Things To Remember During The Fiance Visa Process

???Submission checklist for the petitioner (US citizen) :The application should be accompanied by all the necessary supporting documents, photos, and submission payments. Insert everything into an envelope and mail it to the Immigration & Naturalization Regional District Office. Add the Post Office labels for Certified Mail and mail.Documents Required for the fiance visa process :While the process is going on, the alien fiance (e) should collect the following documents:Apart from the documents mentioned above, the consular officer may ask for additional information depending on the circumstances of the case. Any document in a foreign language should have an English translation. Have photocopies of civil documents, such as birth and marriage certificates while going for the interview. Original documents will be returned to you.Note that the requirements for the fiance visa may differ according to circumstances. The consular office will provide the alien fiance with a request for all the necessary documentsSubmitting the application :Make copies of the completed forms and documents before submitting, that way you have records of everything you sent.Submit the forms, documents and filing fees to your local Immigration and Naturalization office Please note that some USCIS Offices may not accept in-person submissions. Contact your local USCIS Office and get it confirmed.USCIS prefers the direct mail. It is recommended to mail the application via registered mail, this form of postage will enable you to keep a receipt of this transaction. Once the USCIS receives your application, they will stamp the date on the registered mail card and send it back to you.When the petition is filed by the American Citizen and has been approved, the USCIS will notify the alien fiance (e)'s American Embassy and will forward the file. The American Embassy will interview the alien and if approved, will provide he/she with the fiance visa.