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THIS MIGHT EXPLAIN WHY SO MANY FOREIGN WOMEN SEEK MEN FROM ABROAD...
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Police: Wife runs over her husband for not voting! (Yes, you read that correctly!)
A Mesa man was in critical condition after his wife ran over him with her Jeep because she was upset he didn't
vote in the presidential election and feared her family would suffer with President Barack Obama's re-election,
Gilbert Police said Monday.
Holly Solomon, 28, was arrested about 10am Saturday after she chased her husband, Daniel, 36, in a parking lot
on Gilbert Road near Vaughn Avenue, police said. Sgt. Jesse Sanger, a police spokesman, said Holly was
arguing with her husband because she "believed her family was going to face hardship" as a result of the
election. The victim tried hiding behind a light pole, Sanger said. He eventually started running toward the
road but was struck by the Jeep and pinned beneath it against the curb.
Holly was booked into jail on domestic-violence charges.
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The one glorious person who completes who you are in this world.
You met, you fell deeply in love, and you want to spend the rest of
your lives in each others arms. But... she's thousands of miles
away. How do you bring two distant worlds together so your
dream of a loving wife and happy family become reality?
If you're lucky enough to have met someone who loves you so much
she'll completely redefine her life by relocating from her country to
yours - you need to know what steps to take to assure the shortest
possible time for her arrival.
The Fiancée Visa Process can be intimidating in theory, knowing
you'll need to gather documents, submit forms, wait for approvals,
answer any issues with the USCIS (formerly the INS,) and help your
Fiancée plan and attend an interview with the American Embassy in
her country prior to approval. Communication needs to be
constant, clear and patient as you work diligently together toward
your future. Costs are associated with each stage but needn't break
anyone's bank. Most importantly is to know what to realistically
expect and to stay calm, focused and optimistic. Thousands of
couples receive Fiancée Visas from the US government each year.
YOU CAN DO THIS!
A SUMMARY OF STEPS IN THE K-1 FIANCÉE VISA
Basically, in order for you to secure a Fiancée Visa for your future
Foreign Bride, you and she must meet the following requirements
and take the following steps:
You must be a U.S. Citizen.
You must have met your foreign Fiancée within the past 2 years.
(Be prepared to document that meeting with photos of the two of
you together, copies of hotel and plane/train tickets, and copies of
the stamped page(s) in your passport.)
You both must be legally free to marry at the time you submit the
Your Fiancée does not have a criminal record.
Your Fiancée has not violated any US Immigration Laws.
Your Fiancée must successfully pass a medical examination at a US
State Department approved clinic just prior to the K-1 Visa
You must meet certain financial requirements. (Basically you must
demonstrate that once your girl is admitted to the US, she's not
likely to end up on Public Aid and that you can, in fact, live above
|Time Line of Events in the Fiancée Visa Process:
Q: I have submitted the I-129F application and related
documents for initial approval from the USCIS (United States
Citizenship and Immigration Service.) How long should it take
for me to receive the initial approval?
A: Approximately 30 - 120 Days
The time from submission to your first approval will vary
depending on several factors, such as what state you reside in
and what country your foreign Fiancée is from. Once you submit
your initial application and related documents you'll receive a
receipt notice. Assuming all necessary documents are in place
and you've done your paperwork correctly you should expect the
initial approval stage to take between 1 and 3 months on
average. If there are missing documents or signatures,
incomplete forms or no payment - there will be obvious delays.
Many Immigration attorneys will tell you the processing times
are actually faster than the USCIS will predict.
Q: My application has been approved and will be sent to the
National Service Center then to a Foreign Consulate (US
Embassy) for further processing. How long before we hear
that an interview has been scheduled?
A: Approximately 2 - 4 Weeks to be notified, then
approximately 30 - 45 days from notice to be interviewed.
This is often the hardest time period in the process for couples.
You'll likely receive no further notice about the status of your
application until the Foreign Consulate schedules her interview.
(Applications for women from Russia, for example, are sent to
the US Embassy / Foreign Consulate in Moscow.) You can
search for updates on status at the appropriate Consulate
web-site. One day, your case number will magically appear
there with an interview date. If you check this daily, you could
possibly know her interview date before she does and call her
with the good news! Interview notices are sent to the girl by mail
or delivery service, which take a few days to arrive, obviously.
Prior to her interview, she will be asked to complete several
tasks. She must get a police report from her local precinct
stating she has no criminal background. She will also be
scheduled for a medical examination a few days prior to her
interview, the confidential results of which will be sealed in an
envelope for her interview official. Petitioners (that's you) will
also need to complete a financial affidavit to show you meet the
requirements and provide your Fiancée with this information for
her interview. Finally, she will need to visit a FedEx or DHL office
and purchase a pre-paid shipping envelope from the US
Consulate to her residence to take with her to the interview.
Q: My Fiancee's interview with the Consulate has been
scheduled. Once she receives her Fiancée Visa, how soon can
she come to the US?
A: Right away!
She will not receive her visa at the interview, rather it will be
sent to her within a week (typically) via the pre-paid shipping
envelope mentioned above. Once in possession of the K-1
Fiancée Visa, she has 6 months to enter the US. Once she
enters the US, she'll have 90 days to be here for the visa period.
The visa period cannot be extended, so once she arrives she
must marry you within that 90 day period or return home.
I am neither a trained relationship counselor nor an immigration
expert. The information contained on this web site may provide
general legal information but is not intended to give legal advice or
counsel on any specific legal matter. It does not create an
attorney-client relationship and should not be relied upon in lieu of