Taipei123 wrote:Hi Everyone,
Someone. Please. Help.
My wife who is a Taiwan national went abroad to study in the US. Being an advocate of the best things in life sometimes aren't necessarily planned, we wedded in the US. Obviously we never had the intention in the first place to get married in the states, but after the marriage I'm wondering if I'm tasting more bitter then sweet. I say this because many forums and experienced couples state that it is not wise to get married without having the lady or husband get a K1 (fiancé visa).
I have both legally registered the marriage both in the United States and in the Taiwan. Everything is done. Here are the questions that I toss and turn over night after night:
1) Do I immediately have to get a green card? If so, can I still fly my wife over to the US and get the I-130 done?
2) Assuming I do not have to get the green card yet, can my wife fly over to visit the US on a normal B2 (tourist visa)?
If there is anything else that is vital to this puzzle, I would greatly appreciate it!
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