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In a time of great controversy over foreign residents, the legal immigration process is considered slow nd underfunded. A review of 1,899 K1 Visas showed that the average wait from initial filing to a Consular interview is 181 days[3], with more delays possible after the interview. However, this is considered an improvement over the old-style spousal visas.

A foreigner may enter the US on a different type of visa, and then get married. However, the laws on temporary visitation are clear that the purpose of the visit must be honest. If someone has this intention to marry a US citizen when they first enter the US as a visitor (e.g. on a tourist or student visa) and then plan to remain in the US to live and work, they can be denied admission if immigration finds out that they had concealed this intention at the time of admission. This requires the tourist to be quite covert about their intentions, hiding things like engagement rings, photos of the couple together, and large amounts of personal belongings that might signify an interest in moving permanently to the US. It is important for the applicant to keep a clear intention when entering the US on any visa: are they entering to work, to study, to visit as a tourist, to do missionary work, or to immigrate (which is the only status that seems to include everything). Behavior that mixes these codified intents is, at best, frowned upon by immigration, and at worst might ultimately result in denial of visa, entry, adjustment of status, and possible deportation of the foreign national, even after a couple is legally married. They must maintain good records of their relationship and eligibility and show the government no cause whatsoever to believe that the fiancee is not eligible for permanent residency.




At the top of the list of reasons why gifts fail to please is that the giver shopped for themselves. While this may be fun for you, keep in mind that not everyone shares your favorite color, taste in decor, fashion sense, choice of literature or sports preferences.

Don't let yourself be guided by stereotypes. Not every girl loves pink, frilly clothing. Not every boy wants a football. There are women who would choose an electronic gadget over a necklace any day of the week, and men who would much rather receive a good book than a ticket to a boxing match.

Just because a person owns a pet doesn't mean that they long for pet-themed knick-knacks. They might not have much use for that dachshund poster or those cat napkin rings.

Some gifts just scream "Generic present!". If you're attending a gift exchange, there's nothing wrong with this. If, on the other hand, you're buying for a specific individual, avoid coffee mugs, baseball caps, mouse pads and so on... unless you know it's on their wish list.

Some people drop clues right and left, but for most, you'll have to play detective. Ask their friends and family what they'd like. Pay attention to what they already own, what they could use and what their interests are.

Does your recipient keep saying, "I've got to get a ... one of these days.", "this ... is ready to fall apart." or "My ... got lost / broke."? There's your gift!

Is their wardrobe heavy on a particular color combination or clothing style? Who's their favorite band, author, artist, sports team or actor? What do they do when they're not at work?

Collectors are easy to buy for. You have access to the Internet, and that means that if something exists, you can probably find it. Add to their collection or buy them a collectors' guide.

When you visit your intended recipient at home, pay attention to what's there and what's missing. Do they apologize for the lack of chairs? Have they decorated in a particular motif? Does the dog have a dog bed? Does the cat have a scratching post?

Organizational aids are usually appreciated. Do the kids have a toy chest? Are the bookshelves and CD towers overflowing? Is it time for a magazine holder? A filing cabinet? A mug rack? A knick-knack shelf?

Does your recipient have a favorite cause? Making a donation in their name serves two purposes: Making them happy and helping others. It doubles your satisfaction, too. However, this option only works for people truly dedicated to a particular non-profit.

Sometimes a homemade gift is treasured more than any store-bought item could ever be. Other times, it isn't a thing your recipient wants at all. Maybe they could use some help finishing a project or learning how to do something. Maybe they're a game enthusiast without anyone to play against. Or maybe they've been meaning to go somewhere, but didn't want to go alone. "Free" gifts can be the best ones of all!



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