I'm British and planning to visit my partner in Florida for Christmas. It's a long-distance relationship and we've been speaking for a while. I never thought I'd see the day when I'd find myself in a long-distance relationship but it happened.
I'm planning to visit for a month and a half or a little more, which is fine under the VWP. I will be arriving with a return ticket and enough money to support myself, plus I will be staying with my partner and his family. I'm also planning to visit my own family who lives in the U.S. I could make sure to get their address if needed for when I arrive at the airport. I will be flying to Atlanta and will be picked up by my boyfriend before driving to Florida.
I'm a nervous traveler, so this may just be me being silly, but I'm anxious about the attitude I'll receive given that it's a gay relationship. Will there be any problem entering the U.S.? I obviously plan on telling the immigration officer how the person is my partner if asked because it's the truth. I'll be arriving with around $1,000 to support myself during that time and I will also be getting money into my bank whilst away.
If this is a silly question I'm sorry but I'm just curious as to what difficulties I may face or if I'm overreacting. Thank you.