That is also a problem, as the visa application asks about having a fiancee in the US. If he lies and says he doesn't have a fiancee, they'll catch the lie later after he marries you or if they find out about the religious ceremony you had in Nepal.
Originally Posted by usbhero
If he's going to marry you he should stay in the US until he can file for adjustment of status or switch back to H1B. Otherwise he risks being stuck outside the US for a long time.
EB3 ROW I-485 Approved: July 2007
USC: July 2013
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