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Fiancé Visas Attorneys in Palm Beach, Florida

The petitioner files a petition with USCIS for the foreign fiancé. The petitioner must be a USC. The following requirements must be satisfied for USCIS to approve the petition.

  • The petitioner is a USC;

  • The petitioner is at least 18 years;

  • That each party is free to marry;

  • That the petitioner and foreign fiancé intend to marry each other within 90 days of the foreign fiancé being admitted to the US;

  • That the petitioner and foreign fiancé have met in person within the past 2 years unless the parties qualify for and obtain a waiver of the meeting requirement;

Unmarried children of the foreign fiancé who was granted a K-1 visa are entitled to K-2 visas to accompany or follow-to-join the foreign fiancé’s parent.

Our team is prepared to help you or your fiancé file a petition for a U.S. visa.

Adjustment of Status by Foreign Spouse After Marriage

If the parties marry within the 90 days, the foreign spouse who obtained the K-1 visa must apply for adjustment of status and follow the procedure and requirements to obtain permanent residence.

Adjustment of Status by K-2 Visa Holders

After the parent has been married all K-2 visa holders are entitled to adjust their status even if the K2 visa holder was over 21 years when the adjustment application was adjudicated provided that the K-2 visa holder entered the US before turning 21. It does not matter if the parent’s marriage was after the K-2 was 18 years. The K-2 visa holder must follow the adjustment of status procedure.

Call 561-847-4798 to set up a consultation for us to evaluate your immigration case. Our experienced immigration attorney will examine your situation, the applicable immigration laws, how he can help you, and the likelihood of success.

Virtual Appointments Available

We’d be happy to meet with you virtually via Zoom or phone. In some cases (usually Criminal Defense and DUI matters) you might not need to visit the office at all. Immigration and Expungement matters will likely require eventual visits to complete certain paperwork. If you choose a virtual consultation and decide to retain our firm, we can send your contract via email.

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