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I'm looking to start filing a k-1 visa soon for my fiance in China and i was wondering how i could aid in anyway to make the processing time much faster? Could i submit it to a certain processing center so they will process it more quickly? Is there any good companies you know of that know how to get it processed ultra fast? Thanks any help would be more than useful!

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I'm looking to start filing a k-1 visa soon for my fiance in China and i was wondering how i could aid in anyway to make the processing time much faster? Could i submit it to a certain processing center so they will process it more quickly? Is there any good companies you know of that know how to get it processed ultra fast? Thanks any help would be more than useful!

My friend,

The process from the moment you send the petition to the moment your fiancè would get his visa in China,could take on average between 6/7 months to even a year or more in some cases and no company or lawyer in the world can overrule the processing times of the USCIS and the Consulates. There are some exceptions where a petitioner can file for an expedite request but It's only for limited categories of people like armed forces personel that are going to be deployed while their petition is pending,or for those with extreme hardships requirement. Not sure if you fall into one of these two categories.

In summary there's no such a thing as "fast" when we talk about visas. If you two do not have particular issues and meet the requirements for the K-1 visa then I'd strongly suggest to simply follow the guides on this website and the precious help of many veteran members in order to have a smooth as possible process. That's what I did with my fiancèe and we didn't end up spending a single penny with third party agencies or lawyers. Of course the choice is yours, mine is a friendly advice :thumbs:

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I'm looking to start filing a k-1 visa soon for my fiance in China and i was wondering how i could aid in anyway to make the processing time much faster? Could i submit it to a certain processing center so they will process it more quickly? Is there any good companies you know of that know how to get it processed ultra fast? Thanks any help would be more than useful!

When you send in your petition to the Texas address, it will get routed to the service center that serves your area. You do not get to choose which one you want it to go to. There is no service company that can speed up the process for you, so you might as well do it yourself and save your money. Follow the guides here on VJ, and then wait. There is nothing fast about this process. 'Good things come to those that wait' has never been truer than for the immigration process. :)


Link to K-1 instructions for Ciudad Juarez, Mexico > http://travel.state.gov/content/dam/visas/K1/CDJ%20-%20Ciudad%20Juarez.pdf

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Unless you have a legitimate reason to expedite the service...sorry. You need to wait patiently like everyone else.


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As the others have said, no fast way.

If you want "as fast as possible" do it yourself, because a company/ lawyer will delay things as they need to get ninfo from you, pass it on etc.


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As the others have said, no fast way.

If you want "as fast as possible" do it yourself, because a company/ lawyer will delay things as they need to get ninfo from you, pass it on etc.

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