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Hope all are doing well in this shut down in the USA and your perspective home country. My fiancee from the Philippines is coming soon in mid April and her port of entry is San Francisco. I know USA is stopping tourist from coming to the USA from Europe. Have any members with K1 visa entered the USA without any problems from the Philippines or other Asian countries since this corona virus started? I just don't want her to come to the USA and get deny entry to the USA. Thanks in advance for your replies.
Hi all, My fiancé got her K1 visa on December 5th and will be coming to the US on January 14th. Her POE is in Los Angeles before heading up to Boise. I am concerned however with what interview questions will be asked to her at that particular airport if she gets interviewed.
After 8 months of starting the k1 visa process, my fiance is finally moving to the US next week. We've been doing some research on the point of entry process in order to plan out what documents she will need to bring on her when she arrives at the custom's officer. We've read some testimonials from other people going through the process and most of them just said they just ask for the visa, passport and the sealed package. My fiance is Italian and completed the k1 interview portion in the embassy of Napoli. At the end of the interview she was given a medical package that contained a few documents and a CD, this package was not sealed. She was told she would receive the sealed package in the mail along with her passport 2 weeks later and was told she could leave. Sure enough, 2 weeks later she received a DHL package with her passport and a large thick envelope that said do not open, that's it. We are confused about the "visa" that is required to be brought along with her at entry. She never received a document that says visa or resembles a visa. Is the visa inside of the sealed package? Are we missing a document? The day of her interview she told me the embassy was swamped with people and her interview felt pretty rushed. Did they make a mistake and not hand her a visa that she needs? Any help would be appreciated, thanks.