I came to the U.S. a couple of months ago on a fiancé visa (K-1), but as soon as I met my U.S. fiance’s family I realized it wasn’t going to work out. (His mother lives two blocks away, and tells him what to do all the time.) But an old boyfriend of mine happens to live in the U.S., and we’ve been in touch, and our romance has restarted very quickly. If that works out and we get married, can I get a U.S. green card? (He was born in the U.S.A.)
I came to the U.S. about 45 days ago from Australia on a fiancé visa. We’ve been planning a big wedding at the home of my U.S. fiancee’s cousins, but they’re getting a divorce, so that plan seems to be falling apart. It doesn’t look like we can find another venue on the same day, so we’re looking at all kinds of different possibilities, and I don’t know how soon we can pull it all together – not to mention the fact that I know I’m supposed to submit my green card application within the 90 days, too. I know tourist visas can be extended – why not my K-1 fiancé visa?
I came to the U.S. on a K-1 fiance visa. We got married and everything, but it’s been taking a long time to get the paperwork together for the adjustment of status packet. For one thing, it took weeks to get the official marriage certificate. My spouse's employer took its time about providing a job letter, too. I just looked at my I-94 and realized it has expired. Now what do I do?