My fiancee from Germany is currently in the U.S.A on a tourist visa. Can we apply for a K-1 Visa while she is here?
Yes, we can file a visa petition for her while she is in the U.S.A. However, she will be required to return to Germany before her visa expires. She can then return to the U.S.A. after she interviews at the U.S. Consulate and obtains her K-1 Visa. 11) Q: When I use your services, do I need to fill out any forms? A: No, we prepare the entire petition for you and submit it directly to the USCIS. Both you and your fiancee will only be required to sign forms. 12) Q: Can I prepare these documents myself, or use a fiancee visa kit? A: You can do this yourself, but you run the risk of running into problems that can lead to long delays, or even denial of your visa petition. The USCIS process is very complicated. If your application is not prepared correctly the USCIS will contact you requesting additional information. When a problem exists, it is very common to lose several months going back and forth with the USCIS trying to settle issues. In some cases relationships will suffer because of the
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