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    baron555 got a reaction from Nikol993 in Re: Proof of Ongoing Relationship Question   
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    baron555 got a reaction from Q2018 in Second Letter of intent to marry   
    Just change the date and the addressee. Sign it and send it out.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Kyle&Ana in How soon can I file K1 after a divorce and previous viza refusal   
    Not good enough.....does she know that you were courting her while you were still married?
    The CO will know these timelines and may ask her about it.....as stated if she is surprised during the interview,that will not be good.
    She may want to know these things.....more for her own personal decision making about her future than anything else.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Fox087 in What happens between NOA1 and NOA2?   
    It sits in a box with many other petitions. When the adjucator runs out of petitions in the box they are currently working on, they get another.
    When they get to your petition, they perform many background, criminal, terrorist checks. This process usually takes 15 minutes.
    If all goes well, your petition is approved and you get NOA2. Yes you wait months for a 15 minute process.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Mugo&miley in 2 years Requirements of Relationship   
    The filing date must be within two years of the last day of the meeting in person.
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    baron555 got a reaction from CanidaeLycaon in G325A - foreign fiance   
    The signature should be original, so signing and mailing is best.
    However with that said, there have been folks who have submitted scanned versions and didn't get any RFEs. It's a gamble on your part which route you take.
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    baron555 got a reaction from B-2-Z in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from NikLR in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from mayfield in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from kiwibean in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from elmcitymaven in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from SunflowerSweet in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from rutabaga in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from mallafri76 in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Unlockable in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Ksenia_O in Entering the US to visit WITHOUT "using" the K1 visa   
    When they issue it.
    I understand the complexity of people's lives but IMO the OP wants too much. You've applied for a K-1, which is meant for the purpose of immigrating to the US, marrying there and staying there with permanent residence.
    I understand the need to finalize financial matters and sometimes that timeline doesn't jive with the K-1 process.
    So take care of your finances. You've got 6 months more or less to use the K-1.
    Have the petitioner visit you or you guys wait it out.
    It is very possible that if you try to enter the US with the intention of not using the K-1, that the CBP officer will just use it anyway. Now what? You would be stuck in the US to marry and apply for the AP before you could return (usually about 3 months after the marriage).
    My recommendation, you stay put, get your finances in order then come to the US. For your USC fiance, have them visit you and use Skype. You'll be together for the rest of your lives soon enough.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Marc_us82 in Don't want to marry her anymore!   
    So, you purposefully conspired to commit visa fraud and now you are afraid she won't hold up to her end of the bargain?
    Just draft a letter telling the truth to USCIS and the Embassy and have the petition cancelled. Very simple.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Unidentified in are these signs that im getting visa   
    Care to use proper capitalization and punctuation? Helps to read your run-on words.
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    baron555 got a reaction from Harpa Timsah in A bit lost and trying to map things out   
    What do the instructions tell you?
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    baron555 got a reaction from naalite in ID and health insurance before AOS   
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    baron555 got a reaction from Meg&Andrew in AP for middle eastern countries   
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    baron555 got a reaction from FarrahIdir in AP for middle eastern countries   
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