Fiancée & Spouse Marriage To A U.S. Citizen

At Stacer, PLC, we are experienced immigration advisers and advocates. Our Plymouth immigration attorney and staff work diligently to help our clients obtain lawful residency in the U.S. for their spouses and future spouses, either on a permanent or temporary basis. We are efficient and responsive and work hard to achieve our clients' goals as quickly as possible.

Contact our firm for a free initial consultation with an experienced immigration lawyer.

Obtaining a Fiancée or Marriage Visa

There are four ways a spouse or future spouse can obtain lawful residency in the U.S.

  • You can apply for a K-1 visa for your fiancé or fiancée who lives abroad. Once your future spouse comes to the U.S., you have 90 days to get married. Your spouse can then apply for lawful permanent residency, otherwise known as a green card.
  • If you are a U.S. citizen and marry someone abroad, your spouse can apply for an immigrant visa as a spouse of a U.S. citizen (IR1 or CR1) or a non immigrant visa for a spouse (K-3 visa).
  • If you come to the U.S. and marry someone here, you can apply for an immigrant visa as the spouse of a U.S. citizen and obtain lawful permanent residency, otherwise known as a green card.

Note: A holder of a K-3 visa is allowed multiple re-entry into the United States and advanced parole is NOT needed.

Efficient Visa Services

Our firm can handle all tasks relating to your visa application. Attorney Andrew Stacer can review your situation and explain how we can help. Mr. Stacer can also discuss any specific issues that could delay the process as well as potential solutions. Then our firm will work to help you achieve your visa goal quickly and efficiently. We will complete all forms and gather the necessary supporting documentation, follow up with U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services and work diligently to obtain results for you as soon as possible.

Contact Our Attorney for Help With Spouse-Related Immigration Matters

Stacer, PLC wants to help your spouse or future spouse obtain lawful residency in the U.S. Contact us online for a free initial consultation with a Michigan attorney.