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Thread: What are the Advantages and Limitations of a K-1?

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    What are the Advantages and Limitations of a K-1?

    The K-1 visa is ideal for those who prefer not to travel overseas to marry their fiance(e) and apply for their green card from the US. Applying for a K-1 visa process is a faster process than having to travel overseas to get married, and wait for a spousal petition to get approved. The finace(e)’s unmarried children under the age of 21 may also enter the US with the fiance(e) as accompanying relatives. The K-1 visa is also a multiple entry visa and the visa holder may also apply for work authorization immediately upon admission to the US.

    There are no extensions allowed in K-1 visas under any circumstances. Even after marriage, the K-1 visa holder will go out of status after the 90 day period of admission, and therefore should take action on applying for adjustment of status expeditiously.

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    The K-1 spousal visa is not harder visa you can afford it very simply by fulfill immigration guidelines. My friend also gets a K-1 spousal visa but he get the help from a immigration firm in Houston,TX.

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