How Do I Apply?
How Do I Apply For K-1 Fiance (e) Visa?
Only a U.S. citizen can file a fiancé (e) petition. This is done at the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) office that has jurisdiction over the place where the U.S. citizen resides.
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What are the documents required for the K-1 Fiancée Visa Petition?
A fiancée is considered an intending immigrant and therefore should present documents similar to those required for an immigrant visa applicant. These would include:
- a valid Philippine passport, a copy of your birth certificate issued by National Statistics Office (NSO) and printed on NSO security paper
- legal documents proving the termination of a previous marriage;
- NBI clearance, police certificates from all foreign countries where the applicant lived for at least six months starting at the age of 16;
- evidence of the relationship with the petitioner;
- evidence of financial support;
- a medical examination completed by St. Luke’s Medical Center Extension Clinic and visa photographs.
- Evidence must be presented that the couple met in person within the past two years before the petition was filed.