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)
#VisaCoach Video on K1 Visa: What if your last year’s income was too low?
What if your last year’s income was too low to prove you are eligible for a Fiance Visa? Do you need to wait another year? Or can you apply sooner. Waiting until your last year’s taxable income exceeds the minimum financial eligibility requirement is a common mistake made by those not understanding the K1 visa process.
Words cannot describe how grateful I am to have found the visa coach. When I first found the visa coach website, I was very skeptical. I had many questions throughout the process, and whenever I contacted the visa coach office via email or phone, someone always responded either immediately or within a few minutes. The visa coach and his staff are incredibly friendly and very helpful.
During the process, the visa coach made us our own website to keep our documents organized. This was very helpful. He could post comments to the documents instructing us on what needed to be completed. He would also compose documents for us.
The interview was less than five minutes. My wife and I made it through the K1 visa process! We are now happily married living in southern MD. We plan to hire the Visa Coach for the next step toward citizenship. The Green Card.
Jason + Agatha
(Fiance and Green Card from Brazil)
#VisaCoach Video on K1 Fiance visa requirements 2017 k102
To be eligible for a K1 visa in 2017, the petitioner and applicant must meet 15 major requirements, including being “free to marry”, having a “bone fide relationship”, intending to marry within 90 days of arrival, and the petitioner being a US citizen, and having Income or assets above the poverty level and so on. A detailed listing follows.
Wanted to let you know how thankful Kristina and I are for all that you did so we could be together.
My advice to everyone is to have The Visa Coach help you from start to finish. After going through this process I would advise everyone not to try it alone.
Mr. Fred Wahl did an outstanding job and handled everything just as he told me he would and the process went smoothly with no problems.
Some of the best money I’ve ever spent. Thank you again.
Justin + Kristina (Fiance Visa + Green Card from Philippines)
#VisaCoach Video on How To Bring Fiancee to the USA in 2017? gen41
Your foreign Fiancee needs permission from the US government to allow her or him to enter the USA for marriage to you, and to apply for permanent residency.. This is called a K1 Fiancee visa. You must demonstrate that you are eligible to apply, and that your true agenda is a genuine life together, not immigration fraud.
When I first started looking at the K1 process I felt pretty intimidated. There were a lot of forms and the petition and workflow seemed overwhelming. On top of that I was worried about IMBRA laws since we met online on a popular dating site and I wasn’t sure if it qualified.
When I first contacted Fred and knew he was the right choice. Not only did he answer my questions about IMBRA and had tons of clients who met on the same site Vera and I met on, but he knew exactly how to get the correct documentation for UCSIS and the petition from the site.
I don’t know how I would have gotten through the whole process without Fred. He walked us through the entire process and collated all the data and documents for us and created a petition package that was simply incredible. He answered every question I sent to him, including the ridiculous ones.
Thank you Fred for helping us get through this!
Steven and Vera (Fiancee Visa from Russia)