K-1 Visas allow an immigrant to enter the United States with the purpose of marrying a US citizen within 90 days of arrival. Once married, the K-1 recipient can submit an Adjustment of Status application to obtain a Green Card (Lawful Permanent Residence).
To apply for a K-1 Fiance Visa, the applicant must:
In addition, the K-1 applicant’s fiance must not have a criminal history involving sex crimes.
If you or your fiance don’t meet one or more of these requirements, it could still be possible to obtain a K-1 Visa. However, your case should be evaluated by an immigration lawyer to give you the best chance at success.
Our firm will tell you exactly what is required to apply, gather your application information, and accurately prepare your submission to the federal government. We can have your application ready for submission within 48 business hours after receiving your information and documentation.
We also provide interview preparedness consultations to make sure you’re totally ready for the visa interview process.
After submitting your application, the government usually takes about 9 months to process your information.
A fiancé(e) visa is faster and more efficient than consular processing once you are married. It also gives your spouse an opportunity to come to the United States before getting married, which in many cases is preferable.
For K-1 Visas, we charge a flat, simple fee of $2000 dollars.
Because we believe in providing fair legal counsel to everyone chasing the American Dream, we also offer no-interest financing with an upfront payment of $500. And if you decide to pay for your consultation all at once, we also offer a 10% discount on our fees.
No One Handles Fiance(e) Visas (K-1) Cases Better than Monument Immigration
At Monument, we live and breathe immigration law. By doing immigration law and nothing else, we’re able to provide our clients with the fastest, most reliable counsel in completing their K-1 visa applications. For you, that means less waiting, fewer headaches, and more peace of mind that your immigration lawyer has your best interests in mind. Period.Learn More
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Most of the documents you submit to the government can be copies, meaning you can submit them via email or fax, or even upload through our client portal. You can also drop off or mail any of your documents to our office.
With that said, be ready to take your original documents to your interview.
Yes, glad you asked. Because there isn’t anything you can do to expedite the process after we submit your application to the government, accurately completing the application is absolutely crucial.
Please complete your online questionnaire as thoroughly and quickly as possible so we can start preparing the necessary forms immediately. That also means getting us your filing fee checks, passport photos and supporting documents right away. The sooner we get started, the sooner the government can get to work.
While we do offer interview attendance for $250, we also do everything we can to make you so well-prepared that attorney attendance won’t be necessary!
We accept checks, cash, and both debit and credit cards.
Checks or money orders should be made payable to the “U.S. Department of Homeland Security”. We can also send the check on your behalf through our trust account.
You may switch attorneys whenever you like, and you also have the right to receive a copy of your file from any previous immigration attorney.
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