Archive for the ‘ CR1 Spousal Visa’ Category

19Dec2012
Paying Immigration Fees via Bank Draft Check or Money Order

If you are submitting an immigration-related petition or an application to U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), you will most likely need to pay processing fees that may include filing, biometrics or other fees. Here are some guidelines to follow when paying fees to the USCIS: Fees must be drawn from a U.S. bank or […]

12Dec2012
Bringing Your Fiancé’s or Spouse’s Children to the United States

If a U.S. citizen plans to marry a foreign citizen the most important advice we can offer is to begin the preparations early to bring the new fiance(é) or spouse to the United States. Depending on the circumstances processing time can take as long as several months.  The preparation and timeline is even more critical when […]

12Dec2012
Philippine Customers: How to get an NBI Clearance( National Bureau of Investigation)

Philippine Customers: There’s one mandated functions of the NBI is to act as national clearing house of criminal records and other information for use of all prosecuting and law enforcement entities in the Philippines of identification records of all persons without criminal convictions. For a long time the NBI clearance used the paper and ink […]

05Dec2012
Philippine Customers: Order your Birth Certificate Online

A Birth Certificate from the Philippine Statistics Authority (PSA) is a vital record that establishes the birth of a child. It is an official form that gives details on the time and place of a person’s birth, and his or her name, sex, mother’s name and (usually) father’s name. The word “birth certificate” can refer […]

04Dec2012
Sending Money from the United States to the Philippines
Sending Money from the United States to the Philippines

  Now that you have a loved one in the Philippines you may find that you need to send money in a quick safe and secure manner. Whether you are sending money to help your fiancé out with rent food or everyday living expenses you want to insure that the money gets to them without […]

27Nov2012
Employment Verification Letter for Affidavit of Support
Employment Verification Letter for Affidavit of Support

Obtaining an employment verification letter from the US citizen sponsor’s current employer is highly recommended when providing evidence and proof of income for your Affidavit of Support. The employment verification letter should be original and printed on company letterhead. The letter should be signed by your supervisor or human resource person and should include a […]

23Nov2012
Affidavit of Support for Spousal Visas and Adjustment of Status (I-864 series forms)

The Affidavit of Support is legally required for the petitioning sponsor for many family-based and some employment based immigrants to show the intending immigrant will have adequate means of support when planning to immigrate to the U.S. The purpose of the process is to prove that the intending immigrant has adequate means of financial support […]

20Nov2012
FAQs Regarding the Medical Examination

A medical examination is required for all immigrant visas and some non-immigrant visas as well as for refugees and adjustment of status applicants. The purpose of the medical exam is to determine if you have any health conditions that need attention prior to immigrating. Below you will find a list of frequently asked questions (FAQs) […]

19Nov2012
What Happen at a Port of Entry?
What Happen at a Port of Entry?

When arriving at an airport, the airline will give all travelers some documents to complete while still en route to the United States. All travelers are required to complete a Customs Declaration form 6059B. Those travelers who are non-United States citizens and are requesting admission to the United States with a Visa will be given […]

16Nov2012
Medical Examination for all Immigrant and K Visa Applicants
Medical Examination for all Immigrant and K Visa Applicants

Before Arrival in the United States The Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), which relates to the immigration, temporary admission, naturalization, and removal of foreigners, mandates that all immigrants and refugees migrating to the United States undergo an overseas medical screening examination performed by panel physicians. Panel Physicians A panel physician is a medically trained, licensed, […]

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