Be aware that while the majority of fiance visas are approved, there are some things that can give you a much higher chance of denial. The good thing for you, is RapidVisa has an excellent record of avoiding denials, over 99%. If you’re thinking about doing this on your own, consider these things that can get you denied, and let us lower your chances. For more info on the k1 visa process, go here.
Here are 25 things that can get you denied:
- Missing required documents
- Missing supporting evidence
- Incorrect paperwork or forms
- Missing signatures on forms
- Outdated forms
- Have not physically met in person within the last two years of filing
- Not legally able to marry – still married or not divorced
- No proof of bona fide or legitimate relationship
- Unable to prove intent to marry
- Incorrect or missing translation documents
- Insufficient income/assets of the U.S. citizen sponsor
- Very large age difference between the couple
- Did not adhere to cultural norms i.e. did not have an engagement ceremony when this is customary for the local culture.
- Minimal communication or contact in the previous year, the couple have not seen each other for an extended period after filing I-129F K1 visa application
- Communication barrier where neither partner speaks the other language; poor English skills
- Partner with a minor child is unable to obtain legal custody
- Lack proof of day to day contact/communication
- Beneficiary at the visa interview does poorly and consular officer doubts there is a bona fide relationship to the U.S. citizen
- The U.S. citizen petitioner has filed for another foreign citizen in the past
- Criminal record (Call us)
- Medical condition or disease (such as communicable diseases)
- Fiancé misrepresents a fact or error at the visa interview
- Fiancé presents a document that appears to be fraudulent
- Fiancé has previously lived in the U.S. and overstayed the visa
- Fiancé provides fake or Photoshopped photos or other fraudulent evidence
These 25 reasons constitute only a fraction of what could go wrong. It’s best not to take chances and go with our 99%+ approval rating.
Disclaimer: The information herein is not intended as legal advice and is provided for general information only.Questions involving interpretation of specific U.S. laws should be addressed to an attorney and/or government officials.