Archive for the ‘K-1 Visa (Fiance)’ Category

I-129F Fiancé Petition Approved in 48 Days by USCIS

10/24/2013 Written by Nisha Fontaine

Recently, a young couple approached us and expressed their desire to marry each other and eventually relocate to the United States to begin their life together (at the time, the couple resided abroad together). Based on their intent to have a formal wedding ceremony in the U.S. and given their proposed timelines, we recommended that […]Read More >

Conditional Permanent Resident Approved for Naturalization under INA §319(b)

4/30/2012 Written by Brian D. Zuccaro

Earlier this month, our client, a conditional lawful permanent resident since January 2011, was approved for naturalization under INA §319(b) and administratively sworn in the same day as her naturalization interview. As background, after our client successfully entered the U.S. with a K-1 fiancé visa and married her I-129F petitioner, our office had prepared her […]Read More >

Fiancé(e) Visa vs. Spousal Immigrant Visa – Which one should we choose?

3/8/2012 Written by Nisha Fontaine

As immigration attorneys, we are often posed with this very question by couples who have recently become engaged and are trying to determine how to begin their life together in the United States. These couples have the following in common: one is a U.S. citizen and the other is a foreign national, who is usually residing […]Read More >