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01Nov2018
My Fiance/Girlfriend is Older Than Me – Problem For K1 Visa?

My girlfriend is older than me, and we want to marry but I’m curious about the big age gap. Will this be a problem for our visa? In most cases in our experience, the age gap has not been a issue. The majority of our customers do have an age gap. In cases where the […]

25Sep2018
How Soon Can I Reapply After Denial? (K1 Fiance/CR1 Spousal Visa)

If your case is denied, how long will you have to wait before you can re-file? In the case of a fiance or spousal visa, it usually can take two to three months for the embassy to send your case back to the National Visa Center (NVC) and then the National Visa Center sends your […]

11Sep2018
Can I Complain to USCIS or Appeal a Denial?

Is there a way to complain to the USCIS if they do deny? There is an official appeals process and you would normally use to file an appeal. Appeals don’t overturn a decision very frequently. The types of criteria that have a great chance of appeal are if something was objectively in error on the […]

14Aug2018
Does RapidVisa Have Denials? What are the Causes?

What causes for denial even when using RapidVisa? Have you had any cases like that? Given our volume of tens of thousands of petitions, it is essentially impossible to have a 100% approval rate. So yes, we do receive denials, even though it’s a very small percentage. Here are some reasons we’ve seen for denials: […]

25Jun2018
Will USCIS or a U.S. Embassy Look at My Social Media?

“I’ve read they passed a bill on where they go into your social media after interview, which would prolong the process, and that’ll effect a lot of K-1 Visas and my fiance is from the Philippines.” The government has always had that authority to investigate pretty much anything. They already do a background check on […]

08May2018
Could a Traffic Ticket Get My Removal of Conditions Denied?

“What are the chances of getting a removal of conditions denied, and do traffic violations impact that?” Traffic violations, unless you’re talking about a DUI or something more serious. With the removal of conditions, they want to determine if the relationship was real. It’s the governments chance, two years later, to take another look at […]

02Feb2018
What Are Likely Causes of Spousal Visa Denial?
spousal-visa-denial

“What are the most common reasons for a spousal visa denial?” The number one thing that trips people up would be finances. Most are approved – certainly if they’re done correctly and not defective in the submission itself. Another way to ask this question could be “if  I do everything right, I completely and properly […]

25Apr2017
Converting to Islam to “Legally” Divorce in the Philippines
Islamic 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 […]

06Apr2015
3 Most Common Reasons for Fiance Visa Denials
3 Most Common Reasons for Fiance Visa Denials

As we’ve said before, fiance visa denial are very low. Even lower if you hire RapidVisa to help. About 95% of all applications are approved, whereas 99.7% of RapidVisa’s customers are approved. Denials are few and far between. But they do happen. Here are some of the most common denial reasons we see out there. Reasons […]

23Mar2015
I Received a Request for Evidence (RFE)! Now What?

If you file your visa petition, even if it’s done perfectly, there’s a chance you could get the dreaded “RFE”, or request for evidence. This is when an adjudicating officer requests additional evidence for your pending USCIS petition. It could be something very major, or very minor and benign. Often times, the item requested isn’t […]

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