Visa for fiancé
I would like to know how do I get a visa for fiancé
First, you must be a United States Citizen (if you are a permanent resident then you will need to become a U.S. Citizen before you apply for a fiance visa). Also , if you have committee any crimes in the past you should speak to an immigration lawyer to make sure that you are eligible. You and your fiancée must also be free to marry. If you or your fiancée are going through a divorce then you should wait until your divorce is final before you apply for the fiancé visa. In addition, you must have met your fiancé, face to face (talking to each other via Skype does not fulfill this requirement) within the last 2 years. There are exceptions to the meeting in person in the last 2 years rule, but, if this has not been done then you will want to consult with an immigration attorney to see if you can obtain a waiver for this requirement. If you have not met her in person then you will need to go and visit her before you apply for the k1 fiancé visa. You must also meet income requirements (this is beyond the scope of this article but you need to make sure that you meet these requirements before you file your case) in order to proceed with the case.
Lawrence Gruner has almost 20 years of experience handling immigration cases. He has office locations throughout northern California. His office handles immigration cases throughout California (including San Francisco, Oakland, San Jose, San Diego and Sacramento) the United States and the World. You may reach us at 888-801-6558 . You may also email us your questions. Attorney Gruner would be happy to review your situation and all of your options.
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