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BANGKOK 23 July 2019 03:13
kevin96

What is the best way to take my girlfriend to Guam

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Hello All

What is the best way to bring my Caregiver/girlfriend (possibly getting married someday) yet do not want to be sweating doing this within 90 days. Going to the US I am a fully disabled vet I have to go to Guam for a surgery and will be there for 6 mos or less. I need her to be able to drive, and she wants to work. I saw the K1 and others I want to do it the correct way honestly and I am not allowed to drive due to meds and my "diagnoses.es.es hahah I was a sniper I guess that are concerned I might be involved in some road rage hahaha. Just wanna go to Guam for a bit and then come back. While there I plan on scoping out some real estate and stuff. Thx!!

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Fiancee visa is the only chance you have. Get started on the paper work as soon as possible. It could take up to a year. DO NOT MARRY HER HERE IN THAILAND.  That will only make it harder. Good luck .

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Yup. K1 is the best category because USA is very strict to these third world countries people. After that, you need to call the immigration customer service to expedite the K1 due to a surgery. Good luck Kevin 

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By the way, there are tier 1 and tier 2 when you call the immigration hotline, make sure you speak to tier 2, tier 2 is the immigration officers.

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Fiancee Visa. Upon approval, working papers, green card upon arrival. Gotta get hitched 90 days later, quickest path to citizenship. 

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Now I think he's outta time overall. 

 

Now, caveat, we did a CR-1 filing at USCIS in BKK, since I had been resident in Thailand for many years, so was eligible for a Direct Consular Filing. That took 100 days from filing to my wife getting her passport stamped.

 

Now unless I'm wrong, a K1 needs to be filed with the National Visa Center (NVC) in Vermont. 

 

Checking the current processing times, this is what it says;

 

 

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This is a musing, just out of curiosity.

 

Since you have to enter the United States to get the temporary I-551 (Green Card), does Guam as an unincorporated territory count? 

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