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  1. Thanks for the website! Really helpful. Also shocked to see how many times I’ve crossed recently!
  2. Yes I know how you feel! If I can easily access my I-94 I’m assuming they can too, I just hope they realize I’m not saying that’s every time I’ve crossed.
  3. Yes someone on reddit gave me the link as well, I have 75 from the past 5 years! I was only able to put 10 in before the website crashed. I hope they don’t put too much weight on that section and they realize I have more than that?
  4. Hi everyone, hopefully someone can give me a hand with this. I'm filling out the DS-160 for my K1 and there is a question asking for details on ALL US visits. Basically it gives little fields for date and for length of stay. I have checked the CEAC sample DS-160 form (which is filled out for a different type of visa), and that one says last 5 but my application says ALL visits. This sounds fine if you can count your visits on two hands, but the thing is I'm Canadian and from a border town so I drove there a lot with my parents growing up, used to be a commuter student at a university in the US while I lived at home in Canada on an F-1 where I'd cross every. single. day, and now I drive through Michigan every few weeks/months to go from one part of Canada to another all the time. We're not issued visas to visit the US either, so I have no paper documentation of my visits. I don't even have boarding passes from flights either because I've never used an airport POE. My last 6-8 visits have been one-day or less only. And even when I've been on 1+ week-long visits, we'd go in and out of Mexico occasionally using a land crossing too, so dates are really random. Looking for some guidance on what do about this! Thanks.
  5. Hi, My boyfriend and I are planning on getting married and for me to apply to move to the US using marriage-based immigration once I’m finished grad school in Canada. We aren’t married yet, but I’m wondering if the location of the marriage certificate matters to US immigration? Does it affect the application whether we get married in either the US or Canada, or in another “third-party” country such as Mexico? Also so does having Nexus allow your application to be processed more quickly since I have already been vetted by CBP? Any input is appreciated! Thanks
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