The Fiancé(e) visa category permits the fiancé(e) of a U.S. citizen petitioner to enter the United States for a 90-day period to marry the petitioner and apply for permanent residence.
The petitioner, US citizen fiancé(e), must first file a Fiancé(e) Petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (US CIS). All approved fiancé(e) petitions are being sent by USCIS to the National Visa Center (NVC). The NVC performs all initial procedures, after which the completed petition is sent to the appropriate U.S. Embassy overseas.
When U.S. Embassy receives the approved petition, Embassy will send foreign fiancé(e) Information Packet explaining what documents s/he must collect prior to the visa interview. After the Embassy receives acknowledgment from fiancé(e) that s/he has obtained all the supporting documents, Embassy will schedule fiancé(e) for a visa interview. After a consular officer has reviewed the case, fiancé(e) will be interviewed. If everything is in order, Embassy will return fiancé(e)s passports with visa.
Ahead of time Mrs. Hall will provide you and your fiancé(e) with checklist of required documents and detailed instructions. Mrs. Hall will prepare all the necessary forms, including fiancé(e) petition and visa application package.
Fiancé(e) visa process is quite complicated and might become frustrating. Mrs. Hall understands that you would like to be reunited with your fiancé(e) as soon as possible and will ensure that the whole process is painless.
Mrs. Hall’s goal is to provide the highest quality legal services in a timely fashion.
Mrs. Hall welcomes the opportunity to talk with you and to discuss how she may be of service.