This is because we provide the information we want the consular officer to see, 'up front' as
part of the petition submitted originally to USCIS. The consular officer will typically review the package prior to the interview.
When he reads the extensive and persuasive evidence that we have logically laid out for him, he should be convinced of the 'bone fides'
of the relationship before the interview even starts.
This makes asking any remaining questions more a formality than a fact finding, interrogation, and leaves very little for the consular officer to say besides 'Welcome to America'.
It certainly requires extra work and effort, to produce a 100 to 150 page petition, versus a few dozen pages that most un-motivated preparers are willing to submit, but the benefit is PRICELESS as it results in of taking the pressure off of your fiancee, and improves chances of SUCCESS.
You want to bring your fiance to the US as quickly as possible, without anxiety, and for a reasonable cost, right? Then we're on the same page.
My sole focus is helping couples navigate the complicated US fiancee visa requirements with ease so they can obtain their K1 fiancee or CR1 Marriage Visa and be united permanently.
This isn't just a business for me.
I petitioned successfully for MY wife, (AND my Fiancee) too.
I genuinely care, and I work with you one-on-one throughout the entire process until you succeed. My edge is that I offer unique support that comes from 35 years of experience helping many hundreds of real couples like you. Their stories and their experiences are the foundation of "what really works" in addition to following the fiance + spousal visa procedures.
"Hello, Fred. Sammi's K1 visa was approved on Tuesday morning in Guangzhou. Thank you very much for your excellent preparation of the petition and for the training to allow us to prepare the additional evidence and all documents for the interview phase. I will be looking to you for further information and help for the next phases at the appropriate time."
Theodore + Sammi, fiancees from China
EXTRA Effort Pays Off
More and more of my clients today come to me after being denied their fiance visas because they hired the wrong person to help them the first time around. Mistakes made by not knowing how the system works can cost you an extra year or more of separation from your fiancee.
My experienced help is the BEST INSURANCE you can get to avoid heartache and loneliness. I am a bonded Immigration Consultant and have been vetted by the FBI & Department of Justice.
If you and your fiance are tired of waiting, and you're ready to be united permanently, go ahead and call to speak to me personally now. Otherwise, I always reply promptly to messages or emails.
Just call and say, "What is the Fiance Visa process so we can start our lives together?" I'll let you know what to expect, the costs, and what you can do right away to get started.
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"Hi, Fred. It's Crystal, Christopher's fiance. I just wanted to drop by quick and let you know that I am now here in the US with the love of my life. We are very grateful for your help and patience in working with our visa application."
Christopher + Crystal, Fiancees from Philippines
First of all you must have a real courtship and relationship and you plan to marry.
Then check that you both meet the Fiance Visa eligibility requirements: You are a US citizen. You both are currently 'free to marry'. You earn over $15,510 annually. You have met each other 'face to face' within the past two years.
You must be able to 'prove' that you have a real, genuine, 'bone fide' relationship. You do this with a combination of correspondences, photos, letters, plane tickets, etc.
You should make sure that you build a solid 'paper trail' of the communications of your relationship. This means itemized telephone records, emails, instant messages, voip calls, snail mail, mailing receipts, etc. If you use prepaid cards make sure yours gives you an itemized call list, or switch to the Prepaid Card that Provides Intemized Call logs that I personally use and recommend.
When traveling to visit your fiancee, take plenty of photos, vary the shots, locations, wardrobes. Meet her family, and friends. Document with photos. Turn date stamping on. See my youtube video on Choosing which photos to Submit with Fiance Visa Petition.
Don't move too quickly. Couples who instantly fall in love and get engaged or married may be suspected of fraud. Go slowly, build your relationship.
Don't let too much time elapse between trips. The longer the separation, the more suspect the relationship is viewed. I recommend travel to meet with your Fiancee every 6 to 9 months.
Once your relationship has developed, and you have made at least one trip, and you have abundant proof of your relatonship. Then you submit your petition for the visa, to USCIS Homeland Security.
About 6 to 9 months later your Fiancee will be asked to come to the US Embassy or Consulate located in her country to have her interview. If all goes well she is granted her visa, comes to the USA and you can marry.
Once you marry, she applies for her Green Card after Fiance Visa and remains with you.
By Fred Wahl