i was unmarried when filed the k1 but later i had to marry because of my family problems before the interview for the k1.I am a muslim from a muslim country and two marriages are allowed in Islam. I want to ask that can it be a problem for my k1 visa????plz help me.
Yes, it will cause you many problems, including possibly bigamy, fraud, etc. You need to speak with an immigration attorney immediately. You also need to file for divorce from one of the spouse's.
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My colleagues are correct.
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Once you are married, you cannot pursue K-1. In addition, there may be other laws violated.
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