Rich and Wena

05 Oct 2015

Philippines-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comMy fiancé and I met on an online dating services and we communicated back and forth for two years – In Aug of 2014 I went to the Philippines to ask her to marry me and she said “yes” – since my fiancé and I are not computer friendly – we contacted Rapid Visa and made an appointment – we met with Albert at the Manila office and within an hour and a half the K-1 was filled out – I had not brought all the paperwork I needed to send in with the K-1 – So I was given the K-1 and the address I needed to send it to as soon as I got back to the USA. About two weeks after sending the K-1 off – I was notified by the US Government that it was being processed – It took about 6 months from that day we met with Albert – for my fiancé to arrive in San Francisco – Albert helped me and my fiancé at every step – the employees and company are great to work with and are well worth the money –

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