I met my now wife, Criselda, on a Filipina dating site which I am most grateful for. After three months of skyping daily (twice a day) I flew to the Philippines to meet her in person. I spent two wonderful months there getting to know her and enjoying the beautiful Islands . . . I fell in love with Palawan, if you go to the Philippines Island hopping in Palawan will be an experience you will cherish, trust me. The Philippines can be a most wonderful place to fall in love. Before I flew back to the USA, I contacted Rapid Visa in Manila…I already knew of them thru the web, and had the necessary paperwork I needed to file for a K-1 visa after having a conversation with them in America. I looked into many companies and spoke with many attorneys about helping getting a Filipina over to the states and not really surprised that I got many different responses and prices for their service….be careful, difficult to trust an attorney. Rapid Visa prices are very reasonable and I really cannot see looking anywhere else for help in this kind of matter, it’s their business, it’s all they do. When I left Manila I left with the packet completely prepared to send off to USCIS when I arrived home. We did have to wait 9 1/2 months for the entire process, by that I mean being in on another’s arms in the USA. There was no glitch in any of the paperwork. The other thing that was really comforting to me was if my fiance needed any help with her paperwork or anything, really, Rapid Visa was there with compassion and understanding. If I had to do it again, I would not hesitate in using Rapid Visa for their services, I wholeheartedly recommend Rapid Visa for a Fiance Visa and am confidant they can help you as they did Criselda and I…I can honestly and happily say, YOU CAN TRUST RAPID VISA, I did and would again. We were married on Valentines Day 2013!
ps……why chance making a mistake with the paperwork…when they already have this all figured out.
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