Fiancée (K-1) Status Approved for Client’s Fiancée from China
Client: a U.S. citizen fiancé
Location: Suburb of Cincinnati, Ohio
Case Type: I-129 Nonimmigrant Petition (K-1 Category for Fiancée)
BACKGROUND: Our client retained us to secure a status for his fiancée.
Date of Application: May 19, 2014
Date of Approval: August 20, 2014
WE HELPED OUR CLIENT prove that his relationship with his fiancée is bona fide (in good faith) and the result of love and trust.
ABOUT THREE MONTHS LATER, our client’s fiancée received her status to stay in the U.S.
CHALLENGE: For many officials, memories of marriage fraud cases are still fresh. Hence, the crux is to prove that the relationship is the result of love and trust. That is, the relationship is not only real, but also meant to be a marriage in good faith. After all, fraud cases also had legally real relationships conjured up in haste. Extensive documentation is helpful. Retaining a lawyer with a reasonable price is another bonus. With a bargain price, one may secure status for loved ones. For this type of cases, credibility is the key to approval. Lawyers’ duty to act ethically tend to add credibility to cases. Legal assistance will help you present a convincing and credible case.
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