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Worried K-1 Visa will be Rejected - ADVISE PLEASE

I am worried that USCIC will think my me and my boyfriend's relationship is not bona fide.

My fiancé and I have been together for 3 years since July 2018. He is 26 years old from South Korea and I am 23 from the US. We met on a language learning app with the intention of learning Korean, for me, and English, for him. We hit it off and fell in love. We constantly FaceTime each other and have never really had a day where we don't talk to one another.

We met in person for the first time, this past October 2021. (It’s been a challenge for us to meet before because his mom was sick with cancer and because of Covid). He stayed with my family and I for about 3 weeks. We submitted our petition for the K-1 Visa a few weeks after he left to go back to South Korea. We included evidence of our relationship (pictures of letters we’ve sent to each other through the years, gifts, pictures of us together when we met recently, boarding tickets when he came here, text messages from family acknowledging our relationship, etc).

I was planning on visiting him in the beginning of next year (2022) in his home country, South Korea, so I could meet his dad in person for this first time. I am fully vaccinated but if I go to visit his country, I'd have to quarantine for 10 days in a government facility that costs $1200. His home country has a very strict Covid policy. I also work full time so I can't stay for longer than a week maybe two. Visiting him in his home country is not possible right now so we are stuck. I am so scared that our visa will be denied and they'll think it' sketchy that we've only met once within the span of 3 years. He's coming back here in February to stay with me for a few months. I'm just worried the government will think I'm sketchy because I haven't visited him. It's just quite impossible and it's a lot easier for him to get into the US.


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