Archive for the ‘CR-1 Spousal Visa’ Category

Converting to Islam to “Legally” Divorce in the Philippines

The Philippines is the only country other than the Vatican that outlaws divorce. That’s why it’s no surprise that so many of our customers are surprised to find out that their Filipina fiance cannot qualify for a K1 fiance visa and be with them in the United States due to a previous unresolved marriage. While […]

green card scams

Green Card Scams

This page addresses why green card scams are so prevalent and how to avoid them. Many First World nationals have a tendency to take their citizenship for granted. That is, we sometimes forget just how fortunate we are to be part of the 8% of the world’s population that was born into a developed “First […]

Income Requirements for Fiancé (K1) and Spousal (CR1) Visas

Whether you are looking to sponsor a fiance (K1) or spousal visa (CR1), keep in mind that specific visa income requirements are required by the USCIS. These financial requisites are in place to ensure that the sponsored foreign national does not become a “public charge” – that is, to make sure that they are not […]

Visa Memoirs Podcast #3 (2-25-16) Wyatt & Cheryl

Wyatt and Cheryl met online and hit it off when they discovered their mutual interest in current affairs and politics. After spending many hours on Skype, they decided to tie the knot and bring Cheryl over to Nevada on a CR1 visa. Visa Type: CR1 visa Country: Philippines Would you like to be on the podcast? Please go […]

Visa Memoirs Podcast #2 (2-18-16) Alex & Michelle

Alex & Michelle met when they were connected by a friend while Alex was doing missions work in the Philippines. Listen to their story of meeting, falling in love, marrying and moving to Nashville, Tennessee on a CR1 spousal visa. Visa Type: CR1 visa Country: Philippines Would you like to be on the podcast? Please go here!

Bringing a Fiance or Spouse to the USA [Infographic]

Bringing a Fiance or Spouse to the USA [Infographic]

We’ve designed this helpful infographic which is a flow chart depicting the path to citizenship available to fiances and spouses of US citizens and lawful permanent residents. We hope it’s helpful in simplifying the overall big picture of what you can expect.

Announcing RapidVisa Payment Plans

Announcing RapidVisa Payment Plans

Over the years our customers have, through feedback, helped us improve and build upon the services we offer. This one comes after countless requests from customers having a hard time gathering up the fees to begin the process of their visa. We’re pleased to announce we now offer a payment plan for the K1 visa, CR1 […]

The K3 Spousal Visa is Obsolete

From time to time, we get customers who insist on attempting to file for a K3 spouse visa. The fact is, for all intents and purposes, this visa has been obsolete for years. Unfortunately, the indexing of results on Google seem to favor old outdated information that speaks of the K3 as if it’s still a common […]

10 Red Flags That Your Fiance is a Scammer

10 Red Flags That Your Fiancé is a Scammer

This is a sensitive subject for most, because it’s human nature to stand up for the one you love. But the world is a dark place and unfortunately, scams do happen. This post will go over some of the situations we’ve seen and how to recognize them, so you can avoid becoming a victim. Unfortunately, […]

How to Bring Your Partner’s Filipino Children to the US

How to Bring Your Partner’s Filipino Children to the US

U.S. citizens may petition their fiance or spouse to join them in the United States. In many cases, the fiance or spouse may have children that wish to accompany or “follow-to-join” them. If the child(ren) is unmarried and young enough, they may qualify to join or follow-to-join. This post will give you a starting point on what […]