A fiancé visa allows foreigners to enter the United States for the purpose of marrying a U.S. citizen from Oklahoma or elsewhere. The marriage must occur within 90 days after entry. Once married, the foreign national may obtain lawful permanent residency.
Fiancé Visa Requirements:
- Proof of U.S. citizenship for the person bringing the fiancé to the United States (birth certificate or certificate of naturalization)
- Proof that an in-person meeting occurred with the fiancé during the previous two years.
- Proof that both parties are legally free to marry (are not married, are divorced, had prior marriage annulled, or are widowed).
- Your fiancé does not meet any criteria that render him/her inadmissible to the United States.
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Whether you are trying to acquire or have questions about how to attain a Fiancé Visa, it would be in your best interest to contact Fry & Elder today to set up a personal consultation with a proven and professional Oklahoma immigration lawyer.
Lorena Rivas is our lead counsel in Oklahoma immigration law, and is an accomplished and experienced trial lawyer. Rivas is a member of the American Immigration Lawyers Association (AILA) and Hispanic National Bar Association (HNBA). Her work at Fry & Elder centers on the legal representation of individuals who are facing the numerous and complicated immigration laws in the United States in affirmative and defensive immigration policies before the Department of Homeland Security.
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