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U.S. Fiancé (K-1) Visa Expert Attorney

Love knows no bounds, and neither does the U.S. immigration
process. Unfortunately, even the slightest misstep in the visa
application process can lead to heartache and delays in your
relationship. Olubusayo Fasidi is an experienced U.S. immigration
attorney who specializes in helping foreign citizens to obtain
fiancé (e) visas (also known as K-1 visas). Ms. Fasidi understands
the ins and outs of the visa application process and can help you
navigate the process as smoothly as possible. Whether you’re just
starting to plan your wedding or you’ve already tied the knot, our
law office can help you every step of the way.

What is a Fiancé (e) Visa?

A fiancé visa is a nonimmigrant visa that allows the
foreign-citizen fiancé of a U.S. citizen to enter the United
States for the purpose of getting married. Once the marriage
occurs, the foreign-citizen spouse can apply for permanent
residence (a green card).

How Does the Fiancé (e) Visa Process Work?

The first step in the process is for the U.S. citizen to file
a petition with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services
(USCIS). Once USCIS approves the petition, it is forwarded to
the U.S. Department of State’s National Visa Center (NVC). The
NVC will then send the petition to the U.S. embassy or
consulate where the foreign-citizen fiancé lives.
The foreign-citizen fiancé will then need to attend an
interview at the U.S. embassy or consulate, at which time he
or she will need to present evidence that the relationship is
genuine and that there are no legal impediments to the
marriage. If the visa is approved, the foreign-citizen fiancé
will be issued a visa and allowed to enter the United States.
The marriage must then take place within 90 days of arrival in
the United States.

What Are the Requirements for a Fiancé (e) Visa?

To qualify for a fiancé visa, the following requirements must be

  • The U.S. citizen petitioner must be at least 21 years of
  • The U.S. citizen petitioner and the foreign-citizen fiancé
    must be free to marry;
  • The U.S. citizen petitioner and the foreign-citizen fiancé
    must have physically met each other in person within the
    past two years, unless certain exceptions apply; and
  • The U.S. citizen petitioner must demonstrate that he or
    she has the financial means to support the foreign-citizen
    fiancé in the United States.

What Are the Benefits of a Fiancé (e) Visa?

There are many benefits to obtaining a fiancé visa, including:

  • Allowing you to be together in the United States while you
    prepare for your wedding;
  • Giving you time to get to know each other better before
    getting married;
  • Allowing you to avoid the hassle and expense of traveling
    back and forth between your home countries; and
  • Giving you the peace of mind of knowing that you are legally
    allowed to be in the United States.

What Are the Costs Associated with a Fiancé Visa?

A fiancé visa petition costs $535, which must be paid to USCIS
when the petition is filed. In addition, a visa application
fee must be paid by the foreign-citizen fiancé when he or she
attends the visa interview at the U.S. embassy or consulate.

How Can a K-1 Visa Attorney Help?

A K-1 visa attorney can help you navigate the complex and often
confusing process of applying for a K-1 visa. The immigration
law office of Olubusayo Fasidi will:

  • Help you gather the required documentation:
    Including proof of your relationship with your fiancé and
    evidence of your intent to marry.
  • Prepare for the interview with the consular

    Ensure you are familiar with the process and have all the
    necessary documents.
  • Provide guidance throughout the process:
    Ensuring that you understand each step of the process and
    what is required of you.
  • Help you avoid avoidable delays: Time is of
    the essence when applying for a fiancé visa. The immigration
    law office of Olubusayo Fasidi PC can help you avoid common
    mistakes that can cause delays in the process.
  • Help you petition for your children: If
    you have children who are under the age of 21 and unmarried,
    they may be eligible to accompany you to the United States
    on a K-2 visa. Our expert immigration law team can help you
    file a petition for your children.
  • Advise you on the next steps after marriage:
    Once you are married, you will need to take additional steps
    to adjust your status and obtain a green card. We can also
    help you with this process.
  • Represent you in any removal proceedings:
    If your fiancé is placed in removal proceedings, the
    immigration law office of Olubusayo Fasidi PC can help. We
    have a wealth of experience in representing clients in
    removal proceedings and can help you navigate this complex
  • Walk with you through any other immigration issues you
    may have:

    Sometimes, couples encounter problems after marriage. If you
    have any other immigration-related issues, the immigration
    law office of Olubusayo Fasidi PC can help.
There are many quotas that the government has placed on the
number of fiancé visas that can be issued each year. To stand
a chance of moving to the United States, it is important to
have an experienced attorney who can help you through the
process and ensure that your application is complete and

Talk to a Fiancé (K-1) Immigration Visa Lawyer Today

Raise your chances of success in getting a fiancé visa by
talking with an immigration attorney. Olubusayo Fasidi is an
experienced immigration lawyer who can help you understand your
options and take the best steps to secure a fiancé visa for your
loved one. Call us at +1 281 903 4473 or
contact us online to set up a consultation.

You don’t need to navigate this intricate journey alone. Reach out to us today and allow us to guide you



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