Types of Marriage Visas
To be a U.S. citizen marrying a citizen of another country (a foreign national) it can be a very exciting, yet complicated time when trying to bring that person to the United States. If the procedures are not followed correctly, you may be separated from your spouse for months, and possibly years. In general, it can take approximately six to twelve months for a foreign national to receive United States permanent residence (green card). However, a new visa category (K-3) is now available to spouses of U.S. Citizens. This new visa option is a quicker way to bring your spouse to the United States. It is important to note, that while your spouse may enter the United States, he/she must then apply for “adjustment” of status.
Please contact the attorneys at The Fleischer Law Firm to see which procedure is right for you. We have experience years of experience with this process, and can anticipate what Immigration will ask for, thereby saving valuable time. We provide our clients with samples and other recourses that will help in the immigration and marriage process. Whether your spouse is currently living in the United States, or abroad, we can help.
Marrying a Foreign National Part 1
Filing for the spouse of a U.S. citizen who is currently residing in the United States.
Marrying a Foreign National Part 3
Filing for the K-3 Visa for the spouse of a U.S. citizen who is currently residing outside the United States.
Marrying a Foreign National Part 2
Filing for the spouse of a U.S. citizen who is currently residing outside the United States.
Marrying a Foreign National Part 4
Filing for the fiancé of a U.S. citizen who is currently residing outside the United States.