WHAT IS A FIANCÉ VISA?
OUR NEW YORK CITY IMMIGRATION LAWYER EXPLAINS IT ALL
Getting married is one of the most exciting and happiest events to happen in your life, but things can become complicated when your betrothed is in a different country than you are. You may find yourself stressing over matters like trying to receive a visa before the wedding. Many applicants find that the visa system is very complex and they struggle to understand it.
At the Fisher Legal Group, we understand that planning a wedding can already be a lot to handle without the added tension of attaining a visa. Our New York City immigration attorney is dedicated to assisting your needs with efficiency and focus.
Get started with an initial consultation and speak with our immigration lawyer!
AM I ELIGIBLE FOR A FIANCÉ VISA?
A fiancé visa, also known as a K-1 visa, is available to U.S. citizens seeking to bring their foreign, non-citizen fiancé into the country. It is common for the U.S. citizen to petition for the visa on behalf of their partner.
If you are petitioning for your fiancé, there are certain qualifications to expect:
- You must be a U.S. Citizen
- That you intend to be married within 90 days
- Both parties are free to marry
- You met in person at least once within the last two years
If you successfully attain a K-1, the visa only allows your partner to enter the U.S. for 90 days. This is a small window of time, so most couples make arrangements for the wedding to occur right away. Make your wedding plans flexible, since it isn’t clear how long it will take to get the visa.
FOR LEGAL SUPPORT, CONTACT OUR FIRM
Your wedding should be a time of joy and excitement, not worrying about your immigration visa. The Fisher Legal Group understands that no one wants to start their marriage with immigration law issues. Our New York City immigration lawyer is experienced in the process needed to quickly and smoothly apply for a fiancé visa. We can help you relieve some of the pressure for your upcoming marriage and allow you to focus on your wedding.
If you are in New York City and have questions about the visa application process, call our firm at (646) 453-4170!
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