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18 Oct 2019
As you are a US citizen, immigration law gives permission for sponsoring a non-immigrant visa for bringing your fiancé to the US, get married, and live as a family. After marriage, you can also sponsor your married spouse’s application for permanent resident status and then citizenship. Here you will get to know the steps, timeline, and requirements for the whole process.

Requirements for K-1 Visa Application

Here we discuss the eligibility requirements for both the foreign national beneficiary and the US citizen petitioner.

•  Must be a US citizen (Note: A permanent US resident is not eligible for sponsoring a fiancé visa)

•  Both of you must be eligible to marry

•  Your finance and you should prove that you have an intention for...

30 Jul 2019
As the name suggests K1 fiance visa ( ) is for the fiancé or fiancée. Any person who is the citizen of the United States and want to bring his/her engaged foreigner partner in the U.S. to get married. The U.S. national is called the petitioner and must file the form I-129F, Petition for Alien Fiancé(e), as the first step of obtaining K1 visa. There are certain eligibility criteria for the petitioner and the applicant, document requirement and an interview of the applicant in person with the visa official. After the marriage happens within the 90 days, the fiancé(e) may apply for permanent resident status in the U.S. (Green Card).

Eligibility for K1 visa

•  The petitioner must be a citizen of the United...

26 Apr 2019
The K1 visa is a nonimmigrant visa for a foreign citizen fiancé of a United States citizen. If your fiancé is from the outside of the United States and wants to travel to the United States and marry you, then he or she has to apply for the K1 nonimmigrant visa. K1 fiancé visa permits your fiancé to travel to the United States and marry you within 90 days from the date of arrival in the U.S.

So how to get K1 visa?

Here is the step by step guide on how to get K1 visa:


K1 visa ( ) petition must be filed by U.S citizen called as petitioner, with the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office that has jurisdiction over the place of residence of the petitioner. You have to file the form I-129F,...