Fiance Visa Approved for Colombian National and her son

April 16th, 2011
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Our client in Colombia just had her consular interview at the U.S. consulate in Colombia. She is engaged to her fiancee in Orange County, California. He is a teacher in Costa Mesa, and they met two years ago through a friend. He has visited her several times, and the couple even traveled to Peru and some other South American countries during one of his visits. The couple decided to marry last year, and they approached The Nunez Firm in the Summer of 2010.

We filed the necessary forms and evidence with USCIS and they approved the fiance visa petition. Once the visa petition was approved, the case was transferred to the consulate in Colombia for consular processing. We helped prepared all the necessary forms and evidence for the consular interview. When the interview went forward, everything went smoothly and the K-1 visa was approved. Additionally, one of the client’s sons was approved for a K-2 visa.

When she arrives in the US, the couple will have 90 days to get married. Then, we will file for the adjustment of status to obtain lawful permanent residence for her.

If you are considering the fiance visa process, contact The Nunez Firm today to schedule a free consultation with managing attorney Jay Nunez.

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