Mr. and Mrs. Arnison

14 Jun 2016

Thailand-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comMy wife and I met online and in the beginning it appeared impossible to have any type of serious relationship. My wife is a citizen of the Philippines, but was in Thailand working as a teacher on a work visa. After many days of prayer and seeking God’s direction, we decided to start a serious relationship. We both developed a deep love and compassion for each other. As a result, we wanted to get married. However, we didn’t know how to go about getting a visa for her to come to the U.S. Again, with much prayer and God’s guidance, He gave us the answer. We found RapidVisa.

With research I found RapidVisa to be a professional and responsible company, so we signed up for an account. Anyone who has been through the process of getting a visa knows first hand that is it stressful and difficult as is any government bureaucracy process. However, RapidVisa was always there to answer any questions we had about the tedious steps we had to take to get the visa. RapidVisa made the process so much easier and stress free. They provided the documents we needed, showed us how to complete the documents the government needed for us to get a visa, and reviewed all of our documents before it was sent to USCIS and the NVC. Because of RapidVisa’s help, my wife’s CR1 visas was issued and we are finally together. My wife and I both know that RapidVisa was a “God send” meaning that God led us to this company and as a result, we were able to overcome this difficult process. We aare blessed, happy, and thankful for Rapidvisa’s help in this process.

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