- Access to all social media accounts
- Proof of continuous communications between the couple while apart
- Additional photographs showing that the couple have spent meaningful time together
- Evidence that a marriage license has been applied for in the US
- Evidence of a marriage date
- Evidence that accommodations have been reserved for a wedding ceremony and reception
- List of guests with contact information
- Affidavits or sworn statements from parents stating that they are aware of the wedding plans of their child and approve of the marriage
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Filing For A Fiance Visa While Living And Working Overseas.
Filing for a K1 Fiancé Visa while working and living overseas is fairly common, but the process can become a bit more complicated then when applying while living and working in the US.
First, I always recommend to my overseas clients that they establish or use a mailing address in the US to receive their Immigration notices. Receiving mail overseas can sometimes be a real problem depending on the country and location. To reduce the risk that you will miss a notice, establish a mailing address in the US and a plan for receiving your mail. A PO Box or the address of a family member should work just fine.
Medical Examinations For The K1 Fiance Visa
All K1 fiancé beneficiaries must undergo a medical exam by a US Embassy approved Medical facility before being issued a K1 Fiance Visa.
The medical examination will include a review of your medical history, a present physical examination, X- rays and blood tests for drug use and identification of communicable diseases. The physical exam will look at a beneficiary’s eyes, ears, nose, throat, lungs, heart, extremities, abdomen, lymph nodes and external genitalia. Continue reading →
Checklist for submitting your I-129F Petition for Alien Fiance
- Complete all relevant sections of your I-129f Petition for Alien Fiance
What to bring to your K1 Fiance Visa interview at the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines
- DS 160 Nonimmigrant Visas Application Confirmation Page
- A Valid Passport that is good for at least 6 months
Using a Foreign Fiance or Spouses income when applying for a Fiance or Marriage Visa
The application for a K1 Fiance Visa and/or CR1 and IR1 Marriage Visa requires the Petitioner (US Citizen) to prove that he or she has the income to support the application. In the case of a Fiance visa, the Petitioner must file an Affidavit of Support using form I-134. For a CR1 or IR1 Marriage Visa, the form is an I-864 Affidavit of Support.
Unfortunately, in the case of a Fiance Visa, you cannot use the foreign fiancés (also known as the beneficiary) income to help meet the financial requirements of a Fiance Visa application. For this visa, only the Petitioner or a close family relative of either party, acting as a co sponsor, can be used to provide evidence of income to meet the Fiance Visa application requirements.
Getting your K1 Fiance Visa from the US Embassy in Manila, Philippines
Working with the US Embassy to obtain your K1 Fiance Visa
K1 Fiance Visas for Honest Couples
The purpose of a K1 Fiance Visa is to provide a visa to the foreign finace of a US Citizen who wishes to get married. Its a benefit of US Citizenship. When processing the visa application, the US Government through The US Department of Homeland Security and the US State Department will review the application to determine the truthfulness or validity of the relationship. Dishonest relationships will be rooted out and those applications denied. The responsibility for providing proof of the relationship is on the couple applying for the visa. In determining what evidence is helpful in proving your relationship is genuine, you must consider what an honest relationship looks like. A couple in love do things together. They go places together. They talk and share information about themselves with others. If you focus on just those basic relationship areas alone, you can come up with plenty of evidence to support your application. Here is a list of evidence that that touches upon each of those basic relationship facts:
- Facebook and Social media post
- Phone records
- Receipts of expenses together
- Statements from family friends who know of the relationship
- Examples of communications (Letters, Cards, Skype, Yahoo Messenger, etc…)