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The fiance visa was filed/received on April 29th 2013. My fiance filed it from here and I was in the UK.
I came into the country on a tourist visa (ESTA) last Friday 7th June. They stamped me for three months. I am due to leave this Monday.
Does the fact that I am here on a Tourist Visa have any bearing on the K1 already filed (I just assumed it was okay to visit my fiance!!)? My intention previously was to go back this Monday and continue working in the UK.
Also can I stay here up to the 90 days allowed under a tourist visa and simply go back for my appointment with the US Consulate/embassy in London when they give me an appointment date?
So what you're saying is it is not a problem if I just go back on Monday like originally planned.
It would be a problem however if I stayed longer/and or applied from here.
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