K1 Fiance Visa Mistakes: Marriage to prove Bona Fides Gen84

This is Fred Wahl the VisaCoach Todays topic is about: Common Immigration
Mistakes: Marriage just to prove Bone Fides Visa Coach Fast, Easy and Personal I am Fred Wahl, the VisaCoach, I am known
for the personal one-on-one relationship that WE share, (thats you, me and your partner),
as WE work together, as a TEAM, to overcome the many challenges of immigration, Don’t risk your happiness, Don’t go this course
alone. Alone, its too easy for you to make mistakes
that cause tears, delays and expensive denials. Do Pick up the Phone and speak with me directly,
so that, you and I,can get to know each other. This is the free consultation I talk about
later. If we are compatible, thats the beginning
of our beautiful relationship to get you the immigration approvals you need. This is what two of my clients Brian and Elena,
had to say: Elena comes from the Philippines and I helped
her get her Spouse visa., On my last trip to the Philippines to bring
my wife home, I met another man who did not hire a consultant. I am not sure the exact reason of the delay,
but he had been trying to bring his wife and daughter
for a long time. He told me the visas were finally ready: He
was on his way to pick them up and was very excited. We exchanged contact information and I subsequently
learned his trip did not go as planned. He had one final obstacle and will now make
a second trip to fetch his wife and daughter. The cost of a mistake is so high in terms
of money and time. That is why I hired Mr. Wahl. The whole process is complicated but was made
easier for me with his assistance. The petition
and mini petition Fred assembled were reviewed quickly and without issue. The personal website
he made for us and personal instructions were helpful for both myself and my wife. She is now
in America and we are ready to start our lives together. Thanks, Fred. Now, let’s talk about getting married in
order to “prove” your relationship is genuine (bone fide) I always hope that a couple reaches out to
me for a free consultation before they make their final
decisions and take actions that can’t be changed. This is especially important when deciding
whether to marry outside the USA then apply for a
spouse visa or to marry within the USA after arrival on a fiance visa. In choosing between pursuing a fiance or spouse
visa there is a lot to be considered as far as speed,
expense, and overall complexity that can make one path decidedly more attractive than another. Sometimes the first call I get from a couple
is after they have made their decisions and have already
limited their available options. They often say: “We got married because this
proves how serious a couple we are” Well, No, Not really. But Congratulations! it is a super big and
important step that you got married. In your eyes and
that of your family, friends, and church your relationship is Rock Solid. Immigration is not impressed. But, as far as immigration is concerned it
doesn’t make much of a difference. This is because the
type of Visa you are applying for is based on marriage. This means that no matter what, a marriage
IS REQUIRED. It’s just a question of timing and location. To get a marriage based Visa (fiance or spouse),
either you marry first, then apply, or you apply
first, then marry. At the end of the day the marriage has taken
place and is simply an expected, normal part of the full process. Marriage is expected, It is not proof of bone
fides. It is not in itself, proof that your relationship
is bona fide. It is not in itself proof that the
Visa should be granted. It’s only proof you are eligible to apply. When applying for a fiance or spouse visa
a couple must ALWAYS prove to the consular officer’s
satisfaction that their relationship is genuine, sincere, and Bona fide. The challenge to present proof and convince
the Consular officer that the couple is genuine is
the same in either case: regardless of being already married or just planning to marry. Within the Visacoach “front-loaded” petition
we create (for either K1 or CR1 visa) is always detailed and believable proof of a bone fide
relationship. We MUST include demonstrative proof
that the couple has spent time face to face, has corresponded, and has sincere, solid plans
for a future together. Spending a lot of time together as a single
unmarried couple is just as persuasive as the same
time spent together as a married couple. The proof is in the totality of their actions,
not just a short time spent in front of a justice, minister
or priest. Marriage Certificate is not Magic Bullet A marriage certificate is not a magic bullet
to solve the problem of having weak proofs of a bone fide relationship. In conclusion: DO get married if that is your pleasure, then
apply for a spouse visa. DO NOT get married if the reason for the wedding
is to compensate for weak overall evidences and you think, incorrectly, that a marriage
certificate would overcome the missing proofs. Married or Not, DO gather solid proofs of
a sincere, bone fide relationship to include with a VisaCoach Front Loaded Petition.. This was Fred Wahl, The VisaCoach Please “like” or add your comments to this
video. Then go to VisaCoach.com and sign up for the
VisaCoach monthly newsletter. Each month it is full of tips and advice on
immigration. And its free of charge. Finally, when you are ready to get started,
call for your free consultation and speak with me directly, Before starting on your immigration adventure,
before entering an arcane maze of rules, regulations and procedures, before commiting yourself
to a risky path that could mean an end to your happiness, speak with
the VisaCoach and ask for his Free Consultation. He listens to you to learn the red flags and
strengths of your case, your eligibility and goals. He will suggest which visa is right for you,
the best strategy to get it, and how soon your love could join you. The friendly advice and wisdom he’ll freely
share with you, might make the difference between
approval and denial, and could save you months, or years, of lonliness and separation. What have you got to lose? Book your free consultation today.

Michael Martin

5 Responses

  1. Fred Wahl, I have a question!!! While applying for the K-1 Visa with a fiancé from Japan, can the fiancé visit the US on a tourist visa while applying for the K1 Visa??? The fiancée isn't coming to the US for marriage, only for tourism and fun!!!   And the fiancé will go back to Japan to finish up the K1 visa process.

  2. Good Morning Mr. Fred Wahl,
    Need your help, for our Visa appilcation, from USA on how my Fiance work for It. to get me here in the Philippines , I will give him your Video, to know, and call you ,, He Is an American From Michigan, ,, He will discuss to you more about him.
    Thank You so much and God Bless,

    Ms Betty
    April 10 2017

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