USCIS Example Forms: (for K-1 Fiance Visas, K-3 / IR-1 Spousal Visas, Adjustment of Status, Lifting Conditions & US Citizenship)
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K-1 Visa Example Forms - link to blank forms
K-3 & IR-1/CR-1 Visa Example Forms - link to blank forms
Adjustment of Status (Green Card) Example Forms - link to blank forms
Lifting of Conditions (I-751) Example Forms - link to blank forms
Applying for US Citizenship (N-400) Example Forms - link to blank forms
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*If a K-1 visa is not approved within 4 months of the I-129f petition being approved, you must notify the embassy of your intent to still marry your fiance. They have the power to revalidate the I-129f approval for an additional 4 months.