Las Vegas, NV asked in Immigration Law for Nevada

Q: Is it better with Fiancee visa or Spouse visa? Which one is faster?


I want to apply for a fiance visa and got some questions.

We have been good friends before I left to US and then we became our relationship. We have been together for 5 years now and I just became a citizen and we met for the first time about a week ago. We couldn't meet because of financial reasons. Will that be a problem for the application that we have met once?

Now I am making $28,000 annually. Is that enough to become a sponsor for her?

When do I need to present my annual income? In the beginning of the process?

What percentage is getting their K1 visa approved?


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1 Lawyer Answer
Stephen Arnold Black
Stephen Arnold Black
  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • Orlando, FL

A: Its best to work with a lawyer who will maximize your chances of a successful application. Some of us are very affordable.

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