Dwight and Minerva

24 Aug 2014

Philippines-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comMy journey began on December 5, 2011. I had a friend here in the USA who had met his fiance in the Philippines and I watched him as he went through the process of doing the paperwork and finally bringing his fiance over on a K-1 visa. It did not look hard at all, so I went over and found my true love and started the paperwork for a K-1 visa for my fiance. Like I said, I started. I found the forms extensive and somewhat confusing and when I asked my friend for help in answering some of the questions, his responses left me wondering if this was the correct thing to do. I then searched the web for help in applying for a K-1 visa and I came across the Rapid Visa Site. I read the testimonials and looked over the prices, but what really sold me was the fact that Rapid Visa had an office in Manila that was more than willing to help my fiance there with her questions. The months came and went, and everytime that I had a concern I would write to the support staff and my fears were put to rest by a professional and courtieous staff. I know they understand the pain that I suffered while being seperated from my intended as we both waited out the long government process. Then the day came when the paperwork went to Manila and Rapid Visa really kicked in and helped my fiance with putting the forms together and making sure that her package was complete.

My advice to anyone is to sign up for the service because you just cannot go wrong. Rapid Visa will look at the paperwork before you submit it to USCIS to make sure that your package is error free to minimize the chances of you getting the dreaded rfe. Just fill out the forms (they make it too easy) and submit your answers to Rapid Visa to review. In a few short months (it seems like an eternity while you are going through the process) you and your fiance will be together, and all of the delays and fustration will be worth the effort.

Minerva and myself were married on October 20, 2012. We are extremely happy.

Good luck to all who are applying for their loved one to join them.

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