Youtube: K1 Fiance Visa Requirement and Process Overview (US Embassy in Manila, Philippines)

This video is tailored to the Fiance Visa Process in the Philippines. The US Consulate in each Country has different Fiance Visa requirements. So, some parts of this video are not relevant for other countries besides the Philippines.

For Assistance in Navigating this video’s many parts, please utilize the below outline to visit its many sections:

1:40 – Start of Philippines Fiance Process Discussion
2:19 – Describing Fiance Visa Process overall
2:44 – (Step 1) What is an I-129F Petition?
5:33 – The NVC Description
6:13 – (Step 2) Fiance Visa Explained
8:00 – Phase 1 of Step 2
8:45 – DS-160
9:07 – Affidavit of Support I-134
11:22 – G-325A Updating
12:38 – Fiance Visa Instruction
13:56 – NBI Police Clearance
14:47 – Other documents needed in the Instructions
15:14 – Medical Requirements
15:49 – Phase 2 of Step 2
18:30 – Timing Consideration for the Medical Evaluation
19:27 – Phase 2 Recap
19:40 – Phase 3 of Step 2 – Starting off talking about Marriage Fraud
21:46 – G-325A reminder of why it is important
23:00 – Review of the Applicant besides Marriage Fraud
24:03 – (Step 3) Adjustment of Status after Fiance Visa
25:09 – USCIS Adjustment of Status
25:52 – Affidavit of Support Difference: I-134 and I-864
27:17 – Overview of fiance visa process – Recap

If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to call Fickey Martinez Law Firm at (910) 526-0066 or email us at attorney@fickeymartinezlaw.com.

 

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