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Avoid The Hassle And Heartache Of Immigration Problems

Planning a wedding is complicated enough on its own. Add to that the complexities of immigration issues, and you have a recipe for potential disaster.

When marriage intersects with immigration, you and your fiancé(e) may find yourselves facing countless questions. At the Law Offices of George Giosmas, an immigration firm in South Florida, we have answers.

Our attorney has devoted his career — more than 30 years — to immigration law. Mr. Giosmas has a knack for spotting potential problems and opportunities for success. You and your fiancé(e) can have peace of mind knowing he will look after your interests. Let us handle the legal complexities while you focus on enjoying this exciting milestone.

The First Step: Getting Here

Marriage to a U.S. citizen opens the door to family-based immigration. So long as the marriage is genuine (and not just a sham to get immigration benefits), it often leads to a green card and eventual citizenship.

However, the first step involves legally entering the country to get married. A fiancé visa (K-1 visa) is available to nationals of foreign countries who are:

  • Engaged to a U.S. citizen
  • Residing outside of the U.S.
  • Planning to marry in the U.S.

You must meet numerous additional requirements to qualify. For example, a criminal history could limit your immigration opportunities. Additionally, your U.S. citizen fiancé(e) must demonstrate that he or she has sufficient financial means to support you.

If approved, the fiancé visa will allow you to enter and lawfully remain in the United States for a limited period of time. You will also have the opportunity to apply for a work permit. However, you must get married within 90 days; otherwise, the visa will expire, and it cannot be extended.

Leave The Legalities In Our Hands

Applying for a fiance visa can be an intimidating experience. During this important life step, you should not have to worry about the complexities of immigration. Call our office at 954-416-2926 or 877-864-5417 for a free phone consultation to learn more about the fiance visa process and how we can help. Based in South Florida, our lawyer handles fiance visas and other immigration matters nationwide. Contact us today.

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