I am A united states citizen with Mexican residency, planning to marry A guatemalan/spanish that is dual resident. We're perhaps perhaps not looking for US residency on her, and probably won't for a time that is long when. But I would like to be certain there defintely won't be any issue visiting my loved ones (when you look at the US) together with her in the foreseeable future.
If we are hitched, maybe there is any trouble going into the United States together, her for a VWP ( together with her Spanish passport), me as being a resident? Or must she get a visa as family users person in A us resident?
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Yes, there might be more trouble on her going into the U.S. as time goes by. Once the partner of the resident, she can whenever you want after entering merely alter her brain and you also dudes can apply for Adjustment of Status to have a card that is green any moment. It is very easy to abuse. Consequently, the burden of her showing that she doesn't plan to remain is greater.
Some partners of U.S. residents are over over and over over repeatedly rejected U.S. tourist visas and/or entry. Some get tourist visas and/or enter on VWP without any difficulty. This will depend in the circumstances. Make certain she's got strong proof ties to her home country that she does not intend to abandon.
There is no "family member" visa in the usa. Then VWP is the right path, unless she intends to stay for more than 3 months or change status if she's coming as a tourist.
America will not give that you tourist visa. I’m in a situation that is similar.