Whether you’re bringing your parents, siblings, fiance, or spouse to visit or live with you in the United States, K1K3 Visas Immigration Docs is here to help. We also specialize in same-sex marriage visas!
You must be a U.S. citizen in order to obtain CR1 / IR1 Marriage Visas for your husband or wife. Receive aid and information on the process from the experts!
If you are planning to bring your foreign fiancee or spouse to the U.S., we can assist you. We have been preparing fiancee visas and spousal visas since 2002. We are among some of the oldest and most experienced visa services.
When you start the immigration process with K1K3 Visas, you can be sure you’ll finish it the same way — with us! We work closely with our clients to get them the help & information they need, nothing more or less!
As of November 2014, the Obama Administration has updated DREAM Act principles: DACA (Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals) allows illegal foreigners who were brought to the U.S. as children to remain in the U.S. and not to be deported. DACA Waiver Requirements To qualify the child must have entered the U.S. before the age of 16,[…]
We have helped hundreds of people just like you, call us let us help you with your fiancee or marriage visa. We have been in business since 2004, we know how the process works we are here for you through out the process. All calls and emails are answered by a real person, we take[…]
Acquiring a U.S. visa can be quite a tedious task, especially if you are looking to get the visa for your fiancé or spouse who is not a United States citizen. Therefore, if you are looking to marry a person from another country and bring him/her to the U.S. then you must make appropriate arrangements[…]
We do fiancée visas, marriage visas, green cards, citizenship, removal of conditions. We are successful and offer a complete package for your fiancée or marriage visa our price is $685 which includes the work on the fiancée or marriage petition & the green card filing as well. No one offers a lower price for both.[…]
Your First Meeting: You need to meet your fiancée in person you have been in contact and developed a serious relationship now it’s time to take it to the next level and meet In person. The problem is they are in another country and long distance won’t last forever. In –order to bring someone to[…]
Who helped you apply for the visa? A1: My fiancée/spouse helped me complete the application. A2: I completed the visa in my language and had it translated to English by a translator. How do you and your fiancée/spouse know each other? If your answer is through the internet…………which website? (Know this information) If[…]
Traveling to another country to meet that special someone or marry your fiancée is an exciting time; you may not be thinking of how to secure your network or what to watch out for at the internet cafes take a look at the tips I have for you. Contact our office if you would like[…]
U.S. Service Member and fiancé receive the first same sex fiancée visa!! The U.S. Embassy in the Philippines issued the first same sex fiancé visa on December 2, 2013 to Robert Cotterman and Noel Amara. Robert Cotterman, a U.S. service member recently returned from Afghanistan. The two met online about two years ago and plan to[…]