K-1

fiancé visas

Don't Let Immigration Forms Keep You from Happily Ever After

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So you met someone outside the U.S., and now you want to tie the knot?
Make sure you know these 5 things.
No-more-long-distance

NO MORE LONG DISTANCE

The K-Visa is for people living outside of the U.S. If your fiancé is already in the country, he or she doesn't need one.
 

For-citizens-only

FOR CITIZENS ONLY

You must be a U.S. citizen to petition for your fiancé. Legal permanent residents don't have the K-1 privilege at this time.

Be-Bona-Vide

BE BONA FIDE

You must show that you met your fiancé in person at least once during the past two years and that your relationship is legitimate.

 

Love on a deadline

LOVE ON A DEADLINE

You have 90 days from the time your fiancé enters the U.S. to get married. After the wedding, he or she can apply for residency.

All-in-the-family

ALL IN THE FAMILY

If your fiancé has children under age 21, they can get K-2 visas to accompany their parent to the U.S.

We Take Care of the Legal
You Take Care of the Love

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While you plan the wedding, we put together the application and prep your fiance for the visa interview.

 

Prove You're Bona Fide

Get a head start on the application process by collecting these documents now. They'll help show the government that your relationship is real:

  • Text messages, emails, and letters you've exchanged
  • Copies of hotel reservations and rental car bills
  • Photos of you together and with each others' family and friends
  • Captions explaining what's happening in the photos and why they're important
  • Evidence of interaction on social media
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Say "I Do" To An Easy Immigration Process

Tell us how we can help you get started with the K-1 visa, request an appointment with an attorney, or ask any questions you have. We'll get back to you within one business day and won't share your information with anyone.