Cuba to USA Fiancé & Spousal Visas

Get your Cuban fiancé or spouse to the USA.

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1. Create your account & answer some easy questions online.

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2. Print & sign your professionally reviewed petition.

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3. Mail your petition according to your detailed instructions.

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For our single, all-inclusive fee, you get much more than form-assistance. Our premium service includes:

  • Physical document preparation, review & submission
  • Phone & chat support 7-days a week
  • Secure drop box for transferring files
  • Secure account accessible from anywhere in the world, 24/7
  • Postage fees & petition materials
  • Access to our physical offices for walk-in support
  • The ability to charge USCIS fees to your credit card
  • Payment plans (Including USCIS Filing Fee!)
  • SMS, phone & email courtesy notifications
  • Money-back approval guarantee.

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You also get the peace of mind to know your case is being handled by the industry leader, and our dozens of experienced staff, representing a combined experience of 150+ years of visa and green card assistance.

All Immigration Phases – One Price

Our fees include all necessary completed government forms, documents, letters, checklists and full support throughout each phase of the immigration process, for no extra fee. Unlike immigration attorneys, we don’t charge by the hour.

Let us help you get your loved one from Cuba to USA!

Cuba-Flag-128-RapidVisa.comWe can be able to help you process a fiance or spousal visa from Cuba to USA than any other company, and we do it all online. We can offer support in Spanish as well.

Information about getting married in Cuba

United States Embassy, Havana Cuba

Embassy Website: https://cu.usembassy.gov/

Embassy Phone Number: (537) 834-4400

Embassy Email Address: havanaconsularinfo@state.gov

URL for scheduling the interview online: http://havana.usint.gov/niv_appointment_procedures-.html

Can fiance/spouse attend the interview: In general, petitioners are not allowed to accompany their relatives to the interview. Only in some marriage cases (IR1, CR1, K1, and some F2A cases) will the petitioner also be admitted into the building.

Where to pay the Embassy fee: Payment in U.S. Dollars (USD) is preferred, but the consular cashier can accept Cuban Convertible Pesos (CUC) as well. However, the payment must be in one currency (i.e., you must pay the total entirely in USD or entirely in CUC). We can only accept cash, in all bill denominations, preferably bills of 100 and 50. The current consular exchange rate is 1 USD=1CUC. Please be advised that you should only pay money to the Consular Section cashier, regardless of what anyone else may tell you. The consular cashier will issue you a receipt showing how much you paid and what services you paid for. Make sure you receive and keep your receipt, as you will need to present it during your interview.

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Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2

Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 2