Originally Posted by Clare37
I am a UK citizen in the US on an H1B visa and my fiancé is American. I have been in the US for 63 days. Ideally we would like to get married as soon as possible (before the 90 days) but are prepared to wait 90 days if getting married before this would cause problems when I adjust status.
I’d be grateful for your input on either/ both of the following questions:
1. Is the 30 60 90 day rule relevant to my situation ie people on the H1B visa? (It sounds to me like it may be used mainly in relation to people here on the visa waiver program/ on tourist visas).
2. Is the 30 60 90 day relevant to marriage per se or specifically to adjustment of status. For example, if I ensured that I did not apply for adjustment of status before the 90 days, would getting married before the 90 days matter?
Thanks in advance!
I have reviewed your question carefully. I make mention of a Department of State procedural rule regarding whether or not a consular officer
must obtain a formal advisory opinion on whether or not to make a finding of "fraud or wilful misrepresentation" in denial of a visa
You pose absolutely nothing that suggests such fraud or misrepresentation.
So, can you please clarify what you are asking about? It just might help.