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If you are a U.S. citizen, have just gotten engaged, and your fiancé(e) is a national of another country and lives abroad, you are probably tired of the long-distance relationship and have questions about how to bring them into the U.S. lawfully.
Our attorneys have prepared a fact sheet, a summary of key facts in a case, for the process of a a U.S. citizen obtaining a K-1 Fiancé(e) Visa for their non-U.S. national fiancé(e) that lives outside of the U.S.
If this situation applies to you, we encourage you to speak with an immigration attorney about the specifics of your case to ensure that your immigration process goes smoothly. The fact pattern provided only provides a guide for what to expect, so be aware that every immigration case is unique.
You can access this fact pattern for a Fiancé(e) Visa, as well as other resources, at our downloadable resources page.