Marriage Visa - Frequently Asked Questions
I want to apply for a K3/CR1 Spouse visa but we both live abroad. Do I need a primary U.S. residence or can I still apply?
Answer:Yes, you will need a primary U.S. residence (or domicile) when you apply for your K3/CR1 spouse visa.
USCIS states that as a U.S. sponsor or petitioner you must have a principal residence (or domicile) in the U.S. This is the place you plan to live in the foreseeable future.
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Submitted by: Jessica V. of Portland, Oregon, USA
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