The K-1 visa allows you to bring your fiancé(e) to the U.S. to get married. U.S. Citizens can file an I-129F Petition to ask USCIS to approve a K-1 visa for a fiancé(e). The U.S. Citizen and foreign national fiancé(e) must have met personally within the two years before the K-1 Petition is filed. If […]
When the K-1 non-immigrant visa is granted, the K-1 visa holder (and any K-2 child dependent) must enter the U.S. within 90 days.
The K-1 visa was only granted to allow your fiancé(e) to be married to you. He or she will now be required to return home. Your fiancé(e) will begin a period of “unlawful stay” when the K-1 admission period ends. If your fiancé(e) stays in the U.S. for more than six months but less than […]
You are required to marry within 90 days of the date of the entry of the K-1 visa holder.
Now that you are married, your fiancé(e) will file to seek an adjustment of his or her K-1 non-immigrant visa to an immigrant visa, otherwise known as a green card. Your fiancé(e) will file form I-485 Application to Adjust Status together with proof of your marriage and your Affidavit of Support. USCIS will call you […]