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Neo16521

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About Neo16521

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  • Location NY, USA

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    Port Jefferson Station
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    New York

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  • Our Story
    It all started while I was on vacation in Japan with a good friend of mine. My friend's girlfriend's best friend noticed me in a picture which piqued her interest and the rest is history.

    Met up months later for the first time in Times Square NY and we fell in love.

    Multiple trips to Namibia later and she came to visit me in NY to which I asked her to marry me. She said yes!!!

    The journey to join our lives has just begun.....

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  1. Quick question to anyone knowledgeable about this. Seems to be the right forum; This line on the proclamation; (iii) any noncitizen who is the spouse of a U.S. citizen or lawful permanent resident What does this mean exactly? I married my wife in Namibia this past October and as soon as I got back we submitted the i-130. Does that count what the US considers as a "spouse" or is it only when the CR1 visa has been given? Thank you in advance!
  2. Thank you all for the good answers!! Yes we have. She's been to NY twice and I've travelled to Namibia twice as well. There's not a day that goes by where we don't video chat, literally every day. Yeah, you guessed it all right.
  3. Hi everyone, I'm new here. I posted another question last night, but forgot to introduce myself and my situation with my fiancé. My name is Vin, I live in NY and my fiancé who I've been with for years lives in Namibia. We just got engaged last month here in NY. Around Sept/Oct we're going to get married in Namibia and then start the process to get her the CR-1 spousal visa. So she so happens to be a dual citizen. Dutch and Namibian, which leads to my question. Would it be more advantageous to use one citizenship over another to apply for the spousal visa? I'm assuming that she must use the citizenship of the country she's currently residing in, but is it even possible to use the other one? Again thank you guys in advance for any answers!!
  4. Ahh sorry I should have been a little more clear. We're not married yet. This is more of when we get to that part in the future. Wow! So interesting! so tourist visas are allowed while waiting? For some reason I'd think they would be frowned upon. I mean if it would put us in some type of risk then we wouldn't do it, but figured why not while all that waiting happens if we have the means for it.
  5. First off I am so glad I found this forum. You guys are the best. Huuuuuuuuuge load of info everywhere. Thank you guys in advance!!! Anyway, for my super quick question; After marrying abroad, and getting through the I-130 interview my fiance in her country must wait for the spousal visa to be granted. During this wait time for her to receive the visa is it possible at all for her to come visit me for a bit in the US on a tourist visa? I'm guessing no otherwise more people would be doing that and just staying in the US and that also it would red flag immigration at the airport. All answers will be appreciated. My sincerest apologies of this question has been asked before, but I wouldn't think it'd be common.
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