Huntington Beach Client has Fiance Visa Approved for Future Wife Living in Thailand

February 3rd, 2010
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We received news today that the fiance visa petition we filed for a Huntington Beach man and his fiance was approved by U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. The fiance lives in Thailand, and the couple met in Thailand three years ago. They have dated since that time, and he has visited her several times over the last few years.

In 2009, we filed an I-129F fiance visa petition with USCIS. After approximately six months or so, we received the approval notice for the fiance visa petition.

The next step is to collect the necessary documents and evidence and schedule the consular interview. At the consular interview, the consular officer will determine whether to issue the fiance visa and allow the fiance to immigrate to the United States in order to marry her fiance in Huntington Beach.

Assuming the fiance visa is approved by the consulate, the couple will have 90 days to marry beginning when she arrives in the United States. Then, the couple will file for adjustment of status to receive the green card.

Although there is substantial work to be done before the process is completed, the client was excited that the fiance visa petition was approved.

If you are considering filing a fiance visa petition for your future spouse, contact The Nunez Firm to schedule a free consultation. Managing attorney Jay Nunez will discuss your options with you and help you determine whether the fiance visa process is the right path for you.

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