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Hello, I'm an American citizen living in South Korea. I have been living here for 4 years. I got married four months ago to my wife who is Korean. We are planning to move to the U.S. in Fall of 2020 so she can attend graduate school. She has a master's degree in English Language Instruction, but will be pursuing a degree in a different field. She will be a full time student and likely won't work while studying. I have not lived in the U.S. for 4 years, and I have never lived in the state where we hope to move for school. We don't know our plans after she graduates, we will likely move back to Korea, but there is the possibility we may want to stay in the U.S. after graduation. Is a CR1 visa the obvious option for us? Or would an F1 visa also be suitable for our situation? If we applied for a CR1 visa and ended up moving back to Korea for several years after graduation would the visa be canceled? Would being a married couple on an F1 visa cause any foreseeable problems? Thanks for your help!
We were asked to send our affidavit of support after the interview for visa to be approved. We managed to send it last Monday.It's now a week since we sent our affidavit documents to but nothing has changed ,our case has not updated much.How long do they take to look at the documents ? anyone who has been in this situation how long did it take? especially those who have dealt with USA Embassy in Kenya.