Legitimate russian dating
Just assume that if you met a "real" and sincere Russian/Ukrainian woman online, she'll expect that you visit her in her country first, and assume that this is the ONLY reasonable way for men to proceed.Make those assumptions and all these "Can she really get a tourist visa? I've been getting emails from 4 different Russian women.maybe people are blaming the wrong source.[Bob's Thoughts:]I'm not an immigration lawyer, so don't get caught up in too many details that may be wrong here, but the high-level view of this is pretty easy: The USCIS states directly on their websites that they assume that anyone entering the U. People in Western Europe, Australia, etc., are a fairly safe bet.Young, single women in Russia, Ukraine, etc., are NOT safe bets, so tourist visas for them are fairly rare.by Jeff (Maryland) I have been corresponding via email with someone I think though to be legitimate. She has also sent me many pictures and a copy of her passport. This shows the government that she really is coming for "tourism". There are several clues even in your short post (apart from the obvious request for money). Her emails built up this story that she was coming to the U. for work, and could work in any city she wanted, so she wanted to know what city I was in so that she could come here to be with me.She has now gotten plane fare and sent me the flight information but now says the embassy says she must prove material solvency in order to travel. First, she claims she has booked a flight prior to receiving her visa. So, in her last email before she supposedly was to fly to Moscow en route to the U.
the real authority is at the Port of Entry, where they have the right to reject the VISA, and send you back on the next flight.if that's the case that's a good scam in itself for our U. I hope someone would comment on my questions, if is not true, maybe we should demand truth from our own government and in the future everyone will know that there is no possibility to come take a vacation in America.In my humble opinion they are allowing the scams by even suggesting there is such thing as a tourist visa. Maybe not everyone wants to live in America, but the "gatekeepers" operate on that assumption and place the burden of proof, as it were, on the visa applicant to demonstrate adequate ties to their home country/community to convince them that the applicant is fairly sure to return.Anyway, I hate to be the bearer of bad news, but this is what I think. But in her email after she arrives in Moscow she says she doesn't know anyone. It is a classic, in Ukraine, Russia, and other FSU countries. I met my wife on-line, then went to visit her in her city.Feel free to reply to this post with any additional information you would like to include and I'll be happy to evaluate it too. visas are not easy for anyone since 911 the requirements are harder and require a background check. A big thing to look out for is if she is using a travel agency to help her with her papers and plane tickets. During the first meeting, we had chemistry, so she offered to get her Tourist Visa.
Her Offer to get the Visa was based on her funding it herself!