Christopher and Gabriela

30 Oct 2017

brazil flagWe would like to thank RapidVisa for a job well done in our immigration journey thus far, and for doing so at such a fair price. We used their services for the fiance K1 visa, and, because that went so smoothly, we invested in RapidVisa once more for Gabriela’s Adjustment of Status process. Their attention to detail, organizational skills, and instant availability to answer any questions, simplified the entire process. Their work allowed us to shift our focus and energy from worrying about the applications to preparing for marriage and growing our life together once Gabriela had arrived in the US. Regarding time frame, it took just over one year and three months from first purchasing RapidVisa’s services to begin the fiance visa process to us receiving my wife’s green card in the mail at our home. That is much shorter than we ever could have imagined, and most of that time was spent either gathering documents on our end or waiting months for responses from USCIS. RapidVisa reviewed all of our paperwork, made recommendations when appropriate, and sent them along to USCIS in a very timely manner. Not only were the reviews and submissions done “rapidly” by RapidVisa, but we had complete confidence that every document within the applications was sound and error-free.

In short, RapidVisa was a very wise investment and money well spent for us. We will undoubtedly use them again when the time comes to remove the restrictions from Gabriela’s residency and then once more to apply for her citizenship. We highly recommend others use RapidVisa as well!

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