Fiancée or Spousal Visa from Somalia to USA!
Residents and citizens of Somalia seeking an immigrant visa should apply at U.S. Embassy Nairobi, U.S. Embassy Djibouti, or U.S. Embassy Dar Es Salaam.
URGENT UPDATE 2018: Please be aware that this country is affected by President Trump’s Executive Order 13780. This could change at anytime, however this is the most recent information we have. According to this order, which was upheld by court in January of 2018 states:
(i) The Secretary of Homeland Security’s report of September 15, 2017, determined that Somalia satisfies the information-sharing requirements of the baseline described in section 1(c) of this proclamation. But several other considerations support imposing entry restrictions and limitations on Somalia. Somalia has significant identity-management deficiencies. For example, while Somalia issues an electronic passport, the United States and many other countries do not recognize it. A persistent terrorist threat also emanates from Somalia’s territory. The United States Government has identified Somalia as a terrorist safe haven. Somalia stands apart from other countries in the degree to which its government lacks command and control of its territory, which greatly limits the effectiveness of its national capabilities in a variety of respects. Terrorists use under-governed areas in northern, central, and southern Somalia as safe havens from which to plan, facilitate, and conduct their operations. Somalia also remains a destination for individuals attempting to join terrorist groups that threaten the national security of the United States. The State Department’s 2016 Country Reports on Terrorism observed that Somalia has not sufficiently degraded the ability of terrorist groups to plan and mount attacks from its territory. Further, despite having made significant progress toward formally federating its member states, and its willingness to fight terrorism, Somalia continues to struggle to provide the governance needed to limit terrorists’ freedom of movement, access to resources, and capacity to operate. The government of Somalia’s lack of territorial control also compromises Somalia’s ability, already limited because of poor recordkeeping, to share information about its nationals who pose criminal or terrorist risks. As a result of these and other factors, Somalia presents special concerns that distinguish it from other countries.
(ii) The entry into the United States of nationals of Somalia as immigrants is hereby suspended. Additionally, visa adjudications for nationals of Somalia and decisions regarding their entry as nonimmigrants should be subject to additional scrutiny to determine if applicants are connected to terrorist organizations or otherwise pose a threat to the national security or public safety of the United States.
Should you apply using RapidVisa’s services, please be aware we cannot control this ban and you may be denied.
Testimonials from Somalia
Ana passed her interview on Feb 6th and we became the FIRST gay/lesbian couple from Argentina to be granted approval for a K-1 visa! Much thanks and many accolades to RapidVisa and Dan "the man" especially for all the help. The paperwork was precise and perfectly laid out...all we had to do was fill in the blanks! Ana will arrive in the states 2 weeks from tomorrow. We will be married in Baltimore on May 15 (not here in our backward state of Indiana ) and then it's back to RV to provide the papers to change her status!
~ Marquetta and Anabella