K-1 visa is a non-immigrant visa that permits the foreign fiancé(e) of a U.S citizen to enter the U.S. and marry with the U.S citizen within 90 days of the arrival. K-1 visa allows the foreign fiancé(e) to have time to immigrate to the U.S while staying in the U.S.
Both an U.S citizen and the foreign fiancé(e) must be of legal age to marry.
Both an U.S citizen and the foreign fiancé(e) must meet at least once within the past two years. However, if it is not permitted culturally or religiously, the immigration may excuse the requirement.
If one of them married before, he or she must get divorced legally.
Both an U.S citizen and the foreign fiancé(e) must prove that they would not live on relief.
The foreign fiancé(e) must prove that he or she is qualified to get an immigrant visa.
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