U.S. citizens who wish to bring their fiancĂ©es to the United States to get married can do that by filing a Petition for Alien FiancĂ©e (Form I-129F) with USCIS. Upon approval of the fiancĂ©e petition, the process is finalized at a U.S. embassy or consulate that has jurisdiction over the residence of the fiancĂ©e. Upon issuance of the fiancĂ©e visa, the fiancĂ©e can enter the United States for 90 days in which period the marriage ceremony must take place. After getting married, the fiancĂ©e can file an application for adjustment of status to apply for permanent residence and remain in the United States while the application for a green card is processed. If the fiancĂ©e has children who are under the age of 21 and unmarried, they may be included on the petition and they will receive K-2 status allowing them to enter the United States with their parent.
Contact Law Offices of Paul Marinov, P.C. to discuss how we can assist you in bringing your fiancĂ© to the United States.