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How Does a Fiancé Visa Work?

What is a Fiancé Visa? U.S. Citizens who want to bring their foreign fiancé to the United States must file a K-1 visa petition before getting married. However, applying for a fiancé visa (K-1 visa) has a few rules that you must abide by to be eligible. Here’s what you need ...

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