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Meg&Andrew

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About Meg&Andrew

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Profile Information

  • Gender
    Female
  • City
    Church Hill
  • State
    Tennessee

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    Adjustment of Status (approved)
  • Local Office
    Greer SC
  • Country
    Saudi Arabia
  • Our Story
    Met my love three years ago. We met on a game on the ps4, and I have loved him ever since. We started out as friends, and we were both in relationships. I was with the father of my children, and Andrew came along and showed me that I deserved so much more. (It was a bad situation I was in) Now that I've been with him, I can look back and say it has been the best thing that's happened to me, besides having my children. He lives in Saudi, but he's Filipino. The distance is so hard at times. I've gone to visit him a few times, but it's not possible for me to go to Saudi. So we instead spend time in Bahrain. I had considered moving there, but with 4 small kids it just can't happen right now. I can't leave my babies, and unfortunately their dad wouldn't allow me to take them to another country. So this is why we decided to start the process of the k1! I can't wait to have my love, and my children all together under one roof.

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  1. What exactly is the Fraud? He is coming in on a business visa to help with his sisters business, along with visiting his family. I don't see that he is committing fraud. If we are comitting fraud in any way, please let me know. We aren't trying to hide, or misrepresent any facts. Especially to the POE officer. My main worry was if it would be an issue for him to travel to another country on a business visa, while residing in the US and still having to go through ROC.
  2. OK just want to make sure we won't have any issues returning. Thank you.
  3. Hi everyone! My husband and I are soon flying to Bahrain for a trip to see his parents. This is our first time seeing his family since he left to come to the US. Also, their first time meeting their only grandchild as well. We can't go to Saudi , so this was the only place we can go. Unfortunately my husband isn't a US citizen yet, and has a Philippines passport. For this reason he can't get a visors visa to Bahrain like my son and I can. His sister owns a business in Bahrain and was able to get him a business visa to come there. It was quite expensive and she had to put down around 3000 BD (about 7900 USD) that is refundable as long as he leaves when he is supposed to. He is an accountant, so she plans on having him do some work while we are there. Just looking at the books and helping any way he can. He won't be compensated for any of it. My question is will we receive any scrutiny for him having a business visa traveling there? We intend to be 100% honest with POE officers in letting them know this was the only way he could see his family, and that he does plan on helping with the business while we are there. Any advice would be appreciated.
  4. Meg&Andrew

    Philipina married to an American US Army Applying B2 Visa

    Wasn't trying to imply anything to do with trump. Just tightening up on immigration.
  5. Meg&Andrew

    Philipina married to an American US Army Applying B2 Visa

    You never know until you try. No one here can say you won't get a tourist visa. It's up to the CO. While you dont have strong ties, you have more than some others I've seen approved. Then again that was before Trump. Either way, you dont know until you try. Also, I don't see what the big deal is about the fact that you don't want to go to the USA right now. It's your life, your marriage. Whatever works for you.
  6. I'm confused as to why you didn't go to him in the first place. You say it's because you didn't want to live with his parents, but you must've known he lived with his parents prior to your flight coming to the US. Not to mention, you didn't even give it a chance. I know if I loved my husband, and wanted to be with him, I couldn't imagine letting something like that stop us from being together. At least trying. As far as the visa coming here with your parents and sister, well that takes a lot of time. Not nearly as fast as coming on a IR1 or CR1. You need an immigration attorney. One that is knowledgeable in immigration.
  7. My husband is Filipino and we went through the embassy in Riyadh. If you have any questions about the embassy message me. We had a great experience as far as the interview goes, but not so good with the embassy before hand. They lost our case and we had a terrible time contacting them. They don't want to answer emails. Hopefully their communication has gotten better since.
  8. Meg&Andrew

    Cancel K1 Visa

    That doesn't mean that he/she doesn't have dual citizenship. Or even could have ties to MENA countries
  9. Meg&Andrew

    Cancel K1 Visa

    Sounds to me like this may be the issue. OP travels to US on ESTA no issues OP files k1 visa OP continues to visit fiance until case is approved by USCIS OP tries to comes to US and is denied Esta based on the fact that they believe there's intent OP applies for B2 B2 put into AP because OP is from a MENA country OP goes to k1 interview and put into AP for same reason as B2
  10. If youre coming here for emotional support, unfortunately you're not going to get it at VJ. With that being said, hire an attorney and get a divorce.
  11. OK first, calm down. There's nothing wrong with laughing a little. Secondly, you plainly said "We were planning on filing for my AOS before his arrest. Is there a way forward for my immigration" Hence the confusion. What visa is your friend here on?
  12. If I'm reading it right, I think that the OPs joint sponsor is currently in Prison? Either that or the man in prison has a couple of wives? Or maybe shes posting like its a friend, and got confused. Not to worry, no wine here and I'm just as lost. Lol
  13. Did you read the end of my post or just what you wanted? I said "sometimes it's not always as black and white as just being able to get on a plane and leave" My entire point of sharing my side. All countries are different. Not everyone can just leave.
  14. I know my husband couldn't just quit his job and get on a plane. In Saudi if you leave like that (without notice), or with an debts (he had to pay off all credits and credit cards) they can bar you from ever entering the country once again. His entire family lives in Saudi, so he has to be able to go back if needed. We did not want to risk him being banned from ever getting to enter again. Sometimes it's not always as black and white as just being able to get on a plane and leave.
  15. Meg&Andrew

    Sticky K1 situation

    No need to answer as @Nitas_man answered correctly. However if you do decide to continue to pursue the k1 I would advise you not to offer any information unless you are asked. Including photos. That goes for anyone during an interview. Only answer the questions being asked and do not add additional information.
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