My wife and I met when I was in Cebu for my aunt’s 50th wedding anniversary in July of 2010. I met my wife at a popular club when I was with my cousins and my brother. She saw me and wanted to dance, and I was reluctant at first because I didn’t really know how to dance. Once we started dancing I felt more comfortable. I could tell at that moment that she really liked me and I felt the same toward her. After that I left the Philippines and we continued our relationship through YM and phone calls. I flew back to Cebu twice to spend time with her after that. In January we began the K-1 visa process for her and K-2 for her two daughters. Jenn and few other staff were very helpful with any questions I had throughout the process and I could not have done this without Rapidvisa. If I had questions at any time during the day I could count on Rapidvisa to answer, because of support in Colorado and in the Philippines. I thank you so much for helping us with this process. I am also doing the Adjustment of Status with Rapidvisa support and you have continuously provided excellent customer service. Thank you.
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