If you’re a foreign citizen who is engaged to be married to a U.S. citizen, you may be able to use a K-1 visa to come to get married and reside permanently.
Any time there has been denial, excessive wait time, the need for a waiver, or any other complication, we highly recommend that you speak with an attorney.
USCIS reviews immigrant visa petitions filed on behalf of a same-sex spouse in the same manner as those filed on behalf of an opposite-sex spouse.
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.
As one of the very first steps of the fiancé visa process, both you and your alien fiancé will have to pass a thorough background check.
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.
If you want to bring your alien fiancé into the United States, you will need to file an I-129F Petition for Alien Fiancé with USCIS.
While USCIS is more than willing to fulfill your request for a fiancé visa, you must first convince them that your relationship is legitimate.
Misinterpreting a word can cause further delays in your application process so it is important to fully understand the lingo during the application process.