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Rete - you are good at what you do tho

Old Sep 25th 2002, 4:06 pm
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wish you could advise us
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Old Sep 25th 2002, 4:41 pm
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Originally posted by Loversdream:
wish you could advise us
LD

You sent me the same message on expats and I did not respond. Why? Because I don't advise people privately. I am not attorney nor am I foolish enough to think I know everything nor do I want to have a misstatement given you privately come back to haunt me if you suffer because of it.

Also you never mentioned what you want advise on. If it is anything to do with marriage-based immigration, ask your question here on the forum.

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Old Sep 25th 2002, 4:52 pm
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Default Re: Rete - you are good at what you do tho

I posted one here like a week to 10 days ago and no one replied.

ok here it is again


I am UK Citizen. For 18 years I was with my ex who was a drunk and very violent. He was a freemason, and told me if I ever left him he would make sure he would find me and I would not be alive. He also told me if I went to the Police (most were freemasons in my area) that they would
not believe what he did to me, because they liked him. In April 1998 I plucked up the courage to leave him, sold my car and went to the United States on the Visa Waiver Program. At that time I had no intention of staying in the US.

When the time came for me to leave the US I was so frightened of returning to the UK I could not go into the airport.

I stayed with friends in Denver Colorado, then Lompoc California. In March 1999 my divorce was final.

In November 1998 I met Ben (US Citizen) on the internet in a games room and for the next few months we played Spades as partners and chatted a lot. By April 1999 we both realised we were in love. In November 1999 I moved in
with him. We spent 6 wonderful months together. We found out that because of my overstay I could be barred from entering the US - he lost his job had to go and live with his parents and I had to return to the UK and we would go through the proper channels so I would be legal. So in May 2000 I returned to Jersey, Channel Islands (my children are here). He proposed to me on July 28th 2000. He came over to visit Christmas 2000, met my children (who are 30
and 32 years old and have their own wives/husbands and adore him) .
Since then he has visited every 6 months. On July 27th this year we were married.

My husband Fed-Ex'd the I-130 to TSC on 9/3 It was delivered and signed for on 9/4.

Questions:

Would they just ignore the petition because of my overstay?

Do we need to file a Waiver of Inadmissibility with Missouri if and when when we file the I-129F (K3 visa) petition?

What do we have to do to be together in the US?


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LD

You sent me the same message on expats and I did not respond. Why? Because I don't advise people privately. I am not attorney nor am I foolish enough to think I know everything nor do I want to have a misstatement given you privately come back to haunt me if you suffer because of it.

Also you never mentioned what you want advise on. If it is anything to do with marriage-based immigration, ask your question here on the forum.

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