Getting a Fiance or Spouse Visa to leave Mexico to join your husband in the USA takes a LONG time. 7 - 9 months for Fiancee.
10 to 16 months for Spouse. Its just like
shooting a rocket to Mars. You work, you prepare, you LAUNCH, then you wait. Besides dotting the "i's" and crossing the "t's", the ONLY thing you can control is how soon
you launch. In the case of immigration, its how soon you send in your complete Fiance or Spouse petition.
Simply said, "the SOONER you start, the SOONER you get here". Delaying, just stretches out the time you are separated.
Copy and Email him my phone number
or this address
In just a few minutes, I WILL set him straight. I'll teach him what needs to be done, I'll answer any questions he has. I'll clear up and make simple what seems so confusing.
The sooner he calls, the sooner you start your happy life in the USA.
Mexican Fiancee + Spouse Visa Help
(this video is specially made for your Spanish Speaking Mexican fiancee or spouse, to help her understand how I personally guide you through this complicated immigration process)
Mexican Spanish Fiancee + Spousal Visa Help Message
Click here to view the English Version of the above Video
Let me do ALL the work for you.
I guide my clients through the whole process, starting with strategy to help you ANTICIPATE what the consulate you are dealing with wants, helping you to plan trips, and collect evidences, from a personalized, detailed "kitchen sink" document and photo check list, to preparing an AWESOME petition that because it is complete, and thorough, and well organized, and tells your story in the most believable way, paves the way for your Fiancee to have a sucessful AND pleasant interview. Not only do I prepare the intitial petition, but I ALSO stay with you all the way through the time we wait for USCIS to approve, providing guidance on police certificates, vaccinations and interview questions, then in the final run-up to the interview, show you how to schedule the earliest appointment and lastly
I upload to your private page,
completed forms for your Fiance(e) to sign to take to the interview at the consulate
in Juarez, guidance to complete the new online DS-260 form required by Juarez,
detailed instructions on scheduluing her appointment at the nearest Applicant Service Center (ASC)
so she can submit biometric information (fingerprints, photos), then detailed instructions
on obtaining chest x-ray and blood tests at Clinica Medical International, Cd. Juarez,
or Servicios Medicos, Cd. Juarez, paying the visa application fees by Phone using Credit Cards,
or in person at Scotiabank or Banamex, and finally details on exactly what needs to be done,
what you and your Fiance(e) should do to prepare for the interview, a
list of 120 most likely interview questions for you to practice, a completed
affidavit of support for your signature.
By Fred Wahl