Eligibility for a Fiance Visa

Do you know if you qualify for a fiance visa?
Check the eligibility requirements below.

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Applying to petition for a Fiancé(e) Visa can be a confusing and time-consuming process. Before you begin, you should know all the eligibility requirements for Applying to petition to bring your fiancé(e) to the U.S. With all the right information and documentation, the process can be simple and painless. Immigration documentation can be made simple with the help of Road to Status! Check out the eligibility requirements you must meet to petition to bring your fiancé(e) to the U.S.

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If you are looking to petition for a fiancé(e) visa, you must prove that:

  • You (the petitioner) are a U.S. citizen.
  • You (the petitioner) intend to marry your fiancé(e) (the beneficiary) within 90 days of them entering into the U.S.
  • You and your fiancé(e) are free to marry (all previous marriages must have been terminated legally through divorce, death, or annulment).
  • You and your fiancé(e) have met in person at least one time within two years of filing your petition for a fiancé(e) visa.

If you or someone you know is interested applying for a Fiance green card, you can apply online here with Road to Status. If your case is more complex and you would like to speak with a licensed immigration attorney, you can learn more about the benefits of an initial consultation before deciding on the best path for you.

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