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Using K1 Fiance Visas to Help You and Your Loved Ones

K-1 visas, or fiancé visas as they are frequently referred to, are one of the tools utilized to bring loved ones into the country if they are not already related to you.  The purpose of  K-1 visas, according to United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) is “to bring a foreign national fiancé(s) living abroad […]

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| Posted in Consular Processing, Employment Authorization, Fiance Visa, U.S. Immigration |

How the Legalization of Same-Sex Marriage Nationwide Impacted Immigration Law

Almost a year has passed since June 26, 2015, when the United States Supreme Court ruled in Obergefell v. Hodges that the fundamental right to marriage is constitutionally guaranteed to same sex couples. At the time, Justice Anthony Kennedy wrote that gay couples have “the fundamental right to marry.” This is an especially momentous occasion […]

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| Posted in Fiance Visa, Green Card, LGBT, U.S. Immigration, USCIS |

Changes to Consular Fees Effective September 2014

On September 12, 2014, the Department of State adjusted fees for various consular services – with some fees increasing and others decreasing. Some of the more common fees being affected include:   Immediate relative (family-based) application fee: Increase from $230 to $325 Employment-based application fee: Decrease from $405 to $345 Affidavit of support fee: Increase […]

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| Posted in E-2, Fiance Visa, Green Card, U.S. Immigration, Uncategorized |

DOMA 1 Year Later: Its Effect on LGBT Immigration and Green Cards

As the one year anniversary since the Defense of Marriage Act (DOMA) was struck down approaches, it is a good time to reflect on how far U.S. immigration laws have progressed in just a few short months – extending the reach of its benefits to LGBT the many changes this has meant for same sex […]

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| Posted in DOMA, Green Card, LGBT, U.S. Immigration |

K-1 Fiancé Visas

  The K-1 visa is for the unmarried, foreign national fiancé of a U.S. citizen living abroad. This visa allows the foreign national fiancé to enter the United States in order to marry the U.S. citizen sponsor within ninety (90) days of arrival. The foreign national may also bring his/her children under K-2 visas. Qualifications […]

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