Visas for same-sex partners from countries where such marriage is not allowed

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My partner is a teacher and was granted a J-1 visa on September 25, 2019. We've been together under one roof for 5 years and undergone the rite of Holy Union since same-sex marriage is not honored in the Philippines. I would like to seek advice on the best possible way on how to go to the US. Should I still push through with the J-2 visa application or as a tourist or visitor?

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countries where such marriage is not allowed

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In these cases B-2 visa can be extended as long as the J-1 holder is in the USA. FAQ in detail...




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