 and married less than 2 years at the time of filing for AoS.
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