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Is it possible for a foreign student from the Philippines with a student visa to come to the US to attend school and get married?

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2006-04-02 03:10:07
2006-04-02 03:10:07

It is extremely illegal to enter the United States with the intention of getting married. You need a fiance visa to marry a US citizen or premanent resident. If you come to the US with a student visa with the intentions of going to school and then later you meet someone, fall in love, and get married...then you have the right to file the I-485 to adjust your status from student visa to green card holder. But coming to the US, stating you intend to get married without a fiance or K visa, you will be in trouble.

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