Texas, Dallas K-1 Visa Guide

This is a step by step Texas and Dallas fiance visa Guide:

The USCIS Petition

Fiance visas: Dallas and the rest of Texas are under the jurisdiction of the USCIS Vermont Service Center (CSC) which is located in St. Albans, VT. The first step in the Fiance visa process is submitting the petition to the Dallas Lockbox. The lockbox accepts the petition and forwards it to the Vermont Service Center for further processing. Presently the VSC is approving our clients’ petitions in approximately 3-4 months. Once the petition is approved the file is sent to the National visa Center. The NVC is part of the US Department of State. Processing at the NVC only takes 7-14 days..

Texas and Dallas Consular Processing

Once the petition is approved by the NVC the approval is forwarded to the American embassy with jurisdiction over your fiance’s country of residence. This is usually the American embassy in your fiance’s home country, but there are some exceptions. For example, citizens of Bhutan go through consular processing in New Delhi, India. The United States does not maintain an embassy in Bhutan.

The embassy will send your fiance a package with consular forms and instructions regarding necessary supporting documentation. The forms are biographical in nature, but can be confusing (all immigration lawyers will either fill out the forms for your fiance or advise her in filling the forms out). Your fiance will need to obtain her birth certificate, passport, police certificate, divorce decree(s) and your Affidavit of Support (form I-134) before sending the appointment package back to the embassy.

It is also very important that your fiance assemble abundant proof of the romantic nature of your relationship at this time. She will need to gather phone records and emails to establish that the two of you correspond regularly. She should also gather proof of your in-person meetings such as passport copies, airline tickets and pictures together. She will bring this evidence to her embassy interview.

The Consular Interview

Once your fiance sends the initial package back to the embassy, the embassy will send her an interview date and instructions on completing the medical exam. This is almost the end of the process, however, it is also the most nerve wracking time because most fiances are very anxious about the Consular interview. We have learned that nervousness about the interview largely stems from fear of the unknown. We counter this fear by extensively preparing all of our clients for the interview. Once our clients know what to expect at the interview they are able to answer all questions in a relaxed and confident manner. Our clients are never denied the Fiance visa at the interview.

Texas and Dallas Marriage and Adjustment of Status

After your fiancee enters the United States on her Fiancee visa she has 90 days in which to marry you. After your marriage your fiancee must adjust her status to conditional permanent residency. Your new wife must file her Adjustment of Status petition at the USCIS Chicago Lockbox. The case will be processed at the USCIS National Benefits Center in Lee’s Summit, MO and at the Baltimore Field Office. We will advise you on the procedure for adjustment or for an additional fee handle your adjustment case for you. While the adjustment is pending your wife is eligible for work authorization and advance parole (permission to leave and re-enter the United States while the adjustment is pending).

If you have any further questions about the Texas and Dallas Fiance visa process or specific immigration information please feel free to contact us.

For a free evaluation of your case please call us at: (952) 544-6804


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