K1 Fiancee Visa Process: 12 easy steps

K1 Fiancee Visa Process: 12 easy steps

This is Fred Wahl the VisaCoach Todays topic is: the 12 Steps to K1 Fiance
Visa Approval Visa Coach Fast, Easy and Personal I am Fred Wahl, the VisaCoach, I am known
for the personal one-on-one relationship that WE share, (thats you, me and your partner),
as WE work together, as a TEAM, to overcome the many challenges of immigration, Don’t risk your happiness, Don’t go this course
alone. Alone, its too easy for you to make mistakes
that cause tears, delays and expensive denials. Do Pick up the Phone and speak with me directly,
so that, you and I,can get to know each other. This is the free consultation I talk about
later. If we are compatible, thats the beginning
of our beautiful relationship to get you the immigration approvals you need. This is what two of my clients Steve and Olga,
had to say: Olga comes from Ukraine and I helped her get
her Fiance visa., Since this was my first time dealing with
US Immigration it was a very intimidating and time consuming but Fred had a well organized
system that led us through the entire process smoothly without any hitches. If I had any questions, Fred always quickly
returned the call or emailed back the next day. He left no stone un-turned and it was smooth
sailing from the start. Fred was very thorough and
went over and above to show us what was required from us to show as proofs of our relationship. When we went to our interview I admit I was
nervous, but Fred’s professionally organized documentation made it quick and easy for us
to prove everything the Interviewer wanted to know. Fred provided all our information in an orderly
systematic legal document style format with index
tabs that made it easy for the interviewer to find exactly what he was looking for and
we coasted through the interview in just 20 minutes. Fred even provided us with sample
hypothetical questions that might be asked of us which my wife and I studied,
and when it came time for the interview, we were confident and had no surprises. Everything went very smoothly. Fred not only delivered what he promised,
he over delivered! I highly recommend Fred’s service. He is a true professional at what he does. The money was well spent. I have no regrets for hiring him. I would not hesitate to use him again in the
future. Thanks again Fred for helping us through the
process. We owe you our thanks and gratitude. Now, lets talk about the 12 Steps to K1 Fiance
Visa Approval Getting your foreign fiancee to the USA is
quite complicated. We need to deal with two separate
departments of the US government USCIS which is part of homeland security as well as the
Department of State. They each have their own requirements forms
and hurdles that must be overcome. Since your future “happy ever after” is at
stake it is important, no, it is essential, that each step the carefully accomplished. That is why here at VisaCoach we have set
up clear and well thought out procedures that we follow for each and every case. This way we know that every T is crossed and
every I is dotted to ensure a visa approval. This is a much too important life-changing
process to leave anything to chance. Here goes. Step one: Personal Consultation. Unlike attorneys and cheap computerized/robot
type document preparers, I offer a very personal service. I get to know my couples well, and we work
together as a team to accompish your goals. The truth is, getting a visa for your fiance
is only a first step. After
the wedding, there’s more to do. There will be obtaining conditional permanent
residency, then unconditional permanent residency, then
US Citizenship. Usually I work closely
with a couple for all these steps and we are together as long as it takes, usually for
about 5 to 6 years. To enjoy our good personal relationship that
will last, I strongly believe that we should start off on the right foot, by
getting to know which other first, and making sure
we are a good match from the “get go”. Thats why I invite you to first, speak with
me directly on the telephone or on Skype. The is the “free eligibility consultation”
I talk about at the end of this video. I want to get to know you and the details
of your courtship, and your goals, and your problems or red flags. That,way once I get to know you I can
suggest the best visa for you. And IF we both feel compatible, and IF I believe
I really CAN bring someting to the party to help make your goals
come true. I’ll offer my services and tell you
exactly what I can do to help. Step two: Get Started. Background Info So we decided we are compatible and now full
speed ahead to get your visa. First I send you via email a “get started
kit”. It includes questions for you to
answer that will give me the detailed backround information that will answer the questions
that will be asked by USCIS, the National Visa Center, and finally at the Consulate. I am going to ask you all the questions I
anticipate for the entire process. Cause it
is more efficient, you only have to do your “homework” once, AND because it gives
me a chance to see the WHOLE picture. Cause if there are any issues, or red flags,
I want to know about them as early as possible, so
we can figure out early the best way to handle them. Step three: VisaCoach audit When I receive your response to the questions
I an not going to act like a computer or robot just to paste in your answers. And say “hey we’re done”. Instead I am going to AUDIT and review each
of your answers, to make sure we do not accidentally trigger
alarm bells at immigration. I am going to review (but I am on your side)
what immigration will be looking for. I review your answers to make sure there are
no inconsistency, illogic, omissions, or gaps. I’ll go back to you (as needed) with questions
on anything that I find needs clarification. I’ll work
back and forth with you and your fiance until we have a clean set of data. And then we can move forward Step four: Custom Personal Checklist After auditing and vetting your background
details I know your situation very well. Using this knowledge I customize for you a
detailed checklist outlining all the documents, photographs and various evidences
I want you to send me, because based on my experience with other cases, I
think these can “win your case”. Remember from the other videos I have recorded,
that my signature philosophy is that we can “win” approval of your case
BEFORE the interview even starts by providing the consular officer what he needs
