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Getting a request for evidence (RFE) from the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services office of the United States Department of Homeland Security sounds pretty scary, but it doesn’t have to be. Allow RapidVisa to help you navigate the RFE.


What is “Extreme Vetting” & How Do I Prepare For It?

New standards are being rolled out that are designed to basically make it harder to immigrate to the US. The process to immigrate has always included a quite extensive vetting process, but these new measures are likely going to make it even harder.

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How Do I Marry a US Citizen While on a Student Visa and Legally Stay in the US?

Moving on next question comes from Marlin. “And I’m currently in the United States on a student visa and want to marry my boyfriend a US citizen. What visa do I need and how do I get it?”

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Can a Filipina Get a Divorce in Hong Kong for CENOMAR?

ohn84 from Instagram, “I have a question. Is divorce from another country, example, Hong Kong, valid to use for Filipina in the K1 process whose husband is a Filipino national?” I’m not sure who’s who. Let me read this again. Used for a Filipina in … Okay, so I’m assuming the Filipina is the alien, is the person in the Philippines.

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Will the Lack of a Chinese Birth Certificate Be a Problem for a Visa?

Live from Las Vegas, what’s our next question?

Joseph Clifton. My girlfriend is Chinese, she is not born in a hospital so she doesn’t have her birth certificate, but a household registry, which is an official Chinese document.

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Must I Find an Old Divorce Decree to File My Immigration Petition?

So, next question is from Max, and it goes. “I need to research a divorce that took place back in 1974. I don’t have any records of the divorce. Do I need to include this in my petition? If so, how do I find this paperwork?”

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7 Common Reasons for Receiving an Adjustment of Status RFE

Whenever a request for evidence, or “RFE” is received, it can be a stressful part of the process. At RapidVisa, we see more RFEs at the adjustment of status phase than any other in the immigration process.

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3 Most Common Reasons for K-1 Fiancé Visa Denials

As we've said before, K-1 fiance visa denial rates 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. What Reasons Would Get a K-1 Visa Denied? Here are […]

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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 even on the USCIS’s list of required items.

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How to Organize the Documents for a Fiance Visa

Assembling your K1 Visa package can seem like a daunting task. The petitions folks send in range from beautifully prepared packages that could win an award for organization to those that toss a mixed up mess in an envelope and chunk it in the mail.

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