Beneficiary who marries a K-1 petitioner within 90 days after admission into the United States, but subsequently divorces, can still adjust status based on the original K-1 marriage, as long as an I-864 was filed by the petitioner, and the beneficiary can prove that the marriage was bona fide. The practice pointer explains when USCIS will accept a signed I-864 from the K-1 petitioner.

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Matter of Sesay Applicability to Former K-1 Fiancés