to have, for him to be confident to approve. You use the checklist I have prepared to go
far beyond the “usual suspects” of required civil documents
and find then send me the type of evidences that go far beyond demonstrating BASIC eligibility,
that instead demonstrate, multiple ways that yours is a genuine and honest relationship
that merits approval. If you can give me what I am asking for, your
fiance should be on her way home Step five: Processing your shoebox. I call the set of evidences, documents and
photographs you send me, the “shoebox”. This is based upon my and maybe your family
experience to where my mother kept bulky family heirlooms and treasures such as bronzed baby
shoes, dried flowers from the prom, special letters,
and the like in a shoebox in her closet. So after collecting your keepsakes and
memories, from your courtship as well as your civil documents. Then mail me your shoebox. Once it arrives I literally turn off the phones
to review to handle to examine each and every piece you have given me. I plan to handpick the best of the best.This
is trully a situation where there is more Art then Science. I want to tell your full story to make the
strongest case to win your visa’s approval. There has to be enough to tell your story
to best effect, but the consular officer is busy. He won’t have much time nor patience. So I choose the right amount, not too much
to divert the officers attention or make him feel
we are “padding” the evidence, but just the right amount to make a convincing logical
point, then to give him time to go on to the next
convincing point, and so on. By the end of
his review I hope we have scored many points to convince him to say yes. Remember, I want you to win. I believe if we show the right evidences and
the right amount of evidences that the consular officer will
approve. If after I have gone through
your shoebox, I don’t feel you have given me your best, given me all I expect you
should have. I will go back to you and ask for more. It’s really critical to “touch all
the bases” in putting together your Front Loaded Petition. We only have one chance with the consular
officer to make a “good first impression”. So
we have to do our best, now. If needed, I will go back to you with suggestions
and ideas on how we could dig deeper, and improve
the chances to win your case. Step six: Relationship letter In order to improve your case’s chance of
success, I recommend including with your petition a detailed and persuasive letter
addressed to the consular officer that tells your honest story. Together we craft this letter to present you
and your fiancé as a sincere and deserving couple who are
honest and should be granted a chance to have a life together. And in case you’ve got red flags, here is
where we take the opportunity to tell your side
of the story, and explain the reasons why the red flag is not a valid reason to deny. Step seven. Front Loaded Petition Once I am confident your presentation is as
strong as it can be. I will wrap up, by
assembling your petition in a bound, tabbed, indexed package that is the way USCIS
likes it. I speed it to you via priority mail. For you to review, sign and send off to
USCIS. I’ll show you exactly how to write your check,
and where and how to mail the package. Step eight: USCIS USCIS will review your case and even get the
FBI on board to run a background check on you. While waiting for USCIS to finish their work,
I update you and your fiancé on what to do while waiting, such as getting
an early start on police clearances, singleness certificates, medical records, income proofs,
as well as practicing sample interview questions. Step nine: National Visa Center Once USCIS is satisfied, your petition is
passed on to the National Visa Center (NVC). NVC
touches your file then passes the case overseas to the consulate handling your case. Step 10: Consulate Interview Before your case arrives at the consulate
I provide you with detailed instructions on what is going on at the consulate and what
their current requirements are. I will give
you a step by step guide specific to your consulate on how to pay final fees, arrange
the medical exam, and schedule the interview. I also provide a detailed checklist on what
critical items your fiance MUST hand carry to the interview. During these final stressful hours I work
closely with you to make sure your fiance is calm and well prepared, ready for
a successful interview Step 11: Welcome to USA Once the visa is approved, I go over any exit
procedures your Fiance must follow to leave her country and then prepare her for
what is going to happen to her on arrival to the USA when she goes through the first
customs check point. And finally I will
reconfirm with you the need to marry within 90 days of arrival, and to apply for
Permanent Residency. Step 12: Continuing support As I mentioned earlier. Getting a visa to enter the USA is just the
first Step. To stay
for the next 2 years, you must apply for Adjustment of Status to get a conditional Green Card. To stay after 2 years, need to apply to remove
the conditions, then upgrade to non-restricted permanent residency. A year after that US citizenship is on the
table, if that is what your ex-fiance, now your current spouse wants. US immigration is not your enemy. But not your friend either.That is why it
is important to have VisaCoach on your side, to get your fiance
visa, and for the next steps too. This was Fred Wahl, The VisaCoach Please “like” or add your comments to this
video. Then go to VisaCoach.com and sign up for the
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immigration. And its free of charge. Finally, when you are ready to get started,
call for your free consultation and speak with me directly, Before starting on your immigration adventure,
before entering an arcane maze of rules, regulations and procedures, before commiting
yourself to a risky path that could mean an end to your happiness, speak with
the VisaCoach and ask for his Free Consultation. He listens to you to learn the red flags and
strengths of your case, your eligibility and goals. He will suggest which visa is right for you,
the best strategy to get it, and how soon your love could join you. The friendly advice and wisdom he’ll freely
share with you, might make the difference between
approval and denial, and could save you months, or years, of lonliness and separation. What have you got to lose? Book your free consultation today.


