Johnnie Blalack

07 Mar 2019

Philippine flagI was first introduced to RapidVisa from a couple of friends and coworkers who have used their services before. They came HIGHLY recommended.

My fiance and daughter just got approved for their K1 and K2 visas last week (after about 11 months). We are presently waiting for their passports to arrive at home so we can buy their flight tickets here to the US (Miami, FL to be exact).

It was a pretty long process, but we never felt alone and whenever we had questions (which there were plenty of), they had answers to everything we needed.

We will continue to use RapidVisa even after they get here by converting to the AOS status to get their Green Cards and eventual Citizenship. Thanks for everything RapidVisa!

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