Most people are familiar with the K-1 fiancé(e) visa or 90-day fiancé(e) visa used to enter the United States to marry a US Citizen. A fiancé(e) visa is not the only way to enter the United States for purposes of marriage. In fact, a fiancé(e) visa is only required if your intent is to marry and remain permanently in the United States. Learn about how you can enter the United States to marry a US citizen as a temporary visitor.
Arrive US Immigration Law Podcast – Episode 17 – In the most recent episode of the Arrive Podcast, we discuss what types of evidence are used to prove that a marriage is “bonafide” for U.S. Immigration purposes. You can watch the episode here on YouTube or listen wherever you find your favorite podcasts.