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Although fiancé visas typically have a high approval rate, there are certain factors that carry a higher chance of denial. RapidVisa has an excellent record of avoiding denials. If you’re thinking about going it alone, consider these factors that could get you denied, and let us lower your chances. Learn more about K1 visa.

Here are 15 reasons that could result in your spouse or fiancé visa getting denied

  1. Missing documents
  2. Missing supporting evidence
  3. Incorrect or outdated forms
  4. Missing signatures on forms
  5. One person is still married and not divorced
  6. No proof of bona fide or legitimate relationship
  7. Unable to prove “intent to marry”
  8. Incorrect or missing translation documents
  9. The U.S. citizen sponsor has insufficient income or assets
  10.  Applicant has a criminal record
  11. Applicant has a communicable disease
  12.  Facts are misrepresented at the visa interview
  13. Applicant presents a document that appears to be fraudulent
  14. Applicant has previously overstayed a U.S. visa
  15. Applicant provides fake or photoshopped photos

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