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SHANE (USA)

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About SHANE (USA)

  • Rank
    Newbie
  • Member # 364093
  • Location Stuart, FL, USA

Profile Information

  • Gender
    Male
  • State
    Florida
  • Interests
    Mountain Biking, Downhill Skiing, Roller & Ice Skating, Long Boarding, Swimming, and Body Surfing.

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Country
    Philippines
  • Our Story
    Looking to marry my Filipina Fiancée here in America.
    I met her in-person in the Philippines where we fell in-Love with each other.
    She is from the Antique/Iloilo area, on Panay Island.
    BTW - Everyone's information on here and your help is greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance!

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  1. Not sure if you read my entire post but I couldn't due the CR1 Spousal Visa even if I wanted to! However, thank you for sharing that info as there may be other couples that might be in a position to marry their fiancé/fiancée in some other foreign country and then submit their I-130 to the USCIS for approval.
  2. If a couple's #1 priority is to physically be together as soon as possible in America🇺🇸, and they do not care about the other pros and cons, then the fastest way to achieve this is via the K1 Fiancé Visa. Disclaimer: Due to the world's reaction of the COVID-19 virus, there are rumors that some U.S. Embassies in certain countries are only currently processing CR1 Spousal Visas at this time and are not processing K1 Fiancé Visas. However, if you or your fiancé has not even submitted a I-129F (K1) or a I-130 (CR1) packet to the USCIS yet, then the delays that some U.S. Embassies are currently experiencing may never affect you in the future because the USCIS takes SEVERAL MONTHS to approve those forms and advance them to the next step in the Visa process. That is why I chose the K1 and submitted my I-129F to the USCIS a couple months ago. Furthermore, I can not currently marry my fiancée in the Philippines even if I wanted to because some islands/provinces keep going back on another lockdown and a lot of government agencies are closed. So even if I was trapped there, I still would not be able to get married. Hope this helps🙏🏻 ...And you're very welcome! 🙂
  3. Assuming you and your partner are currently in different countries... ...and assuming you both can not currently get married outside the USA... ...then it is faster to do the K1 Fiancé Visa. I was in that tough decision/situation myself and decided to file the K1 a couple months ago.
  4. I agree with you regarding everyone needs to do their own research because some countries are not letting foreigners in, especially Americans, and they're going back on lockdown. So the CR1 may take just as long as the K1 at this point in the game, for some couples.
  5. My guess is that K1 Visa applications/packets will have no delays. But they will take approximately the same amount of months that they normally take. No one knows how long K1's vs CR1's will really take, regardless of what they say. ...Unless they got their Crystal Ball in the mail!?... Lol
  6. I tried to order a Crystal Ball to see into the Future but they are currently out of stock. Lol🤣😂🤣 So for now, I filed the I-129F K1 Fiancé Visa because I think it's faster. ...especially because I just talked to my Fiancée in the Philippines and she said that most local governments and communities there are going back on another lockdown right now. The USCIS could get bailed-out like everyone else and continue to process immigration paperwork. So hopefully by the time my K1 Visa has been approved for my Fiancée, the travel restrictions will be a thing of the past!🙂🙃😉
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