This is the initial filing, where we will prepare your packet with all appropriate supporting evidence, and file your petition or application with the United States Citizenship & Immigration Service. Most services stop at this point and leave you hanging for the rest of the process.
Once your petition is approved by the USCIS, the case is forwarded to the National Visa Center, where they will make sure your supporting evidence is adequate, and prepare it to be sent to the U.S. Embassy where your interview will be held. They may request more items, or send your case back to the USCIS. Once they determine everything is adequate, the case will be forwarded to the U.S. Embassy. We offer unlimited support throughout this phase.
You will have a face-to-face interview at the U.S. Embassy, usually at the country you reside in. A consular officer will ask questions pertaining to your case, usually for five to fifteen minutes. They may request more items at this phase as well. At the end of your interview, you will usually get a determination of whether or not your visa is approved or denied. We offer support all the way until your visa is issued.