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- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
如果真的吾批，對你以後申請未婚簽證系吾影響的。因為結婚簽證的理據系在于一段真正的婚姻。你要簽的visa是 K-1。 只要你可以證明你同你丈夫的關系是建立在一段真實的婚姻那么你就會好容易批，因為婚姻簽證系吾會睇你其他野,例如學歷同收入。不過都會睇你有無刑事記錄。 希望你一切順利。
K-1 Fiancée and Fiancé Visa Information: The K-1 Visa, also known as the K1 Fiancée Visa, may be used by United States citizens who wish to bring their prospective husbands or wives to the United States with the intention of getting married. Minor children of fiancées can also accompany them to the United States as they can be issued K-2 Visas. The U.S. citizen must file a petition with the USCIS on behalf of the foreign fiancé(e). After the petition is approved, the fiancé(e) can obtain a K-1 Fiancé Visa. The K-1 Visa is issued at a U.S. embassy or consulate abroad. The marriage must take place within 90 days of the fiancé(e) entering the United States. The K-1 Fiancée and Fiancé Visa Application Guide is an informative and comprehensive guide to the K-1 Visa and contains everything an individual needs to know in order to successfully apply.
- GaryLv 71 decade ago
Your chance is limited because:
1. You are female
2. You are single
3. You have a U.S. citizen boyfriend.
So in the point of view of the U.S. Consulate, you have intention to overstay and/or violate your terms of staying.
In answering your questions:
1. Yes. You can still make it for September.
2. Focus on how you can encounter your issues above. The best way to do is to prove your tier with Hong Kong. Remember, don't lie.
3. You will be notified for the decision same day as your interview.
4. In your case, your approval rate for K-1 Visa is higher than a B1/B2 Travel Visa. Being denied for travel vsa will not affect your chance for K-1 in general, unless you have violated U.S. immigration law.