Proving good moral character is an essential element of any application for U.S. citizenship. Generally, this means avoiding disqualifying factors.
When establishing good moral character, USCIS will often look at the applicant’s criminal history, as well as other submitted information.
An “engagement visa,” also called a K-1 Fiancé Visa, is a document which allows U.S. citizens to bring their immigrant fiancés into the country for a wedding.
Your fiancé’s criminal records affect on their ability to immigrate to the United States depends on several different factors.
By following appropriate procedures, and with a lawyer’s help, you may still be able to bring your fiancé to the United States in spite of your record.
While USCIS is more than willing to fulfill your request for a fiancé visa, you must first convince them that your relationship is legitimate.