K1 Visa - Fiancé Visa
The K-1 visa is for foreign nationals that are engaged to be married to a U.S. citizen. The purpose of the visa is for the foreign future spouse to temporarily enter the U.S. Thereafter, the couple has 90 days to get married and apply for permanent residency. Avoid delays because of missing information or mistakes done during the application process. Our Fiancé Visa Lawyers can help you anywhere in the United States or the world!
What are the Requirements for the K1 Visa?
To be eligible to bring your fiancé(e) to the U.S. on a fiancé visa you need to meet the following requirements:
- The petitioner must be a U.S. Citizen;
- Both Petitioner and fiancé(e) are free to marry (previous marriages are legally terminated);
- Petitioner and fiancé(e) intend to marry within 90 days of entry; and
- Petitioner and fiancé(e) have met in person within the last 2 years (some exceptions apply).
Process for Obtaining a K-1 Visa
The process begins when the Petitioner files a Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) with U.S. Citizenship & Immigration Services. If USCIS recognizes the relationship between the Petitioner and Alien Fiancé(e), they notify the National Visa Center (NVC) of their approval. The NVC forwards the approval to the U.S. Embassy or consulate where the Alien fiancé(e) lives. A K-1 Visa application is submitted there, and a visa interview is conducted. If approved, the fiancé(e) has up to six (6) months for a single entry to the U.S. Upon entry to the U.S., a Customs & Border Patrol officer will make the ultimate decision about whether to admit the fiancé(e). Once in the U.S., the fiancé(e) only has 90 days to be married.
Once the couple is married, applications to adjust status to Permanent Residence (Green Card) may be filed for all K-1 and K-2 visa holders associated with the original petition.
Contact Our Immigration Lawyer in Orlando, FL
Fiancé(e) Visa Applications are complex and should be handled by a highly experienced K-1 visa attorney in Orlando. There are many steps in this process and an attorney can prevent you from making costly mistakes. If you or someone you care about is seeking a K1 Visa in the United States, please contact our experienced Fiancé Visa Attorneys today. The advice of a highly experience immigration attorney may be the difference between a denied and an approved visa application. We understand how important these cases are to our clients, so they are important to us! We have helped many clients in the past and will be happy to help you too. Call us at 407-502-3000 to setup a consultation. You may also fill out our online form located on this page and we will get back to you shortly. We have a 24-hour emergency service. Your privacy is very important to us and we will keep your information confidential.
5 Star Reviews
Our highly experienced immigration team has received numerous 5-star reviews from our Fiancée Visa clients. Below are some of them. Please follow the link to read more reviews!
Mubarak Law has helped me with 3 cases so far for my wife and family. We couldn't be more pleased with Attorney Nayef and Attorney Jose. The office staff is very proffesional and pleasant to work with. Our case was a k-1 visa to permanent resident. The office submitted our case in November 2018. In February 2019 we received our permanent resident interview and it was approved, only 3 months!!! Looking forward to working with this office again in the future.
Nayef Mubarak is an amazing lawyer. He is very knowledgeable in immigration law and is exceptionally professional. He listens intently to and never seems rushed. He has answered all of my questions to the fullest extent and explains what is going on, making sure that I understand completely. Nayef calms me down when I have been extremely anxious and scared about my finance's case! He is very passionate about his work and it definitely shows. I will absolutely recommend him to anyone in need of an outstanding immigration lawyer.
Latest Immigration Updates
Due to the massive COVID-19 outbreak in Brazil most of non-immigrant and even immigrant visas from Brazil have been suspended
On March 24th USCIS informed that they are offering a 60-day extension on deadlines for cases that have received either a denial, a request for evidence, a notice of intent to deny, or a notice of intent to revoke, due to the COVID-19 pandemic