K-1 Visa Process Goes Smoothly for Newport Beach Client and Colombian Fiance
My client from Newport Beach recently found out that the I-129F he filed for his fiance in Colombia was approved by United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). The California Service Center for USCIS notified us of the approval earlier this week.
He has been dating his fiance since 2007, and the couple got engaged in 2008. We filed the I-129F early this year along with all the necessary forms and evidence. The next step is to have the fiancee attend the consular interview in Colombia. As of right now the interview is not yet scheduled. USCIS must transfer the file to the National Visa Center in Washington DC. Then, the National Visa Center will forward the file to the Department of State at the Colombian Consulate. This process will likely take several more months. Hopefully, my clients will be reunited in Newport Beach by the end of the year.
If you are considering the K-1 fiance visa process, The Nunez Firm can help you. Managing attorney Jay Nunez has helped many clients obtain permanent resident status through the fiance visa and adjustment of status process. Please contact The Nunez Firm to schedule a free and confidential consultation.