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Hey guys, I have a K1 visa that will expire in mid August, so I'm currently in Zagreb, Croatia, doing the famous 14 days out the Schengen states to be able to enter the USA. When I entered Croatia, I've asked the officer to stamp my passport and he did with no problem. If all goes well, I'll be leaving from Zagreb to Miami on July the 22nd via Istambul. So who's in Zagreb too in these days?? Would love to meet someone in my same situation..
Hey there! as the travel ban for whoever has been to any of the 26 Schengen states continue, I'm starting to think about the possibility to go in another state like Croatia, Macedonia, Cyprus, Romania, Montenegro, ecc.. and then proceed to the USA. I was wondering if any of you know the answers to these questions: 1) How can I prove officially my stay in one of the not affected states to the United States? 2) Would I have problems if the flight from Croatia to Miami, for example, made stopovers in countries affected by Trump's ban, but without exiting the airport? (like Croatia-Spain-Miami) 3) Has anyone done this already? Thank you in advance! https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/travelers/map-and-travel-notices.html
Greetings! Apologies if this is not the right forum. This question concerns a K-1 situation and the US consulate in Naples, Italy. My fiancee has a K-1 visa that is about to expire (tomorrow, on June 5). She intended to enter the US on March 21, but of course due to the travel ban from Schengen's countries going into effect on March 11, she hasn't been able to travel. Communication with the consulate in Naples is difficult to say the least (they don't pick up the phone, and only respond to emails with half sentences after many days), nonetheless we've been told that although K-1 visas cannot be extended, this will be re-issued after getting another medical visit, paying the fee (and presumably) making another appointment. What we don't know is: 1. how do we even schedule another appointment at the consulate (which is a necessary condition to get a medical appointment), since the website does not offer the option 2. how do we pay the fee (same problem as (1)) Looking to collect information/first hand experiences on this forum from people who are possibly in the same situation. Thanks! Daniel