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Author: scotty_4u Subject: Trying to beat the K-1 process
SteveWilliams
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posted on 05-19-2004 at 09:47 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
Trying to beat the K-1 process

I have come accross what I see as a serious situation and I wanted some comments from expereinced guys on this.

A friend of mine is engaged to a Russian girl and they are gathering the papers for the K-1 application. But he has spoken to the Texas BCIS and thay have given him pretty bad info as far as I see it and he wont listen to anyone else now.

He plans to file for the K-1 in Texas BCIS (they say 2 months...yeah right !!!) but at the same time he wants his fiancee and her 9 year old daughter to apply for a tourist visa so they can come to the US immediately and wait there for the K-1 visa process to run its course and fly back to Moscow for the interview. Texas BCIS says this is fine. As far as I am aware the BCIS have nothing to do with a tourist visa application.

I cannot believe that this can work. If it was that easy everyone would do it. As far as I see she would be refused a tourist visa because she would be applying for a K-1 visa and that is for a different purpose than the tourist visa. The embassy would refuse the tourist visa and that would affect her K-1 visa. Thats as I see it, maybe I am wrong and this is a simple solution to the problem....but I don't think I am and I want to show him that I am not the only one that thinks so.

If any experienced guys want to pass comment on this guys plan...then please do.

Thanks
Steve
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posted on 06-08-2004 at 15:29 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
You seems to be absolutely right...

You seem to be absolutely right in your opinion about your friend's plans. I think the right way is to get K-1 as soon as possible and not to have any deals with tourist visa.
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posted on 06-30-2004 at 23:09 Reply With Quote Report Post to Moderator
K-1 & tourist Visa, uscis says NYET!

According to the uscis
http://uscis.gov/graphics/index.htm
you can't have your cake and eat it too. They won't allow K1 and tourist visa.
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