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I want to be with a man from Canada, would it be easier for me to go there or him to come here?

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 09th, 2016 on Immigration - Kentucky
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We plan on marrying, so can we do a fiance visa? How long does that take, cost and are we able to be together before it's issued? How do we go about being able to obtain employment? What is the time frame for that as well?
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Answered on Jun 09th, 2016 at 2:06 PM

You may be able to file a fiancé visa petition. Have you met in person during the past two years? Do you intend to marry within 90 days of his entry? If so, you could file a fiancé visa petition. The fiancé visa process is two step. The first step is for you to file a fiancé visa petition. It will take approximately five months for USCIS to issue a decision. Once approved, your fiancé applies for a visa. This stage takes one to three months depending upon how quickly your fiancé gathers supporting documents and appointment availability. After he is issued the visa, he can come to the United States and after you marry he filed for his green card. He can request employment authorization after he enters by filing the appropriate application. You can read more about fiancé visas at http://myattorneyusa.com/k-1-and-k-2-visas-for-fiancees-and-derivatives.

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