#VisaCoach Video on 5 tips to Faster K1 visa Interview
The final steps of the K1 fiance visa process is a consular interview. Here are 5 tips to smoother and faster interview leading to K1 visa approval.
We are picking up at the end of the very end K1 fiance visa application process,
the consular interview.
Many months ago, a VisaCoach high quality “front loaded” application was submitted to Homeland Security, USCIS. They completed their review to confirm that all primary eligibility evidences were present and the FBI gave you a clean bill of health. The case was passed on to the Department of State’s, National Visa Center, NVC, and now finally your fiance is on the eve of her or his final interview that determines if the visa will be granted or denied.
The following are 5 tips I give VisaCoach clients to prepare them for a fast and friendly interview.
Using VisaCoach really made the process so much easier and so much for comforting for us.
We began working with Fred, compiling information, which took a couple months to get all our photos and documents in order. We submitted our package to the USCIS in mid December 2016. We received the approval on our case at the end of March 2017. Then our case was sent to the local consulate, where we scheduled the interview in the beginning of June.
My fiance entered the US in August and we got married in September.
I don’t know where we would be without the help of VisaCoach.
The processing time for all our documents was so quick because of the expertise Mr Wahl has in compiling the right information into the perfect package. We are very thankful that the process has gone so smoothly and we wish other couples the best of luck.
Meara + Pierre (Fiance from Lebanon)
#VisaCoach Video on Visitor Visa is no substitute for Fiance Visa
More K1 Visa Mistakes: attempting to use Visitor Visa as shortcut to permanent residency. A B2 visitor visa is by definition for a short visit. To plan to use the visitor visa to stay permanently in the USA, is a misuse of the visa, is immigration fraud.
We just want to share our happiness after all the sacrifices we had during a long distance relationship. We can say that being far from your partner is so very hard. With the help of the VisaCoach we were so blessed and thankful that he helped us a along our journey through the K1 process.
In just a few months, US Embassy Manila granted us the K1 Visa approval with the coaching of VisaCoach. Every time we had a question, he was there to answer our queries quickly via calls and emails. He also created a web private page for us. On the page we could see the compilation of documents needed in the process. It was well organized and made it easier to review periodically.
Now, we’re enjoying the beauty of life as wife and husband.
Thank you so much VisaCoach and may God continue to use you as an instrument to help more couples reunite with their loved ones.
Charles + Jenny (Fiance from Philippines)
Thank you Fred!
Jose + Malou (Fiance from Philippines)
This morning, as my wife and I were driving to a social event we began reminiscing about our courtship days across continents and how supremely pleased and surprised we were to be together. It has been 1.5 years since Karen flew here from Manila.
We knew we had more than a few “red flag” areas and one which seemed nearly insurmountable, yet with your expertise it did happen. Your “beside manner” I may liken to one of the busy surgeon who more than makes up for in critical results, where pleasantries might be lacking a little. Karen and I want to once again acknowledge how good it was to have you working on our side through every step knowing that our best efforts to get a the Visa were being handled with experience and consistency of process.
To this you may wish to share this letter with, we say “Pick the Best, most Experienced Surgeon!”
Jim + Karen (Fiance Visa from Philippines)