USCIS has created a list of requirements you must meet before applying for a K-1 fiancé visa, such as meeting your fiancé in person.
Even though it’s your wedding we’re talking about, you don’t want to put off or forget any important immigration deadlines.
To remain in the U.S. legally after your fiancé visa expires, you must submit an application for an adjustment of status.
USCIS gives you just enough time to come to the United States, plan your wedding, and get married. In most cases, this means a 90-day window.
Yes. A fiancé visa applicant that is already married may indicate fraud to USCIS. This means that you should always dissolve a previous marriage before applying.
One condition of the fiancé visa is that you and your fiancé must marry within 90 days upon his or her arrival to the United States.