Nicaragua to USA Green Cards & Family Visas
RapidVisa is here to help you with the stressful process of getting your Nicaraguan loved ones into the United States, or adjusting their status once here. Our visa approval rate is over 99% and we cost a fraction of hiring a traditional attorney. We offer Spanish support and it's free to get started.
Information about getting married in Nicaragua
Temporary Protected Status Extended
United States Embassy, Managua Nicaragua
Embassy Website: https://ni.usembassy.gov/
Embassy Phone Number: (505) 2252-7100
Embassy Email Address: [email protected]
URL for scheduling the interview online: https://portal.ustraveldocs.com/?language=English&country=Nicaragua
Can fiancé/spouse attend the interview: Yes
Where to pay the Embassy fee: You can pay your nonimmigrant visa and K-type visa application fee in cash at Banco Ficohsa in Nicaragua.
Local language documents need translated: All documents should be accompanied by English translations.
Medical Examination Fee: The total estimated cost of the exams is $ 225.00 - US $ 440.00. The cost of medical examinations includes the cost of the vaccine.
Embassy appointment scheduling method: https://evisaforms.state.gov/acs/default.asp?postcode=MNG&appcode=1
Call Center: Please call 2264-1099, follow the instructions and schedule your interview. The operator will either request your "Payment Reference Number" (Citibank sample receipt) or the email address used to process your online payment via PayPal. Same thing applies when scheduling an appointment with the online appointment system (See sample).
- If you are in the U.S., please call: (646) 259-0557
Online appointment system: with this option, you must have a user account. If you do, schedule your appointment.
- If you are a first-time user, create your profile.
Medical appointment scheduling method: https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/Supplements/Supplements_by_Post/MNG-Managua.html
Number of photos required for the Embassy Interview: 2
Number of photos required for Medical Examination: 1
Testimonials from Nicaragua
Hello it's me Almira... I just want to let you know I done my interview yesterday and everything went well 🙂 Visa Approved! thank you so much for helping us for our papers done 🙂 me and my fiancé so happy about it. We can be together soon. and I'm sure we will still needed rapid visa when I get to US 🙂
Thank you so much!!! and god bless for the stuff of the Rapid Visa 🙂
~ Richard and Almira
Our Journey through CR1 visa. 🙂
>Mailed our case to USCIS on November 3, 2015
>USCIS received our case on November 5, 2015
>USCIS emailed our case number on November 9, 2015
>Received our official receipt from USCIS on November 16, 2015 (mail box)
>We are approved by USCIS on Dec 17, 2015 yey! 🙂
>Dec 24th 2015 our case was sent to the Department of State for visa processing.
>Dec 31st NVC received our case from USCIS yey!
> January 14th 2016 we got our NVC number and invoice ID! Yey! 🙂
>Jan. 15th 2016 we received our NVC welcome letter. 🙂 Thank you Lord!
>Jan. 20th 2016 received her Immigrant Visa Fee Invoice. 🙂
>Feb 1 2016 AOS and Civil documents was delivered to NVC.
>March 4th 2016 finally we got 3 N/A's. It is a sign that NVC have reviewed our case 🙂
>March 10th 2016 received my wife's letter of interview from NVC (email).
>April 4 2016 medical at St. Luke Hospital
>April 25 2016 interview at Manila US Embassy "she passed her interview" yey! VISA APPROVED!!!
>April 29th 2016 Visa on hand!!
>May 4th 2016 Wife has arrived in Alaska State ☺️:)
It has been a crazy ride. If it was easy, everyone would do it. Now LDR is over! Thank You Lord so much for this.
RapidVisa thank you for your help.
~ Jeffrey and Jomalyn
Dear RapidVisa and staff,
We would like to thank everyone for the help in getting a fiancé visa!
The biggest help was in putting together the application and reviewing it for errors. It would have been impossible to do it correctly without you. Also, I've heard stories about lawyers charging thousands to do what you did at a much more reasonable price. From beginning to end there was always someone friendly to chat with, and someone who always gave great advice. Everyone is very knowledgeable. You always made us feel like an important customer.
Getting a visa is a complicated and time consuming process, but it's a very small price to pay for being married to the greatest girl on the planet.
My advise to anyone wanting a fiancé visa is to use RapidVisa and to carefully document your relationship. It's important to meet the burden of proof! Thanks again for your help.
~ Jim and Marie Grace