Mike and Beverly Merkley

25 Aug 2014

Philippines-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comFast, Friends, Forever– 3 words to describe RapidVisa

My US Visa was approved on the 1st day of February. As I mentioned on my 1st testimonial, this team has been helping me and my husband A LOT…Everything went smoothly as far as processing is concerned–very seamless. Since we had a very satisfying experience with RapidVisa, my husband and I decided to stay with them to process my Adjustment of Status. We got discount for signing up again and it’s just really worth the penny.

Here’s the timeline: I arrived here in US on February 29th, we got married on April 14th, received my Employment Authorization Card which serves as my I-512 Advance Parole on June 28th, Got hired on a Teacher Aide position on July 5th, 2-year Green Card approved on July 11th.

I know right?..Everything was totally great and this was all because of RapidVisa’s help! We wouldn’t know where to start, we wouldn’t know what to do first but with all their guidance, we made it! My husband and I are still happily married—we’re catching up the moments we missed when we were apart. It’s like all dreams that came true because of this team.

Fast- everything’s quick
Friends- my comfort zone and my encouragement team
Forever- you’ll always be part of our lives

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