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Preparing and applying process for Fiance Visa (K1 visa)

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Earlier we write about Fiance visa and Requirement for Fiance Visa. Now it’s time to explain how to apply and what steps you need to pass to getting a Fiance Visa of K1 Visa. We collect all possible information about this topic. Let’s start!

Petition for Fiance visa process

As we wrote before, this petition for fiance visa process fulfilled and sent by American groom or bride. Almost all questions are standard for every application form or questionnaire. But, of course, have a difference. Here we collect for you some examples.

I-129F Form

The form and the instruction to the form you can download on official website USCIS here or on our site.
This form is completed and signed by the petitioner only.

The form is printed in black and white and is signed only in black ink. If you fill out the form by hand, then also write in black ink.
In accordance with the new instructions of 2017, if any of the questions don’t touching to you, then you must specify N / A or none.

Please note that the requirement of USCIS is at least one personal meeting for the last 2 years prior to filing the petition. If more than 2 years have passed since your personal meeting, and your answer is No, then you will be refused.

If you answered No, then you need to fill in paragraph 54 and describe for what reason a personal meeting is impossible. This option is possible only on religious and cultural restrictions, which will need to be confirmed and proved.

The standard answer is Yes. If you answered Yes, then in paragraph 54 you need to describe the circumstances under which a personal meeting occurred.

35. Did you meet your fiancé (e) or spouse through the services of an international marriage broker? Did you meet your bride or wife by the means of an international marriage agency?
If you met a groom through friends or in person, when you were in the US or elsewhere, or in social media, then everything is clear, put a tick in front of NO
But, if you met a groom on a dating site, then you need to find out whether this site is an international marriage agency or not. By the way, in the instructions with this form, USCIS gives a description of what he considers the IBA and what doesn’t. The groom must carefully read this!

Also you can write to the support service of the site at which you met and specifically specify whether they are an international marriage agency or not
Form I-129F Petition for alien fiancé (e) is completed only in one copy, only an American citizen signs it, your signature is no need there.

Form I-129F – Petition for alien fiancé (e) is a universal form for brides from all countries.
All forms, including this one, must be printed in black and white.

If for some reason you cannot filling the form on the computer, then the instruction is allowed to fill them by hand (also with a black pen), but still it will be better to fill everything on the computer.

G-325A Form

Do not forget that this form, like all the others, is filled only in English (except for some questions where you are asked to write your name and address in your native language).

Form G-325A – universal form for all countries.

The form should be printed only in black and white, like all other forms! After filling and printing, you only need to sign a form with a black pen. You can also fill all forms by hand (with a black pen), but still, it will be better if you fill everything on the computer.

Here you can see of example of filled G-325A form .

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Questions on the K1 visa interview

When fiance petition process is finished you need to pass the interview.

The prospective questions for the fiance visa interview can and should be prepared in advance. If your relationship is real, based on trust, love and understanding, then you can easily answer all the questions that the consul can ask you.

Nevertheless, a rare bride doesn’t catch surprise, which is exacerbated by the fact that the conversation often has to be conducted in English, so we advise you in advance to prepare for the alleged issues. We find most of the popular question for a K1 visa interview.

