K-1 Visa

 K-1 visa interview
Former Visa Officer Insights

Even if you know your relationship is genuine, you need to make sure you are able to communicate that to the Visa Officer

Pass your K-1 visa interview

The K-1 visa is for fiancé's coming to the U.S. to get married to their U.S. Citizen partner.

The stakes for this visa are very high because a refusal can leads to month of further separation and would require you to re-apply from the beginning.

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Common Issues K-1
Visa Applicants have:

Our team has interviewed thousands of K-1 visa applicants during our time as Visa Officers, so we know what kind of issues you may run into at your interview.

Cultural Barriers

You need to communicate the authenticity of your relationship with potential cultural differences in mind.

Previous refusals

Visa Officers can see all of your visa history.

Your “story” doesn’t make sense

The Visa Officer needs to feel confident that you will use the visa properly.

Relying too much on documents

Documents DO matter for this type of visa. But, some applicants go into this interview not prepared enough to talk about their situation.

History of your relationship

Your visa won't be denied because of the history itself, but it is important to show you have a bona fide relationship through the way you share the story.

Know all the details of your relationship

Make sure you know all of the factual details of your relationship, it's background, and pertinent information about your partner.

Don’t use single word answers

Visa Officers hate one-word answers. You need to give answers that are thorough, yet concise.

Be confident when talking about your situation

Confidence is key! Being overly nervous will make it very difficult to showcase the strengths of your case.

Be proactive

It's your responsibility to give the Visa Officer the information they need to approve your visa.

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