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K1 Fiancee Visa from Developed Countries

If your fiancee is from one of the wealthier "developed" countries of the world (England, Canada, France, Australia, etc.) she can probably get into the U.S. without a K1 fiancee visa. However, for those who intend to marry a United States citizen, the K1 visa is the appropriate visa and it is advisable for several reasons to obtain a fiancee visa before the marriage.

The biggest reason is that if your fiancee enters the U.S. by any method other than a fiancee visa the USCIS has the right to require her to depart the U.S. When this occurs US immigration laws require you to file for a spousal visa. Your wife cannot visit you in the US while the spousal visa is pending, which will take time. If your fiancee has children who will be coming to the U.S. you will have to file separate visa petitions for each child, whereas with a fiancee visa the children under twenty-one-years of age can be included in the parent's fiancee visa petition. Bottom line, the fiancee visa is the only proper method for her to use to enter the U.S. if you want to marry and have her be able to stay permanently in the U.S. with a work premit and without having to worry about being deported.

Marriage Outside the U.S.

If you marry your fiancee outside of the U.S. we can greatly speed up her getting into the U.S. by use of the newly created K3 Visa for foreign brides of U.S. citizens. However, the K3 visa requires more paperwork than a fiancee visa. Either way, if you are engaged and want a K1 fiancee visa or are married and need a K3 spousal visa, we can help you. If you will call our offices we can advise you on how best to proceed. We have been obtaining K visas since 1991. We currently obtain more than 800 K visas every year. We have filed for over 5,000 K visas and NEVER had one turned down. Our entire immigration law practice consists of obtaining the K visa from all over the world and we service clients in all 50 states.
» US Immigration Family Visas
K-1
  Fiance Visa / Fiancee Visa
H-4
Family of H-1, H-2 or H-3
  T-3
  Children of T-1
K-1 Petition
J-2
Family Members of J-1
T-4
Parents of T-1
K-1 Fiancee Visa from Developed Countries
L-2
Family Members of L-1
TD
Family Members of TN
K-1
  Ineligibility Visa Waiver
M-2
  Family Members of M-1
  U-2
  Spouses of U-1
K-1
  Additional Information
N-8
  Parent of SN-3
  U-3
  Children of U-1
K-2
  Children of K-1
  N-9
  Child of N-8
  U-4
  Parents of U-1
K-3
  Spouses of U.S. citizens
O-3
  Family of O-1 O-2
  Marriage to a US Citizen
K-4
  Children of K-3
P-4
  Family of P-1 P-2 P-3
Brothers or Sisters of U.S. Citizens
  V-1
  Spouses U.S. Residents
Q-3
  Family Members of Q-1 Visa
  Spouses or Children of Green Card Holders
V-2
  Children of U.S. Residents
R-2
  Family Members of R-1
Removal Of Conditions
V-3
Children of V-1 or V-2
S-7
  Informants to US Govt.
 
F-2
Family Members of F-1
T-2
Spouses of T-1
 
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