Re: For Natasha


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Posted by not Natasha on January 30, 2001 at 14:04:47:

In Reply to: For Natasha posted by JaH on January 29, 2001 at 20:33:39:

If you marry there, you will not be able to file for a K-1 visa. You would either file an I-130 for a family member (could take years), or try a direct consular filing.

If you wish to pursue the K-1, then wait until after you marry in the USA and then have a wedding over there later for her family.


: No, I said Natasha!
: Anyway, hello Natasha! I understand this is a travel board but the question sort of pertains to travel and I know you have some insight or can point the right way.
: I have made several trips to Ukraine and have begun the visa process for my fiancee.
: I know her family would like to have a ceremony in her town which they can attend.

: How will this affect the visa process, like a name change and so on? If you can help any I would appreciate it, or refer me to a site which can. I have checked all the normal visa info sites without success.
: Spaceba.




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