If your honey is here in the U.S., and.... you can prove your honey has been in the U.S. long enough for the two of you to really get to know each other (60 to 90 days) to build a relationship solid enough for a long term marriage, OR you can prove you've known each other for over a year AND your honey has been here before, THEN you can marry him/her a week or two before doing a Concurrent Filing and avoid the K1 visa. Your new spouse may also stay here in the U.S. with you while the immigration paperwork is processed! Even if here on a student, work, tourist, other temporary visa, or VWP (Visa Waiver Program). See more detail below.
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"Concurrent" means the I-130 Relative visa petition for your spouse and adjustment / change of status is filed concurrently to obtain Permanent Residence in the U.S. and remain here.
Mistakes: Many couples meet on a short term visa such as a visitor, business visa, etc., where the lady or gentleman are in the U.S. for a short period of time, and then marry. The USCIS will not usually accept a concurrent filing in such case, and will send the visitor back home because they think this was either preplanned or will argue that you didn't have time enough to get to know each other well enough to marry (this is avoided if they think the meeting in the U.S. was incidental to the visitor's trip and assume you first met each other here in the U.S.). Check this out with Apex before giving up on the idea as there are mittigating circumstances in many cases.
Don't just marry and proceed without advisement, else you may step into a trap.