Brian

25 Aug 2014

Philippines-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comAs far as the K1 visa, that went fine on your part. We did have trouble with the embassy in Manila. We are still waiting for my wife’s adjustment of status to be finished. She has her work perment and he biometrics is finished, but still no permanent status or green card yet. I did need to pay a Attorney to help, as you guys know with the K1 visa. As far as the way you have things set up, it works very well and it makes things so much more easier than doing it on your own. You guys are great to work with and would gladly pay the fees to use your system again if they were ever needed. I am sure they won’t be. I would tell anyone thinking of using Rapid Visa to do so and relax they are always there for you whenever you have any questions at all. Trust me I had plenty . My wife and I married on 12/30/12 and just had our first anniversary and we will have many more to come if the good Lord is willing.

Thank you,

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