  • Ali Hussein

    October 24, 2016

    My case has been returned to uscis and today i checked my case process and it has been updated 24th october and still its in administrative process what shld i do

  • Muhamed Ismail

    October 28, 2016

    we met on may 2 2016 on facebook. we got married on september 27 2016. we are ready to mail off our cr1 visa application for my husband who is from egypt. this is the first and only time that i have visited him and we are a bit concerned that that is too short of time. we are afraid we will get denied because of this. we are close in age just three years apart. both of us have never been married before. we have alot of evidence to show like emails lots of phone calls and text messages between us. we have lots of photos of the different places we visited along with the uber receipts. we have alot of photos too of me with his family. we are both the same religion. we dont have mutual property yet or bank account. what are our chances of getting approved? what are the chances of getting denied?

  • Clint P

    February 20, 2018

    Hey there Mr.Wahl! I was wondering, I took the leap to move overseas to live with my finacee. Three years I have been here to be exact. We have decided to file for the k1. Does this strengthen our chances? Obviously we have hundreds of pictures and receipts and things of that nature.
    Another question, I have a travel card that I have been using for the time being here, is it worth showing some of the transactions? Or is that too much…?

  • Joy Shiko

    March 29, 2019

    Hi, I’m Joyce from Kenya. My fiancé and I filled a k1 visa, it has gone through all the processes but we are stuck at booking for an appointment and paying the visa fee. I got an email from the consulate guiding me on where to pay my fees but they haven’t given the process taken. I went to post bank, which was one of the processes that said we can use to pay but I was asked for an mrv slip. I searched for that slip but I couldn’t get it. Kindly help on the process to which I can access the slip. TIA.


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