If you are wondering where to begin with K-1 visas, the attorneys at the firm of Julie Beth Jouben, P.A. in Clearwater would say that the first step is to get engaged. Once you and your fiancé are confident that you want to get married, you should consult an immigration lawyer.
Make Sure You Meet the Basic Guidelines for K-1 Visas
Before you get hung up on the nuances and application process, make sure you meet the basic guidelines required to apply for a fiancé visa. Make sure:
- You are a citizen of the United States
- Your fiancé resides outside of the U.S.
- You and your partner plan to be married within 90 days of arrival in the U.S.
- You and your loved one are old enough for marriage.
If both you and your fiancé meet these basic guidelines, then you can consider moving forward with your K-1 visas. These are not all of the rules, just the first set of basic guidelines that you must meet before taking further action in the filing process in Clearwater.
Let an Attorney Tell You Where You Stand
Once you know that you are qualified to file, it is a wise idea to discuss your situation with an attorney in Clearwater before filing for your K-1 visas. A consultation with someone who understands this area of immigration law will allow you to have a realistic understanding of where you stand. They will let you know if you meet all of the restrictions before you submit your application and spend your money on filing fees. There is nothing more frustrating for couples than waiting for many months only to be denied. Sometimes, this happens because they are missing documentation. Other times, it is due to a silly mistake that they could have avoided from the get-go had there been a professional assisting them.
Schedule Your Consultation with Julie Beth Jouben, P.A.
If you and your non-U.S. citizen fiancé are ready for marriage but need to make sure that you qualify for K-1 visas, call Julie Beth Jouben, P.A. to find out where you stand. The immigration attorneys at our firm in Clearwater can analyze your circumstances and makes sure that your application is complete and correct before filing. Do not waste your time and money on a denial — call us at 727-449-9929 today!