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Though instructions are posted on the net regarding how to do it, the application for K1 visa is actually not as simple as it seems. Here are some important points an applicant needs know to avoid common causes of K1 visa denials in Bangkok. Eligibility The common dilemma in eligibility faced by couples is the […]

What are the visa options for a spouse of a U.S. citizen to come to the United States? Depending on the length of their marriage, there are three several options for the married couple. K3 Visa A K3 visa is under a non-immigrant visa issued to a spouse permitting her to enter the United States. […]

The CR1 visa is the type of US visa issued in favor of spouses of US citizens and lawful permanent residents who are living outside the United States if they have been married for less than two years. How to get CR1 Visa in Thailand? The application process for CR1 visa starts with the filing […]

Thai nationals married to U.S. Citizens who are applies for K3 visas may bring their unmarried children under 21 years with them in the United States through a K4 visa. Being a derivative visa, if the application of the parent for a K3 visa was denied, the ancillary application for a K4 visa is automatically […]

The processing time for IR-1 and CR-1 visa may be almost double the period for K3 visa. The reason is the fact that IR-1 and CR-1 visa undergoes immigration processing before it is issued. The alien spouse will enter the United States as a U.S. Permanent Resident. The K3 visa has shorter processing time but […]

At the beginning of a new decade, it is good to revisit the current K3 application procedure for any innovation or revision. The US Immigration law, though continually updating itself to suit 20th century, did not make any change relevant to rules and regulations relating to K3 application process at the start of the year. […]

Thai Fiancée has the privilege to bring with her to the United States her children to the United States through the US K2 Visa. What is K2 visa? K2 visa is a derivative visa of K1 visa or the US Fiancé visa. Hence, the K2 visa may only be issued if the K1 visa which […]

On December 14, 2009, many were alarmed by reason of a published proposed rule in the Federal Register from the US Department of State through the under Secretary Patrick Kennedy of State for Management. The publication was about the proposed increase in the schedule of fees for consular services, Department of State and Overseas Embassies […]