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Fiance Visa Approved for Russian Client

by JP Sarmiento on September 5, 2010

CASE: I-129F Fiance Petition and Fiance Visa

PETITIONER: Originally from Russia and current US Naturalized Citizen


Our client, the Petitioner, met his Russian fiancé online and they vacationed in Thailand early this year. A few months after he came back to the States and his fiancé, back in Russia, he retained our firm to get a visa for his fiancé. We informed him of all supporting documents we would need, helped him and his fiancé draft a letter in support of the fiancé petition, and filed the petition on March 18, 2010. On June 22, 2010, the I-129F fiancé petition was approved. Our client’s fiancé was then scheduled for a fiancé immigrant visa interview in early September 2010 at the US Embassy in Moscow. We prepared all forms and supporting documents for her interview and sent them by international mail to Moscow. She was also prepared prior to the appointment. On September 2, 2010, our client passed her fiancé visa interview. She would be reunited with our client in the U.S. soon and would get married within 90 days of her entry. From there she can apply for her green card.


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