#VisaCoach Video on 90 Day Fiancee Rule: What is it?
By now you may have come across a reality TV show called “90 Day Fiance”. This show is about couples who after surviving a long distance romance, have received their fiance visas, and are now together in the USA. The rules for a K1 Fiance Visa are that the couple must marry before the foreign fiance has been in the USA for over 90 days. If not, then the fiance must leave returning to his or her home country on day 90. Thus the title 90 day Fiancee.
Deciding to have Fred Wahl help us through the K1 VISA Process has been legitimately one of the best decisions my wife and I have ever made.
Rachel successfully received her K1 VISA. We got married in November of 2016, and knew we would work with Fred again for her EAD and greencard. She has since received both, and we fully intend to be in touch with him again down the road to finalize the process ending in citizenship for Rachel.
It seems surreal sometimes looking back at what we’ve done to go from a couple with a dream to husband and wife living that dream. Fred was unmistakably a vital part in that process, and we will forever feel indebted to his services.
It is a great honor to share our stories and hope that we may affect other couples by suggesting that they work with Fred.
Joseph + Rachel (Fiancee Visa, and Green Card, from Lebanon)
#VisaCoach Video on How US Citizen can Marry in Philippines http://imm.guru/cr113philmarry
To marry in the Philippines an American citizen must plan his or her trip carefully to allow enough time to gather the documents needed to apply for a marriage licence, usually this includes visiting the US consulate and then to allow for the 10 day mandatory waiting period between submitting the marriage licence application In person until it is approved. Here I will explain how it all works and how to most Efficiently plan your trip.
Thank you (and Joyce) for all your guidance and professional assistance with my spouses K-1 visa and the 2 K-2 visa’s for our 12 & 16 year old children.
VisaCoach was clearly the correct choice since we are a legitimate couple and just needed to know the “ins and outs” of the process so that we didn’t get delayed. We hired VisaCoach and it turns out that the fee was very reasonable for the amount of help, guidance, and answering of numerous questions at various stages of the process. Also, when I received the first email from VisaCoach, with detailed
instructions for every application form, document checklists in various categories, hundreds of “preparation questions”, written expectations of timelines, etc. etc. this really confirmed my belief that VisaCoach was the correct choice.
We will use VisaCoach for the next part of this process (the conversion of the 2 year conditional Green Cards to a permanent Green Card)
Bill + Ida (Fiancee and Green Card from Indonesia)
#VisaCoach Video on 2018 Income requirements for K1 Fiance Visa
The 2018 requirements for financial income eligibility have been updated in March and have risen $200 from last year. To successfully petition for your fiancee to come to the USA, the US citizen sponsor must demonstrate to Immigration he or she has enough income coming in, to support future spouse, and household. The USA sponsor must have income equal to and preferably more than 100% of the poverty income level where he lives.
Our day at the embassy, this is how it went. We walked up to the interview window, it was almost like walking up to a bank teller window.
Prior to us being called up to the window, we were watching others doing their interview. I guess they are being more strict with the whole process, because some of them were taking 15 or 20 minutes. And some walked away declined, others were asked to return
with missing paperwork.
But when Shelamite and I got to the window, we were confident. According to her watch, our interview took about 4 minutes from start to finish. I’m sure it went quick because of the excellent package you put together at the start, and also important was the continued relationship package I put together, following your lead.
Kenneth + Shelamite (Fiancee + Green Card) Philippines
We want to shared our deepest happines, and shared our experiences during this event in our life. I am so pleased that my husband have chosen your service and as a result of your very organized, well detailed preparations and your very clear and precise step by step instructions in all our paper works which leads us to a successful immigrant visa approval!
This saves us from all the trouble and stressed during the interview. Having said that… the key to a seamless and successful visa interview and approval lies on how well ones paperwork’s are prepared.
Again we are very thankful for your services, and look forward for your assistance in Adjustment of Status (AOS). The instructions and time frame was accurate, during the final process, Now I’m here in the U.S.A. and now happily Married
Marygrace & Dean (Fiancee from Philippines)