Fiancée or Spousal Visa from Taiwan to USA!
The U.S. maintains unofficial relations with the people of Taiwan through the American Institute in Taiwan (AIT), a private nonprofit corporation, which performs citizen and consular services similar to those at diplomatic posts. See AIT's website https://www.ait.org.tw for details.
The Taipei office of the American Institute in Taiwan, although an unofficial instrumentality, has been authorized to process visa applications for residents of Taiwan.
Effective May 1, 2014, the interview appointment procedure for K1 fiancé (e) and K3 visas have been changed. Applicants need to make an appointment through https://www.ustraveldocs.com/tw/, a website maintained by our authorized partner, CGI Stanley. Please read the procedures carefully and make sure you have paid the correct K visa fee and bring your appointment letter to your interview with any other required documents. If you have any problem with the online appointment, please contact the call center at [email protected]
Testimonials from Taiwan
Hafa Adai! (Greetings in Guam)
In 2013, we filled k1 visa without any assistance to anyone and we got denied. So we decided to marry oct 2014 and this time we agreed to have RapidVisa account 2016. They are very hands on to help us. We have lots of questions they gave us very informative answers. (Some blogs in the internet led to much more confusion.) And RapidVisa was there from filling, medical until the day of my interview July 7, 2017 and got APPROVAL! The long wait is over.
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~ Adam and Leslie Faldas