i am planning to move back to the US but i want to get married with the father of my son. i dont have an income because i am a student can my mother show her financial support? can that be a problem? will i have to go to the US to apply for the visa k1?. is it possible that they can reject the k1 visa for living with him in colombia, we have been living together for 6 years. what is the best way to take my fiance(the father of my son) with me
You can apply for him as a fiance or as a spouse (if you get married in Colombia). The processing time for the two is similar, but if he travels on a spousal visa he arrives in the U.S. as a permanent resident. If he travels as a fiance, you must marry within 90 days AND submit new applications and fees for permanent residence. Your mother can be co-sponsor for financial purposes. You should speak with a lawyer for more information before making a decision.
It depends on whether you marry in Colombia, or intend to marry in the US.
You should retain an experienced immigration lawyer to review all the facts and advise you accordingly.
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