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The Premium service includes everything you would normally receive in the Basic service, plus ongoing support for your Fiancee. Once the Basic Service is successfully concluded your petition will have been granted and the appropriate embassy will be alerted. At that point they will contact your Fiancee and send her a packet containing instructions and forms necessary to set the interview date. Your Fiancee will have to fill out the forms and collect the appropriate documents, including police reports, divorce certificates, etc. etc. and have them ready for the interview. She will also be given instructions as to where and when to undergo the required medical examination.


Initial Telephone Or In Person Consultation With The Attorney.

During the consultation the attorney will ask a series of questions about yourself as well as your Fiancee to gain a better understating of the case. The interview will allow the attorney to recognize and address any possible problems or unusual circumstances that may require special attention. It is our goal to recognize and deal with any problems prior to submitting the case so that the petition can be approved in the shortest time possible.

The Fiancee Visa Packet

You will receive a packet containing detailed instructions as to what documents and forms we will require in order to file your I-129F Petition. It will contain a detailed checklist so that you will be sure to supply us with everything we need the first time so there are no delays in filing your petition. The packet will save you weeks of trying to figure out what forms and supporting documentation you need to gather. Everything you will need in order to complete I-129F Petition will be detailed in the packet and the checklist! It is important that you read the packet, complete the checklist, and gather all the necessary documents and information for us to be able to serve you.

Preparation and Assembly of the I-129F Petition

Once we have received all the documents and information required from you, we will prepare the I-129F Petition. We will not submit an I-129F Petition until we are absolutely confident that there are no hidden pitfalls or problems that may cause the USCIS to "red flag" it and kick it out of the system. Our years of experience and knowledge of the system and the USCIS enable us to detect and solve any potential problems so that the petition that the USCIS receives is "clean" and will be processed in the fastest time possible. Once we are confident that the petition is ready for submission we will Express Mail it to you for your final signature. You will sign it as indicated by our instructions and place the petition in the enclosed self-addresses Express envelope back to our office. Once we receive the signed petition we will Express Mail it to the appropriate USCIS Service Center for processing.

Follow up once the Petition has been submitted:

We know this is an extremely important process for the both of you, which is why our job does not end with the submission of the packet. We will continue to monitor your petition until approval while your case is in the United States. We will keep you apprised of the progress as the petition advances. If the petition is not approved in a reasonable amount of time for the specific service center we will make inquires on your behalf as to the status of the petition. We are committed to getting you an approval in the shortest time possible. We will use all of our experience and knowledge in order to ensure that we do receive the Approval Notice form the USCIS in the shortest time possible.

Phone consultation with Fiancee

The attorney will call your Fiancee and conduct a phone consultation with her in her native language. During the phone consultation the attorney will explain the entire process to the Fiancee and answer any questions she has.

Embassy's packet for Fiancee

The Embassy will mail the Fiancee a packet including certain forms that must be completed by the Fiancee. Our office will complete the forms for the Fiancee and mail them to her prior to her even receiving them from the Embassy. This will help to speed up the process so the interview can be scheduled as quickly as possible.

Embassy Communication

If necessary, our office will handle all correspondence or telephone contact with the U.S. Embassy.

Fiancee Counseling

Attorney Laurie Wu has been through the visa process herself and knows first hand how nervous one can be about the interview and the entire process in general. The fact that some members of the U.S. Embassy tend to view some fiances with a skeptical eye, questioning their true motives, does not help. Our staff will call the Fiancee and review, in depth, all the paper work and supporting documentation as well as exactly what will take place at the interview so the Fiancee knows what to expect and will feel more at ease.

Assistance in the Embassy City

We will have our staff meet with your Fiancee in the Embassy city (Moscow or Kiev) and assist your Fiancee through the remainder of the process. If your Fiancee does not live in the Embassy city we can assist with making arrangements for travel and lodging. One of our staff will also meet personally with the Fiancee and go over her paperwork and discuss what will take place at the interview one final time. We will also assist with making sure that the Fiancee has no problem competing the medical examinations.

It is our goal to be sure that all the paper work and supporting documents are in proper order, and that your Fiancee is relaxed and confident for the interview.

Here are some recent testimonials we have received in reference to our service:

I just wanted to drop a note to say thank you. I am thankful to find your services and I appreciate all that you have done for me & Katya.

As you all know I was engaged in Nizhny Novgorod on our trip. When I returned I hired an attorney to do all the paperwork. Today I recieved the approval of that Visa from the INS, it now goes to the National Visa Center for processing which will take approx. 2 weeks, from there Marina will have her interview in Moscow and then come here.

The Attorney made all the Difference!
Rick W

I just wanted to tell you something. I have had some experiences with attorney's over the years and I appreciate your personal interaction and prompt replies that isn't usually the case with most I've dealt with. It speaks well of you in my eyes and I would reccomend you highly to anyone needing your services.
Thanks, Ron

We did it, Elena got the visa right away, she did not sleep at all the nite before. Thank you for your help and I will contact you when Elena gets here to go over pre nuptual interpretation and thank you personally for your help. Your still invited to the wedding, I know you would have fun , also it would be good p.r. for again,
Dennis and Elena

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