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ForeverFerrer

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About ForeverFerrer

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  • City
    Dallas
  • State
    Texas

Immigration Info

  • Immigration Status
    K-1 Visa
  • Place benefits filed at
    Texas Service Center
  • Local Office
    Dallas TX
  • Country
    Cuba

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  1. We have received the date of our interview, we were told that we would be about to change the date or request a new date for the interview. I was wondering if anyone knew of any information on how to do that. My fiance is Cuban, and we will be going to Georgetown, Guyana for the interview.
  2. I read on another post your fiancé got denied. What was the reason he got denied?
  3. This is from the member DiamondEyes490: I paid $700 to get my documents legalized to get married in Cuba (required as they aren't party to Hague Apostille treaty and that doesn't include translation services and couriers for the embassy in DC) and then $625 for the marriage certificate (that is the actual gov't rate. Doesn't include anything extra like getting married somewhere outside of the notary's office). It really is that expensive. I had a large wedding in Cuba, and 20-25% of the cost was just the paperwork. This is from the member DiamondEyes490: I paid $700 to get my documents legalized to get married in Cuba (required as they aren't party to Hague Apostille treaty and that doesn't include translation services and couriers for the embassy in DC) and then $625 for the marriage certificate (that is the actual gov't rate. Doesn't include anything extra like getting married somewhere outside of the notary's office). It really is that expensive. I had a large wedding in Cuba, and 20-25% of the.
  4. Why would you even insert yourself in a topic you clearly know nothing about. You have no association or knowledge with Cuba. If you did then you would know that the Embasy in DC requires couriers. If you would’ve read the thread another member actually got married in Cuba, and for the whole process to just make it legal and the marriage certificate , which includes the Cuban Embassy in D.C over $1300.
  5. If the spousal visa worked for your relationship, that's great. Every relationship circumstances are different, and different countries. The spousal visa takes longer, and I need my fiance here with me as soon as possible. I was responding to the post, it regards to Cuba since that's where my fiance is from, they do things a little differently. This cost of the marriage certificate maybe less, but the K-1 visa is what we selected to go with.
  6. That’s just the fee for the marriage certificate in Cuba, you would still have to pay for the spousal visa process which of around 2,000. If that works for you then go for ir but we didn’t go with that option
  7. No this man is giving you false advice. He’s didn’t even marry someone that was Cuban. If you marry a Cuban you have to file information with the Cuban Embassy in Washington. Good luck with that one, I called them for months and no answer. I even went to the US Embassy in Havana to see if there was a way they could get in contact, and they couldn’t. If you have time, you would have to go to the Cuban Embassy in D.C
  8. This isn’t true there has not been any law that has been passed that prevents Cubans from getting a K1 Visa. My fiancé is Cuban. We were going to marry in Havana, and go the spousal visa route. However, the Cuban government requires about 800-900 for that marriage to be legal to a foreigner. That just didn’t work for us, we decided to go the K1 visa route, because it seemed more economically.
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