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  1. No no we're just engaged atm but plan on getting married soon so i'm just looking for ways because i don't want to live apart after we get married. which i why i'm asking if i should just get married in Pakistan and apply for a CR-1 visa or if i should apply for a fiance visa and go to america, get married there and apply for a adjustment status? My only requirement is that i don't want to live apart from him after we get married and any process that doesn't require me to wait and move to america without my fiance
  2. So are you suggesting getting married in Pakistan and applying for CR-1 is a better option for us? I just want to be able to live with him while we wait for his green card
  3. Definitely! but i'm confused as to which visa i should go for? my fiance and I are just looking for ways where we can shift to America together and he can work there with me. So If the fiance visa is a better option, we'll get married in America but if the spouse visa is a better option then we'd get married in Pakistan
  4. Guys, I'm engaged and will soon be married but i want to know how i can apply for my fiance in a way that when we both get married, we shift to America together without having to live apart. Please guide me on fiance visa like i know my fiance will have to leave America within 90 days after entering and we will have to get married there. I'm confused and want the best and shortest way of applying for him. Please suggest what i should do. I was born in America but then shifted to Pakistan and have only visited twice but now i'm planning on shifting with my husband to be and settle down there. I have my American License as well as a bank account. So please give me advice on how i can go with this. Should i apply for a fiance visa and then right after we get married in America, apply for an adjustment visa or should i just get married in Pakistan and then apply for a spouse visa? I'm looking for a way to apply for my husband to be where we can live in America without having to live apart and if i just get married and apply for the spouse visa, is it necessary that i'll have to live in America and wait there or can i just apply and live with my husband to be in Pakistan and wait for his visa to arrive? Please tell me what to do and give me details about these two visas.
  5. Guys, I'm engaged and will soon be married but i want to know how i can apply for my fiance in a way that when we both get married, we shift to America together without having to live apart. Please guide me on fiance visa like i know my fiance will have to leave America within 90 days after entering and we will have to get married there. I'm confused and want the best and shortest way of applying for him. Please suggest what i should do. I was born in America but then shifted to Pakistan and have only visited twice but now i'm planning on shifting with my husband to be and settle down there. I have my American License as well as a bank account. So please give me advice on how i can go with this. Should i apply for a fiance visa and then right after we get married in America, apply for an adjustment visa or should i just get married in Pakistan and then apply for a spouse visa? I'm looking for a way to apply for my husband to be where we can live in America without having to live apart and if i just get married and apply for the spouse visa, is it necessary that i'll have to live in America and wait there or can i just apply and live with my husband to be in Pakistan and wait for his visa to arrive?
    Please tell me what to do and give me details about these two visas.

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    2. SorrowL

      SorrowL

      If you do that, you would need to make sure you have rights to stay in the country, and ensure you have enough savings/assets to cover your sponsor in I-864 (I suggest savings of above 80,000$) or have someone joint sponsor your spouse such as someone in your family. They need to have sufficient income to do so. Check out I-964P for more info.

    3. Xyz11

      Xyz11

      Yess i have a dual nationality so i'm also a citizen of Pakistan. So i need +$80000 in my bank account and i can stay in Pakistan and wait for my soon to be husband's spouse visa?

    4. SorrowL

      SorrowL

      I don’t know how much you need exactly. It’s up to the consular Officer to decide if your spouse would become a public charge. Having an income, plus savings is good. You need to be above the poverty guidelines listed in I-864P. All in all it’s up to the consular Officer to decide. You can read super in depth about everything visa related if you check out the Foreign Affairs Manual 9. 
      https://fam.state.gov/Fam/FAM.aspx?ID=09FAM

  6. Makes sense!! Is it necessary that i'm one of the sponsors? My brother can support both of my parents as well! And if i start working in Pakistan, Even if i earn a minimal amount, would that be an issue? I was born in USA
  7. Is there any way i can go to USA with my husband? and apply for him there? We're engaged and plan on getting married soon so would fiance visa work if we get married in USA? If so, can he live there with me after we get married? My parents would support themselves. So is there no way i can apply for them from Pakistan? The problem is, i can't go to USA anytime soon and i really want to go with my husband after we get married. So is there any way we can go together? And i can apply for him without having to live alone after we get married
  8. I want to apply for my parents. I'm currently living in Pakistan. I was born in the United States but after a year, my family shifted back to Pakistan. We re visited again when i was six years old and now i flew to the united states for two weeks this year. My question is, Can i apply for my parents while being in Pakistan. I'm a student here and I'm not working right now. I want to go back to US after my degree but also want my parents to get their green cards before i get done so that i don't have to live alone. Are there any chances of my application being rejected as i'm going to apply for them from Pakistan and i haven't filed any taxes in America and I'm unemployed. I'm mostly concerned about the fact that i'm going to apply for my parents from Pakistan so won't they have an excuse to reject my application by saying you don't live here so why do you want to apply for your parents? Also, Can i apply for my husband along with my parents? Or should i wait?
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