Puerto Rico is a US territory. Technically you should have no issues traveling there if you came to the States on a K1 visa. Perhaps you plan a honeymoon in Puerto Rico or perform some other traveling before adjusting your status. This should not pose an issue as you don't cross through customs in most cases. If you're taking a cruise and going to be leaving the US, that could become an issue, as you couldn't re-enter. The K1 visa is a single-entry visa. You won't, however, be able to leave the US and re-enter on a K1 visa.

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