Services

Fiance Visa

If you have met someone special who is a citizen of a different country, and you want to bring them, and if applicable their children, to the USA to get married, this option applies to you. The fiance visa is relatively fast and initially is the least expensive way to bring your fiance to the USA.

As a law abiding American citizen, you have the right to marry a foreigner and begin your family life together right here in the USA. However, simply marrying or wanting to marry someone doesn’t automatically let your loved one just walk across the border and get a k1 visa / fiance visa / fiancee visa.

We’re one of countries most efficient Fiance Visa Law Offices, that specialize in marriage-based immigration (fiance visa / fiancee visa / K1 visa, marriage visa, etc…). We will take you through this fiance visa process from ‘Start-to-Finish’. We’re here to help you and we offer a Multilingual Website to make everything fast and easy. Our priority is to get your case approved as quickly and stress-free as possible. Even with Affordable Prices, we provided individual service to all of our fiance visa and marriage visa clients.

Marriage Visa

If you are already married, or plan on getting married to a foreigner in the near future, this option is for you. While it takes a little longer than a fiance visa, it results directly to the ‘Green Card’ for your spouse and if applicable, children.

The marriage visa process takes 8-10 months even when you hire a Law Office or a Marriage Visa / Spouse Visa Specialist to do the paperwork for you. Imagine how long the petition will take if even one of the hundreds of details isn’t perfect. This visa process is the foundation upon which you will start your lives together in the USA, you shouldn’t leave anything to chance.

We’re a Law Office that specializes in marriage-based immigration document preparation (fiance visa, marriage visa, etc…). Our priority is to get your case approved as quickly and as stress-free as possible. Even with Affordable Prices, we provided individual service to all of our marriage visa clients.

Adjustment of Status

If your fiance came to the USA with a fiance visa, or has held another visa (student, visitor, etc…) for a while, then this option is appropriate. This process is what is required to obtain a ‘Green Card’ for the holder of a visa. Once obtained, your spouse can work and travel. The initial card is valid for 2 years.

Don’t Forget the Adjustment of Status Once your fiancee arrives in America, you will need to get married within 90 days AND apply for the Green Card / Adjustment of Status. The Adjustment of Status process is broken down below, and on its own costs $1095 for our fees.

You Only Have 90 Days to File – You must adjust your spouse’s status to a Conditional Permanent Resident. This gives them the Work Permit, Travel Permit, and the Green Card. It is a lot of paperwork, but just like with your successful K-1, you’re in good hands.

Asylum

A legal visitor to the United States who is unwilling to return to their home country for the fear of religious or other persecution may apply to stay in the United States.

Asylum allows you to remain in the United States, get work authorization, and ultimately become a ‘Green Card’ holder. Our Law Office can help you determine if you are in fact qualified to petition for asylum. If you are qualified, we can provide the legal services to file on your behalf.

In order to qualify for asylum, you must establish that you are a refugee who is unable or unwilling to return to his or her country of nationality, because of persecution or a well-founded fear of persecution on account of race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion.

This means that you must establish that race, religion, nationality, membership in a particular social group, or political opinion was or will be the main reason for your persecution or why you fear persecution. You must also file for asylum within one year of entry into the United States.

Citizenship

Once have been a Permanent Resident / Green Card holder for 3 years, and you are still married to the same US Citizen, you can apply for citizenship. Once you receive your citizenship, you will have all of the rights therein, including a US Passport.

Naturalization is the process by which U.S. citizenship is granted to a foreign citizen or national after he or she fulfills the requirements established by Congress in the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).

The process typically takes about 2-6 months, though times do vary by location. Once the petition is accepted and reviewed, you will be asked to go in for an interview with an immigration officer. You will also take an English test and a test about American History and Government. When you pass these tests and the immigration officer deems you fit for Citizenship, you will be asked to go to a swearing in ceremony. At that ceremony you will receive your Naturalization Certificate / Citizenship. You can then apply for a US Passport and have the same rights as someone born in the USA.

Parent Visas

As a law abiding citizen, you have the right to bring your parent(s) to America, but it is not easy to get a visa. The laws have changed dramatically in recent years; the government has made it even more difficult and time-consuming for families to reunite. The process is so demanding that even the smallest mistake in this process can result in Delay, Denial, and / or Deportation. Don’t risk your visa.

The parent visa process takes 8-10 months even when you hire a Law Office to do the paperwork for you. Imagine how long the petition will take if even one of the hundreds of details isn’t perfect. This visa process is the foundation upon which you will reunite your family together in the USA, you shouldn’t leave anything to chance.

Removal of Conditions

After holding a ‘Green Card’ for 21 months, you must apply for Removal of Conditions before 24 months passes. The result is a 10 year card, rather than the initial 2 year card.

The government issues a Conditional Green Card that is valid for two years initially. Once you have been married for two years to a US Citizen and with a Green Card, you are eligible to change the Conditional Card into a longer-term card. The new card will be valid for ten years.

The government allows us to file for the Removal of Conditions 90 days prior the expiration of your current card. It is extremely important to file within that 90 day window.

The process typically only takes a few months to be approved. While it is rare, the government does say that it could take up to a year to process. Because of that fact, they issue a letter stating that your permanent residence has been extended by one year once we file. Therefore you will not be out of status during the processing.

If you would like more information, please don’t hesitate to contact our Law Office. We’d be happy to answer any further questions you may have.

Same Sex Couples

Since the Repeal of DOMA We can help you! You are entitled to all of the same immigration processes that are available to opposite sex couples. Whether it be a fiance visa, a marriage visa, or an Adjustment of Status, you are eligible. Give us a call to find out more!

Accept nothing less than the best when making decisions about your future. Choose Easy Fiance Visa!

Clients Testimonials

Allen C. & Lovely Dela C.

I was very pleased to have hired EasyFianceVisa to assist me in filing my petition for a K1 visa for my fiancée. Your company’s expertise in this field was way beyond what I expected. Easy Fiancé Visa did a fantastic job in assisting my fiancée and I get her K-1 visa.

Allen C. & Lovely Dela C.
Robert and Tanya P.

Thank You EasyFianceVisa for all of your help and a VERY SPECIAL THANK YOU, THANK YOU, THANK YOU!!!!! to Maria for making me and my wife very HAPPY!!!!!

Robert and Tanya P.
Mark and Theresa P.

The visa process went smoothly and was completed in a time manner just as they said it would. My fiancée arrived in the U.S. and we married a month later. I highly recommend them to anyone seeking visa help. We can’t say enough good things about this company because they made all our dreams come true. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.

Mark and Theresa P.
Barry and Cheryl C.

I searched so many websites and asked advice from so many people who had been in the same situation, but I never felt true peace of mind until I contacted EasyFianceVisa.com. Their staff was friendly and always accessible when I had doubts or questions about anything. My fiance got her visa without any problems or delays and now we are happily married. I would recommend EasyFianceVisa.com to anyone who needs reliable and affordable help with the fiance visa process.

Barry and Cheryl C.