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What is the maximum stay a foreign fiancee can have in the U.S.?
Citizen and alien fiancée must marry and file for lawful permanent residency (green card) within ninety days of arriving in the United States.
Furthermore, the U.S. citizen and alien fiancée must have met within two years of filing the petition. The requirement for two-year meetings can be waived.
It is necessary for both parties to be legally able to marry.
Therefore, fiancee visa petitions must be filed before divorces are finalised.
Immigration law requires applicants to be aware of immigrant intent, unlawful presence, and public charge issues. Moreover, USCIS will examine the relationship to ensure that it is bona fide and not entered into solely for immigration purposes.
After the K-1 Petition is approved, what happens next?
After USCIS approves the petition, the application is sent to the National Visa Center for security checks. As soon as the National Visa Center receives the petition, the embassy will forward it to the consulate, which will then send a letter to the alien fiancée requesting a list of documents.
Additionally, security clearance processing will begin at the consulate. Consular processing has become more complex and time-consuming after 9/11 due to security checks. Depending on the security clearance, the beneficiary may be inadmissible to the country.
Your fiancée will be interviewed by a consular officer once all processing has been completed and all the necessary documents have been submitted.
A K-1 Visa officer will review all documents and question the applicant to determine if the relationship is bona fide, to ensure the applicant is not inadmissible, and to ensure he or she will not become a public charge. A fiancee visa valid for one entry for a period of six months is issued if the consular officers determine that your fiancée meets all of the legal requirements