OK, I have to follow guide lines and put a separate question for each post.
So here goes again.
My Filipina girlfriend wants to visit US, well to be frank, she wants to live with me in the US, but I already told her in emails that I she can visit me but I am still going to go to her country, marry her and apply for K-3 spousal Visa.
Originally, I was going to do this in a traditional manner by going to her country first, meeting the family and so on but after how she got sick with dengue and the only thing I could do was send her money, I decided to follow her wishes first and try to have her visit me first. My plan is for us to be here in America for approximately 5 months.
Of course, I am the one financing everything, including paying for her home in her country, I do not have a house here, so other than the fact that I have a child from my first marriage, I have no actual strong ties to America but we all know that proof of strong ties to the US Embassy in any country is difficult to prove to them.
Still going to marry her, but do not know if I will just move to her country or sponsor her to come to America but I have heard about how harsh the CBP officers are towards foreigners and even if they aren't a threat, they will consider a young woman, who is coming to see a friend, with a high possibility of trying to live in America and may possibly deny admission.
So my question is what is the likelihood of my girlfriend being denied admission into America, rather the case of her arriving to America alone or both of us arriving into America together?