Ruth and Adam

11 Aug 2014

Philippines-Flag-64-RapidVisa.comAdam and I would like to thank all the staff in both the Manila and Colorado Springs offices for being attentive and very supportive in answering all our questions and guiding us through the K1, and thus far, AOS processes. I would especially like to thank Juliet in the Manila office who never became tired of entertaining me during my local visits and for the ‘’OT’’ a day before our interview. ‘’Daghan salamat day’’. Adam and I appreciated the extra effort so much.

I would also like to say thank Chona in the Colorado Springs office for all her work assembling our K1 and AOS petitions. To the rest of the team, particularly Weng, Dan, Albert and Joy, thanks so much for being so responsive to our e-mails and phone calls; you are all so friendly and very professional. You always provide the right information and were there to answer our call 24/7. We are happy and glad that we found this amazing site.

Anyway, I received my K1 visa within 3-½ months. We filed the petition on August 20, 2013, my interview in Manila was on December 5, 2013 and I had my passport back with visa in hand on December 11, 2013. Adam and I both traveled to the U.S. on December 12, 2013. I was very lucky to get and set up the early appointment interview because during that time, the earliest interview appointment date was February 10, 2014. That’s a long time to wait! But we never lost hope. And as long as the couple works together everything is possible with the guidance of the RapidVisa experts. “JUST ABSOLUTELY PERFECT”.

We have included a photo of our wedding in Key West, Florida on March 2nd, 2014.

We have now sent off the AOS petition, will be sure to spread the word on your servicer and highly recommend it to anyone who needs it. Great job RapidVisa!

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