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Sample Fiance(e) Petition List

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In order to initiate the fiancé(e) visa process, the petitioner (U.S. citizen) must file a petition on behalf of the beneficiary (foreign fiancé(e)) with the USCIS.

The following is a sample list of forms and documentation required by the USCIS.

  1. Original Petition for Alien Fiancé(e) (Form I-129F) with filing fee ($340). Learn more about fiancé(e) visa fees here.
  2. Original Biographic Information Sheet (Form G-325A) for the fiancé(e).
  3. Original Biographic Information Sheet (Form G-325A) for the U.S. citizen.
  4. Proof of petitioner’s U.S. citizenship.
    i. Copy of certificate of naturalization OR
    ii. Copy of biographic page of U.S. passport OR
    iii. Copy of certificate of birth
  5. Two (2) color photographs (dimension of 2”x2”) of the fiancé(e).
  6. Two (2) color photographs (dimension of 2”x2”) of the U.S. citizen.
  7. Copy of divorce and/or death certificate(s) of any previous spouse(s) of both the fiancé(e) and U.S. citizen (if applicable).
  8. Evidence that the fiancé(e) and U.S. citizen have met (in person) in the two (2) years preceding the filing of the petition.
  9. Fiancé(e)’s statement establishing his or her intent to marry.
  10. U.S. citizen’s statement establishing his or her intent to marry.
  11. Evidence of a bona fide relationship between U.S. citizen and fiancé(e). This may consist of photographs of the couple, email exchanges, telephone bills, letters, airline ticket receipts or other documentation.

*All foreign language documents must be accompanied by a certified English translation.

Additional Questions?

For a further understanding of when and how the K visa process works, you may wish to read our outline of the fiancé(e) visa process, or our fiancé(e) visa FAQs.

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