  • What can you tell me about your fiancé?
  • What is his name?
  • When is his birthday?
  • When and how did you meet your fiancé?
  • On what website?
  • Can you explain me, how one can find each other on the Internet?
  • How do you spend your free time together?
  • What do you call your fiancé/husband?
  • How did your friendship turn into love?
  • Why does he want to marry you?
  • What common interests do you have?
  • How long have you known each other?
  • Have you met in person?
  • How often do you meet?
  • What are the dates of the visits?
  • Do you have tickets? Show me.
  • What have you done when he came?
  • When did he come last time? When did he leave?
  • Where have you met?
  • Why did he come here?
  • Do you have photos?
  • When and where did you take these pictures?
  • Which trait do you like best about your fiancé?
  • Are you willing to marry him?
  • Why do you want to marry him?
  • When did you decide to marry?
  • When did you get engaged?
  • Why did you decide to get married so fast?
  • How do you know he is the one to fit you best?
  • Where are you from? Where is this town situated?
  • Why do you want to go to the USA to marry him?
  • Why don’t you marry in your country?
  • Where will you live when you arrive?
  • Do you know you must marry within 90 days of entering the US?
  • If you can’t marry, what are you going to do?
  • Are you going to marry him to immigrate to the USA?
  • Why are you sure that he loves you and that you will be happy forever?
  • How old are you?
  • Why do you have such a considerable age difference?
  • Why do you think you are his dream girl?
  • Do you have any plans for your wedding? What are they?
  • When do you plan to get married?
  • You haven’t lived together, how can you be sure?
  • Where in the USA will you live?
  • What you know about the city where you will live?
  • Have you visited him in the US?
  • What is his address in USA?
  • What do you know about his parents?
  • Has your fiancé/husband met your family? Have you met him?
  • What do his relatives think about you?
  • Where was he born?
  • Has he got any brothers and sisters?
  • Where do they live?
  • Are his parents alive?
  • Where do they live?
  • What’s his mother’s(father’s) name?
  • Where does she(he) come from?
  • Do they work? What is their job?
  • What do your parents think about your intent to get married?
  • Why did you fall in love with each other?
  • Do you know your fiancé/husband was divorced? When? Why?
  • How many times was he married? Why?
  • How long did his last marriage last?
  • Doesn’t it seem you unusual that he divorced not long before marrying (proposing to) you?
  • Why do you think you will be his last wife?
  • Do you know your fiancé/husband has children from the previous marriage? What are their names? Have you met them? What do they think of you?
  • Did you know that your fiance/husband had filed a petition for K1 for another woman?
  • What education has he got?
  • Where did he graduate from? When?
  • Where does he work?
  • What’s his profession?
  • What does he do at work?
  • When did he start working for his company?
  • Where is his job?
  • Do you know when he will be retired?
  • Do you know what pension he will have?
  • Are you going to live on this money?
  • How long have you been learning English?
  • How many foreign languages do you speak?
  • Do you work?
  • Do you work in your specialty?
  • What’s your profession?
  • What did you graduate from?
  • Why did you get the second higher education?
  • What do you plan to do after the arrival to the U.S.?
  • Do you plan to study in the U.S.?
  • Do you plan to work in the USA?
  • Do you plan to work in your specialty?
  • Do you know how to apply your specialization in the USA?
  • What can you do besides it?
  • What if you can’t find a job in your profession?
  • What gifts did he send to you /you send to him?
  • Does he send you money?
  • How much?
  • Do you have the receipts to prove it? Show me
  • What do you do with it?
  • What will you do if you don’t get your visa?
  • What are his hobbies?
  • What color does he like best?
  • What kind of music does he like?
  • What car does he drive?
  • What are his favorite sports?
  • What is his favorite dish?
  • What you know about his religion?
  • How you solve religious problems?
  • How do you keep in touch?
  • What color are your fiancé’s eyes?
  • What color is your fiancé’s hair?
  • What kinds of food does your fiancé like?
  • What does he like to do for fun?
  • Where did he work in the past and for how long?
  • Have you ever applied for any visa?
  • Who helped you finish documents for the visa?
  • Did you fill your forms yourself?
  • When did you file the petition?
  • Do you plan to have children?
  • Do you have children?
  • Has your fiancé/husband met your children?
  • What do they think of him? What do they call him?
  • How do you spell your fiancé’s mother name?
  • How long have you been corresponding with your fiancé(e)?
  • How often do you talk to each other?
  • Do you have brothers and sisters?
  • Have you been married before?
  • What are your hobbies and interests?
  • Does he worry about you? And about your visa? Why?
  • Do you want to get the visa?
  • Do you understand that this is not a guest but an immigrant visa ?

Cost of Fiance visa K-1

We quote the total cost of the entire process for Fiance visa USA (from filing a petition to obtaining a visa on hand):

  • The petition is $ 535 (regardless of the number of children of the bride).
  • Medical examination – $ 246 adults, $ 150 (for children under 15 years).
  • The consular fee before the interview is $ 265 (if the child is + $ 265 per child).

But we recommend you to check all price on site USCIS

Processing time for Fiance Visa (K1 Visa)

After claim a petition, passing interview you just wait for approval. Every bride or groom constantly asked how long it takes for approval, but there is no answer for this question. Someone get approve after month, someone waits for 9 months. On what principle, some are approved quickly, and others wait 30 years and 3 years is not known, it is better not to bother your head.

There are standard terms for which you need to adjust, and if you suddenly approve faster, it’s good. Officer. You can see the terms by this link.

From our team — we wish you a good luck. If you have any question or you wanted to tell us your story about Fiance visa expiries — contact with us. And we will tell your story to the world.

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