2018 K1 Fiance visa requirements

To be eligible for a K1 visa in 2018, the American sponsor and foreign Fiancee must meet 15 major requirements, including being “free to marry”, having a “bona fide relationship”, intending to marry within 90 days of arrival, the Sponsor being a US citizen, and having Income above the poverty level for his or her State and so on.
http://imm.guru/eligbl

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Recent Testimonials from Visa Coach’s Immigration clients


​The VisaCoach (Fred Wahl) provided a very satisfactory experience, successfully assisting us throughout
the entire process of obtaining a K1 visa for my fiancée.

Fred was always there working closely with us to resolve any difficulties to ensure a successful
conclusion. With this success, I now look forward to working with him again, this time in the application
for her adjustment of status to permanent resident, and her full incorporation into American society.

​Jim + Mai (Fiancee from Vietnam)​ (2nd Half Support for Ongoing Case)
http://www.visacoach.com/testimonials.html

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2018 Adjustment of Status Sponsor’s Financial Eligibility Requirements

#VisaCoach Video on 2018 Adjustment of Status Sponsor Income Requirements

In order to sponsor for your spouse to obtain a Green Card after marriage, you the US Citizen or Lawful Resident must demonstrate you have enough income so that you can financially maintain your spouse, and household 125% above the national poverty threshold level. In 2018 the guideline for a two person household has risen to $20,575, increased by $275 from last year

As of March 2018, for residents in the continental US
the Financial Eligibility requirements
for Permanent residency are as follows.

Required Annual Income
$20,575, if 2 Persons in Family or Household
$25,975, if 3 Persons in Family or Household
$31,375, if 4 Persons in Family or Household

For each Additional person add $5,400

The Financial eligibility thresholds are lower for
active military, and higher for residents of Alaska or Hawaii.
http://imm.guru/gc07

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Recent Testimonials from Visa Coach’s Immigration clients


I watched Fred videos for months and already knew I would work with him when me and my fiancé decide a date to file.

He prepared us for the uncertainty and advised us on what could happen. We had to deal with two different governments and having a major red flag so the process of course became very stressful.

But when you have someone like Fred on yourself you become more optimistic and in turn our results happened in our favor.

Thank you so much Fred now on to the next phase of this journey.

​Angela + ​Lister (Fiance from Cuba)
http://www.visacoach.com/testimonials.html

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Recent Testimonials from Visa Coach’s Immigration clients


Mr. Wahl:

Thanks for helping get Loan her K1 visa. Your guidance was very helpful.To me the whole process was confusing. The USCIS website tries to cover every situation and was frustrating.

After following your instructions for the petition I believe the interview was only to verify her identity. She was only asked 3-4 simple questions.

Larry + Loan (Fiancee from Vietnam)
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Fiance Visa Delays due to Social media vetting

#VisaCoach Video on K1 Fiance Visa Delays due to Social Media vetting

A program requiring Fiance and Spouse visa applicants to provide detailed social media and telephone details is being implemented at US Embassies and Consulates abroad and expected to add many more months of delays before your visa is issued.

Just when we all were getting used to the delays caused by President Trump’s executive orders. He had instructed USCIS to more vigorously vet all cases with an objective to to restrict legal immigration. Just when we finally came to grips with the changes at USCIS that doubled or tripled the length of application forms, and caused most processing times to double.

Now the policy of extreme vetting, and immigration restrictionism has come to the US State Department’s consulate level.
http://imm.guru/gen90media

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Recent Testimonials from Visa Coach’s Immigration clients


Hello Mr. Fred

I don’t know how would I have done it with out you as my personal coach.

It seems very simple, fill out forms and you are set, but There’s many small steps that Mr. Fred knows, where his knowledge fills in all the blanks.

At the interview our appointment was at 9:15. We got there 30 minutes before with all the required forms. My fiancé experience a smooth process till she was waiting to be interviewed. The interviewer officer didn’t pronounce his question well my fiancé repeat some of the questions back.

She was only asked four questions her name, who was here fiancés name, if she had tattoos, and when did we meet. Before she finished her answer the official interviewer said Congratulations your Visa is a proved.

We are now going to wait and pick up the Visa here at the consulate.

Thank you Mr. Fred.

Salvador and Dulce (Fiancee from Mexico)
http://www.visacoach.com/testimonials.html

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