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Teemo

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  1. But the question he is looking for is "how difficult is it for a Phillipines citizen who has a pending immigrant visa in US to visit Canada"? I'm going to go out on a limb and say that that specific answer is not there. Btw, once again you say " Getting a tourist visa to the USA from the Philippines" which again does not acknowledge the correct question OP is asking. He is asking about tourist visa to Canada.
  2. I don't know the answer to OP's question, but I know the answer is not this. It's fairly hard to come to the US on a non-immigrant visa when you have already declared immigrant intent, especially in OP's exact situation (it can be easier if the B2 is already procured). There is no such issue with applying for a Canadian visitor visa since no immigrant intent was declared there. So it will be easier. Now, 5% or 50% easier? I don't know. Probably meaningfully easier. So it's worth a shot.
  3. Wow. Stressful. I traveled 7x with advance parole with no issue.
  4. I think his issue is being misunderstood. He's not asking if the US cares. He's asking if it is relatively easy to meet in Canada even though his fiance has a pending immigrant visa to the country to its south, and whether other people have done it. In other words, Canada might care because they may think she might overstay her Canadian visa to be closer to her husband. That is OP's question.
  5. Ok well knowing your full name is nothing (the scam IRS call had my full name and an old but correct address of mine) but this could be real. But odd its a wireless number and you don't get someone or an automated answer when you call back. Let us know what happens.
  6. Possibly a fake. Especially if express a sense of urgency and start threatening with deportation, police officers to your house etc. I got fake IRS and FBI calls, maybe they added USCIS to the mix and they coincidentally got someone in the midst of a process with them. What's the phone number you are trying to call?
  7. No need. They have a lot of experience with overstays. Overstays are forgiven in your situation. Nothing you say will help here.
  8. Very wrong. They know when you left and know when you have overstayed.
  9. What do you think USCIS is doing if not doing judging if your relationship is real? OP wasn't "light on evidence" he had no real evidence, including what is obviously a fake lease (no signatures and its in the US where beneficiary doesn't live). Yes, green card weddings deserve judgement, both here and by USCIS.
  10. What do you think USCIS is doing if not doing judging if your relationship is real? OP wasn't "light on evidence" he had no real evidence, including what is obviously a fake lease (no signatures and its in the US where beneficiary doesn't live). Yes, green card weddings deserve judgement, both here and by USCIS.
  11. All you need is your passport and the document that allows you to reenter - green card in your case. Not sure what your wife has but same applies to her.
  12. To put it bluntly, your marriage seems like(removed) and the USCIS called you out on it. It's applications like yours that slow down the system for everyone else. Deserved denial, an appeal won't help unless and until you have a bona fide marriage, where you know, family actually attends your wedding and you have real conversations not made up ones.
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