I met this girl in Cebu Philippines her name is Janet. It was love at first site. I first used a visa processor to do my visa for Janet.This guy I used came recommended to me by a person from the Philippines while I was there on vaction dating Janet. I worked with him but he was aweful to work with. The guy never liked that I asked questions. I told him that I need to know In advance what to do so I can plan things and he told me to shut up in so many words. He was the weirdest guy I have ever met. I wanted to escape from this guy but I felt trapped that I could not get away from him since he had started our proces Part I of K-1 Visa process.
But I looked around and then I found RapidVisa on the internet. I read al the great testimonies. I made a user profile on their site and one day I started a chat with the rapid visa and they answered so many questions for free that my current visa processor would not answer. I then proceeded to use Rapidvisa for Part 2 of the K-1 visa process. They even gave me a discount on the fee since I had part 1 done. On rapidvisa site they even typed in all my information from Part 1 into their database for me. I just asked them to and they did the work by adding all of Janet’s stuff into the website for me. Everyone at Rapidvisa is so helpful and happy to help you through your process. Even if they do not know the answer they get the answer. They are very fast. We even had issues with our visa and Weng, Albert, and Dominice rushed to our aid to help us out. So our success story is Janet’s visa is now issued. Everything was a success. I am going to use Rapid visa for our entire green card process all the way. I trust them and their care for their clients. They rock and they really care and know their stuff! I wish I found them sooner. Wow what a pleasant process they make it. They know what they are doing all the way through! Love Rapid Visa!
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