Fiancée – Immediate Relative

Oana is here! She was granted the fiancée visa. We returned from Romania last week, but have been so busy with wedding arrangements that we forgot to email you. We are getting married in a small civil ceremony on Saturday. Thank you for your help.

– Tom Hayes (assumed name), Fiancée from Bucharest, Romania

Tom and Oana were engaged and planned to get married when things took an unexpected turn. Oana had gone back in September to break the news to her family and plan the October wedding. She had planned to apply for an H-1B visa to re enter the U.S. since she had found employment with a U.S. employer following her Master’s degree at the University of Bridgeport. Unfortunately for her, the employer terminated her employment abruptly. Tom rushed to our Office with the bad news and wanting us to file a fiancée visa for Oana the same week. Working closely with Tom and Oana in Bucharest, our legal team prepared and filed the K Visa petition the same week. Our efforts paid off when we obtained an approval and followed up with the National Visa Center to facilitate the visa interview for Oana at the U.S. Embassy in Bucharest, Romania. Tom’s email above is typical and reflects the sentiments of a satisfied client. We have since filed Oana’s Adjustment Application following her marriage to Tom within 90 days of entry into the United States.

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