Mike and Xian

18 Aug 2014

China-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comThe words ‘Thank You’ do not begin to relate my gratitude for this site and service that I recieved from Rapid Visa. I actually stumbled accross Rapid Visa while searching for an Immigration Attorney. You should know that I actually did contact an immigration attorney to discuss how I could bring my Chinese fiancee to the US. He informed me that he would charge 3000 dollars plus expenses for a K-1 fiancee visa. I am not an attorney, doctor, or wealthy business owner; I am a common man. I work for a living. I did not have that kind of money to spend. I decided to use Rapid Visa because the cost was affordable. That turns out to be one of the best decisions I ever made. The site was easy to use. The 24 hour customer service was always very polite and accurate. I filed for the K-1 visa in June of 2012. My fiancee joined me here in South Carolina in February 2013. We were married in March. As you know, I also used Rapid Visa for my wife’s adjustment of status (AOS). You will be happy to know we have already completed the biometric phase of the process and have only the interview before she gets her Green Card.

Thank you again Chona, and everyone at Rapid Visa.

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