Answer the following questions to see if you may be eligible for a Fiancé(e) visa (K1).

The U.S. fiancé(e) must prove that he or she is a United States citizen. Green Card holders cannot sponsor their foreign fiancé(e) for the K1 visa. However, they may marry their foreign fiancé(e) overseas, and then sponsor their new spouse for the CR1 visa.

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The USCIS and the Consular Officers need to be sure that your marriage is not the so-called “scam marriage”.

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Both fiancé(e)s must be of legal age for marriage as stipulated by the laws of the U.S. state where they intend to get married. If either one of the fiancé(e)s was ever married before, they must prove that their marriage has been legally terminated. The evidence can be a divorce or annulment decree or a death certificate.

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The couple must prove that they have met in person at least once within the last 2 years. Skype and video calls do not count.

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These crimes include domestic violence, sexual assault, child abuse and neglect, dating violence, elder abuse, homicide, murder, manslaughter, rape, abusive sexual contact, kidnapping, abduction, unlawful criminal restraint, false imprisonment, etc. If the U.S. fiancé(e) has been convicted of any of these crimes (or attempted them), they may be disqualified for a K1 visa.

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