Having the Wedding Before traveling on K-1 Fiance Visa K1 Faq 42


This is Fred Wahl the Visa Coach Todays topic is: Using Fiance Visa after the
wedding Visa Coach Fast, Easy and Personal Hi. My name is Fred Wahl – I am the VisaCoach,
known for “front loaded immigration presentations” that tell YOUR story leading to fast and easy
approval AND the personal one-on-one attention you receive as my client. I invented the three step “immigration success
method” which anticipates the likely problems and skepticism
your case might face, and then squashes those issues by working together on the ideal
appearance of your case and preparation of my signature “front loaded
presentation” that tells YOUR story the way we WANT it heard. When properly implemented,
my method helps “win” approval for your visa even before the
interview starts. Todays topic is: Using Fiance Visa after the wedding Got a phone call today from a man whose fiancee
is in the Philippines. She had an idea and asked him to call and run it by me. She really
wants to have her wedding in the Philippines, at her Church and in front of her family but
doesn’t like the idea of waiting for a year to get a spouse visa to travel to the USA,
especially when she knows that fiance visas are much faster some taking only 4 months. She wants to have her “cake and eat it too”.
She wanted to immediately apply for a fiancee visa, and while it is pending get married
in her hometown, then attend her Fiance Visa interview at the US consulate in Manila, pretend
she is still single, and finally travel using her fiancee visa to the USA. The couple would
get married a second time, this time in the US, and only tell immigration about the second
marriage, keeping the first wedding secret. It is truly a BAD IDEA The rules are very clear. ONLY an unmarried
person may apply for and/or travel on a fiancee visa. Her plan basically entails that she
will ‘lie’ in writing on her application forms, then ‘lie’ verbally to the consulate officer,
and lie’ verbally to the immigration officer at the US border. At each stage, they will
repeatedly ask her to confirm that she is still unmarried. Each time she answers their
questions, she is swearing under oath to an officer of the US government. There are Penalties for Fraud
What she is planning is immigration fraud. Immigration takes a very dim view of this.
When caught in her dishonesty, there is a wide variety of punishments US immigration
could apply. She could be refused entry, deported, banned from entering the USA for 3 or 10 years,
or even banned for life. Don’t try to ‘Game’ Immigration
Lying to US immigration, trying to ‘game’ the visa process is always a bad idea.
She has two safe and honest choices. Apply for a fiancee visa, and then after a
wait of about 6 to 8 months, travel to the USA and marry for the FIRST time. (she could
return later to the Philippines with her new husband, to marry a second time in front of
her friends. Or get married for the FIRST time in her home town, then after a wait of
about 10 to 14 months, join her husband in the USA. Give her the Wedding of her Dreams
A genuine couple should anticipate spending their entire remaining lives together. If
giving her the wedding she wants, means a small sacrifice of a few extra months of separation,
it is well worth it. Wedding arrangements are typically more important
to the female. As a matchmaker I counsel every man, ‘let her have the wedding she wants’.
It is important to start your marriage on the right foot. If this is her dream, let
her have it. She will always remember and be grateful and know she chose the right man.
If speed is THE priority: then apply for a fiancee visas.
If her dream wedding in her church, surrounded by family and friends is THE priority, then
apply for the spousal visa. This was Fred Wahl, the VisaCoach Call me. Before starting on your immigration adventure,
before entering an arcane maze of rules, regulations and procedures, before commiting yourself
to a risky path that could mean an end to your happiness, speak with
the VisaCoach and ask for his Free Consultation. He listens to you to learn the red flags and
strengths of your case, your eligibility and goals.
He will suggest which visa is right for you, the best strategy to get it, and how soon
your love could join you. The friendly advice and wisdom he’ll freely
share with you, might make the difference between
approval and denial, and could save you months, or years, of lonliness and separation. What have you got to lose? Book your free consultation today.

8 thoughts on “Having the Wedding Before traveling on K-1 Fiance Visa K1 Faq 42

  1. Is it possible to travel to the US after you have issued your K1 Visa (before your visa is granted) just to visit or, for example to make wedding plans?

  2. Can you please help with few questions? 1) Do you still offer the 200.00 mentor program? Where you will review all my documents before submitting them for the CR1 Visa? 2) Recently found out my company is laying off. Would it matter if I need to change a job? Do I have to be at the job for a X amount of time? 3) What is the income limit? Right now, I'm over 100,000 a year according to my W-2 statements and paycheck stubs. But if I change jobs, I may have to take something that pays less. Thank you for your time.

  3. Thanks Fred, your service is one of the best of the industry. My Filipina wife and I want to get married in the Philippines but, have been unable to find information on the requirements.Will you please tell us as much as you know?

  4. Hi fred i have a question my bother petition her fiancee to philippines but the fiancee shes married but the guy he has a different family now 5yrs there never see each other so there approved and she have her interview manila embassy but the thing is the CO said her NSO is fake so i dont understand whatz gonna. Be happend.the officer said everything okey but the NSO is fake she tookHer that to the office so if there gonna say its a fraud theres is the way fred please help me thank

  5. Hi..my brother got married abroad to American citizen. .but didn't do the spouse visa before going back to USA. .he is in the USA now..so can he apply in the u.s , and how long will he have to wait and what kind a visa he will get?at the moment he can't even work. .any advice. .
    thank you for your help.

  6. hey visa coach if I put in my paper work right after I get married in America on my fiancee visa do you think I can get my green card interview before I have to go back to jamaica

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