Turn to the legal team that knows how to reunite you with your fiancé
You find out your employer is sending you to the United States to work on a long-term project. However, your employer is not sending your fiancé. You might be afraid that you have to choose between your career and a loved one. The Law Offices of Alejo Lugo & Associates wants you to know you do not have to make the difficult choice between work and love.
We Help Clients File the Right Paperwork for Fiancé Visas
Obtaining a fiancé visa requires you to follow a few steps mandated by United State immigration law. The K-1 fiancé visa gives your spouse-to-be the legal right to travel to the United States and marry you within 90 days of arrival.
In order to secure this visa, we will help you file Form I-129F, which is the petition of Alien Fiancé. After the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office approves the petition, the process moves to the National Visa Center (NVC). The NVC assigns a case number and sends the paperwork to the United States embassy or consulate in the country where your fiancé lives. Your fiancé must present certain documents to receive approval for a K-1 visa. Most USCIS centers take about six months to approve K-1 fiancé visa applications.
Hire an Immigration Attorney Who Gives Personal Attention to Each Case
For more than 15 years, Alejo Lugo has successfully petitioned the United States government to grant fiancé visas to numerous clients. The joy we see in the reunion of future spouses is one of the pleasures of working as an immigration focused law firm.
When you are separated from your lifelong partner, you want affordable representation offered by an attorney who cares. Contact our law firm at (800) 497-0018 today to receive a consultation.