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Anonymous asked in Politics & GovernmentEmbassies & Consulates · 1 decade ago

Possible Questions for Fiancee Visa?

I got an interview date this coming July 10 for my fiancee visa, please help me what are those possible questions they will ask,And also for the medical exam how long it will take?I am excited with fear about this. Please help me..Thanks and God bless


I am from the PHilippines(MINDANAO) and my fiancee is in Sta. Rosa CA.

4 Answers

  • HJW
    Lv 7
    1 decade ago
    Favorite Answer


    The immigration requirements for a K1 Visa are simple but firm:

    The petitioner must be a United States citizen. Legal Permanent Resident “Green Card” holders of the U.S. are not allowed to obtain a K1 Visa for their foreign fiancee.

    Both the petitioner (U.S. citizen) and the beneficiary (foreign fiancee) must be free to marry. This means that if either has been previously married he or she must be either divorced or widowed, or else the marriage must be legally annulled.

    The petitioner and foreign fiancee must have the intent to marry within 90 days of the foreign fiancee’s arrival in the U.S.

    The petitioner and foreign fiancee must have met in person within two years prior to filing the fiancee visa petition with the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (the USCIS and formerly the "INS" - Immigration and Naturalization Service ). There is a hardship waiver available for this requirement, but it is extremely difficult to obtain. The fact that the petitioner is too busy with his work, children, sick parent, etc. will not be adequate to obtain the waiver. To qualify for a waiver, most often there is a medical condition that prevents the US citizen from international travel.

    The U.S. citizen petitioner must meet a minimum income requirement that is the poverty level set by Congress every February.

    you will have to prove your relationship was going for 2 years at least

    they will ask both of you questions about the relationship, tastes, to make sure you know one another

    The foreign fiancee must pass a medical exam at a clinic approved by the U.S. Consulate that is processing the fiancee visa application. The fiancee must not have any type of communicable disease or serious mental illness.

    The foreign fiancee must also not have a criminal record. Some arrests and/or convictions are exempt from this requirement. If this is a concern in your situation you should consult an immigration attorney experienced with fiancee visas before proceeding further.

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  • 4 years ago

    Bottom line: You can apply for the Fiancee Visa right away. It does not effect her visa waiver, so it is OK for her to come and go, while the Fiancee Visa is being processed. The way a Fiancee Visa petition works, is you as the US citizen sponsor have formally petitioned to request a visa for your UK Fiancee to enter the USA for the purposes of marriage. All the work has been done by you (the sponsor) at the US side. You submitted the petition, the petition is processed based on your request only. While it is being processed, there is no effect on any visa or Visa Waiver that your Fiancee is eligible for. Eventually, the petition arrives at the US consulate in London. At that time they will contact her directly, and ask her to schedule an interview at the consulate. When she arrives at the consulate, bringing her paperwork, passport, etc, is the time that she becomes officially actively involved in the fiancee visa process. At the interview her Fiancee Visa is granted or denied. If granted, any other US visas she may have in her passport are canceled. As a citizen of UK she enjoys the Visa Waiver Program. This allows her to visit the USA, and stay up to 6 months in a year. All without the need to apply for a special visa. Up until the time that she has her Fiancee Visa interview, any visas she has or the visa waiver privileges she has are still totally valid. Can she visit? Yes. Will she be allowed to visit? Maybe. Her eligibility to enter the USA on the VWP is valid. HOWEVER, whether she is allowed to actually enter the USA is at the discretion of the border officer. If he believes she may be planning to stay indefinitely, ( thus violating the terms of VWP ) he can turn her away. A round trip ticket, and convincing story of how soon she will return to UK, may be required. If she enters successfully: Make sure she does not violate the terms of the visa or visa waiver. This means she must NOT try to remain indefinitely in the US. She may just visit, sight see, tour, holiday... whatever. She must NOT overstay, must NOT illegally work. Make sure she leaves the US and attends her interview in UK for the Fiance Visa. Best of luck Fred Wahl Matchmaker

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  • 1 decade ago

    Possible questions in the interview will dwell on your relationship with your fiance. How and when you met, proof of correspondence, pictures, cards, how well you know his family, if you have been married before, children. The consul will have to be convinced that your is not a marriage for convenience. (meaning, just to come to the US)

    Medical exam is like a the ususal physical exam albeit more detailed.

    While I understand that your fears are normal, just relax and if you are telling the truth, all will go well.

    Good luck. God bless.**

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    This is probably one of the surer ways to get in the country... you don't mention where you are from and I imagine each embassy will be somewhat more and less strict - - make sure all your papers are in order and it should go well - - good luck to you..

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