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|12-01-2014, 11:55 AM||#3 (permalink)|
Join Date: Apr 2014
Location: San Jose, CA
You may be eligible and your fiance may petition to bring you to the US.
In order to be eligible for a fiancé visa, the legal requirements requires that you:
• intend to marry someone that is a legal U.S. citizen,
• have met your intended spouse in person within the last two years
• are legally able to marry.
Since you intend to get married and you have met them in the last two years, your fiance can petition to have this done. It is highly recommended that you get a experience immigration lawyer to help you with this process as it is complex process with a lot of paperwork and legal requirements.
Here is a link to some immigration lawyers that may be able to give you advice and help you with your case