Fiancée visa for fiancée from Russia
Our client is a US citizen who met his fiancee, a Russian citizen living in Belarus, two years ago. They kept in touch and met one year later when my client visited Belarus. My client is divorced and his fiancée is widow. After he returned from his trip, he visited our office and retained us to get a fiancée visa for his fiancée.
First, we filed a petition for a fiancée, which took four months to approved. Then, the case was sent to the National Visa Center and from the National Visa Center to the U.S. Embassy in Warsaw, Poland where is done the
fiancée (K-1) visas processing for residents of Belarus. We prepared the
fiancée (K-1) visa application and affidavit of support and prepared the
fiancée for the interview. The interview went smoothly just before the US Embassy suspended its regular visa service due coronavirus pandemic. The fiancée obtained her fiancée (K-1) visa valid for five (5) months. Congratulations!
Please note that this article does not constitute a legal advice. We simplified the law in order to outline the fiancée (K-1) visa process. If you would like to discuss if you may qualify for fiancée (K-1) visa, call our experienced
fiancée (K-1) visa attorney at 480-425-2009 or contact an experienced
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