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  1. This is the continuation thread for Part II, which has been closed because of its size.
  2. Hi there! I’m an American married to a French man going on 4 years married and together for almost 10. We currently reside in France and have been for the past 4 years. I’m here on a 10 year spousal visa. We recently have had our first child together who we’ll be starting starting the process to get her dual citizenship. Once this is finished we plan to start the process to move back home to California. Question is, which visa would we fall under? There are so many it’s actually quiet confusing! I’m thinking we should file under the i-130 or Spousal Visa (IR1 / CR1)? Since we’ll be applying from France will it be more complicated? We’ll have a US based sponsor in my parents who more than qualify for the requirements needed Does anyone have any idea of how long we’re looking at waiting? Thank you in advance to anyone willing to shine some light for us!
  3. Hello, I wish to have your opinion concerning my situation: My American fiancee received a notification explaining that my file left the NVC heading to the US Embassy in Paris (K1 visa) on the 30-APR-2019. In the email she received, there is a website (https://travel.state.gov/content/travel ... ek-1.html) that explains the different steps and in particular the following: the DS 160 as well as the appointment at the embassy but also that I have to wait to receive a letter/mail with instructions. I'm very stressed about that situation because I still didn't receive anything from the French embassy and I just don't know what to do. I've sent some emails, I've called and I got nothing. I'm very surprised because I didn't think I had to wait that much time just to get some instructions from the French embassy... What should I do? Should I just wait? It's getting very stressful ... Thank you very much in advance for your help
  4. Hi everybody, First of all, I would like to say I am really happy to have found this Forum I would like to have your advice about the best way to go to the USA to live in there. I am French and I live with a French-American Woman in Paris, France. We both work in Paris and plan to go and live in the United States, Florida to be more precise. We are not married for the moment but we will be in 3 months (November 2018). More information about our situation: - My wife-to-be doesn't have a residence, as she lives in Paris, France - My wife lived in the USA from 1 year old to approx. 10 years old but never worked there - Even if she never worked there and never had to pay taxes, she submitted her tax returns - My wife's current employer is an American company. She will have a position in the US before leaving France - She has family in the US: - American cousins who live and work in the US - her brother, who he's American and French and has been working in Florida since 1 year - her mother, who he's French & married to an American since +10 years and has a Green Card. She has incomes (buying & reselling real estate after renovating it + French pension) In your opinion, what's our best option for me to live and work in the USA in order to follow my wife-to-be? I am considering 3 VISA but I'm not sure: - K1 => If I well understood, this VISA is only suitable for a foreign fiancé. As we plan to be married in 3 months, I think we can't apply for this VISA. Do you agree? Do you think we can try it before getting married? - K3 => As I understood, this VISA is kind of obsolete or, at least, I should chose the IR1/CR1 instead. - IR1 or CR1 => I think it's the most suitable VISA for my situation but my wife-to-be must have a residence in the US and submit the Affidavit of Support. As she never worked in the US for the moment, she can't complete this document. What do you think? Thank you all very much for any kind of advice! Angie & Jeremy
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