Fiancé Visa Immigration Attorney
Orlando Fiancé Visa Lawyer, Camille Sebreth provides professional Fiancé Visa Immigration Law Attorney legal services in Orlando, Orange County, Kissimmee, Osceola County, Altamonte Springs, Seminole County, and Central Florida.
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When an American citizen and your fiancée is not an American Citizen, is not already legally in the United States, and your desire is to have you fiancée join you in America so that you can get married and both reside in the United States, you must file a Petition for Alien Fiancée in the United States, known as a Fiancée Visa, or a Nonimmigrant Visa for a Fiancée (K-1).
To ensure entry into the U.S. is not because of fraud or deception, the U.S. typically requires that the two people must be able to prove that they have met in person within the past two years. However, exceptions to this requirement may be granted by The Department of Homeland Security's U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS).
Because all requests for a Nonimmigrant Visa for a Fiancée (K-1) are not granted for a variety of reasons, it is important that every detail and procedure is properly followed to provide the best opportunity to successfully be granted a Fiancée Visa.
To be granted a Fiancée Visa, the fiancée must meet some of the same requirements of an immigrant visa, including, but not limited to:
- A passport valid for travel to the United States and with a validity date at least six months beyond the applicant's intended period of stay in the United States (unless country-specific agreements provide exemptions);
- Birth certificate;
- Divorce or death certificate of any previous spouse for both the applicant and the petitioner;
- Police certificate from all places lived since age 16;
- Medical examination (vaccinations are optional, see below);
- Evidence of financial support (Form I-134, Affidavit of Support may be requested.);
- Two Nonimmigrant Visa Applications, Form DS-156 (A Form DS-156, prepared in duplicate.);
- One Nonimmigrant Fiancé(e) Visa Application, Form DS-156K;
- Two nonimmigrant visa photos (each being two inches 50 X 50 mm square, showing full face, against a light background);
- Evidence of a fiancé relationship;
- Payment of fees.
After being granted a fiancée visa, your fiancée may legally enter the U.S. through a U.S. immigration port-of-entry. Once your fiancée enters the U.S., you have 90 days to get married, or the fiancée visa becomes invalid and your fiancée must leave the United States.
Call 407.556.7589 to Schedule a Confidential Legal Consultation with Orlando and Central Florida Fiancé Visa Immigration Lawyer, Camille Sebreth.