Category: US Fiancee Visa

Co-Sponsor for U.S. K1 Visa

If you and your fiance are applying for a US K1 visa so that you can get married in the U.S., you will need to meet the financial requirement to show that you will not need government benefits to live in the U.S. To meet the financial requirement the U.S. citizen petitioner can usually show […]

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How Many K1 Visas Can I Apply For?

In general, it is best to only apply for one K1 visa. Not only will you have found last love and a lasting relationship, U.S. immigration officials can be suspicious of people who apply for more than one K1 visa. However, it is possible to apply for multiple K1 visas. If you are the U.S. […]

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Why is it not advisable for my fiancée to apply for a US tourist visa?

It is not advisable for a Thai fiancée to apply for a tourist visa because the US Embassy, will, in almost all cases, refuse the application and advise your Thai fiancée to apply for a K1 (fiancée) visa instead. This is because a romantic relationship exists between you, the expected petitioner, and your fiancée, the […]

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US Visas for Cohabiting Partners

While US immigration law does not in general allow couples who are not legally married, there are still options available for couples to travel together. In 2011, the US government amended the instruction manual for visa officers to state that the B2 tourist visa is appropriate for members of a non-immigrant alien’s household who might […]

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US Visa Fees for 2012

On February 2, 2012 the US State Department’s Bureau of Consular Affairs announced new fees. The fee changes are effective immediately and will affect future visa applications.

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US Visa for Thai Girlfriend

Your Thai girlfriend will need a US visa to visit you in the US. The type of visa she will need depends on the reason for her trip and her intentions while she is in the US. While there are many types of visas available for Thais there are a few things to remember.

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Fiancee Visa in Thailand

Thai citizens with US citizen fiances will generally need a K1 visa to travel to the US. The K1 visa is sometimes called the “fiance visa.” It allows a US citizen to sponsor their Thai fiance for a visa so that they can marry in the US.

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US Visa Interview Appointments

The US Embassy in Bangkok and Consulate in Chaing Mai use a paid visa information service to schedule non-immigrant visa interview appointments and provide automated information about US visas. The service requires that you pay a visa information service fee to obtain a Personal Identification Number (PIN). The PIN will allow you to schedule an […]

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Compare K3 Visa to CR1 Visa

While K3 Visa and CR1 Visa are both visas for spouses of US citizens, there are differences in the application process and the rights and benefits granted to the two types of visa holders.

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US Visa Denied

If your application is denied at the Embassy interview, the consular officer will give you a form explaining why the application was denied and whether you may be eligible to apply for a waiver of inadmissibility. This is true for both immigrant and non-immigrant visa applications.

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