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We Offer Rare, Special Visa Services in the Philippines

Acquiring a fiancee or fiancé K1, K3 or spouse visa in the Philippines can be a challenging endeavor. If this is your goal, you need a strong partner to assist you with your efforts-and that's where The Law Group comes in. We have proven experience in dealing with the U.S. Embassy in Manila, which is typically understaffed and overwhelmed with applications. We're one of the few organizations with the background, resources and patience to help you navigate these bureaucratic obstacles.

The U.S. Embassy in Manila operates without fax, e-mail or phone communication and works through an inconsistent Call Center. Further, documents can be lost in the avalanche of requests they receive, which leads to circumstances where years can pass without a fiancee or fiancé K1, K3 or spouse visa being issued.

The Law Group has offices and staff on site in the Philippines, so we can bypass the red tape and go directly to the embassy to get your visa request processed. We have forged a strong, professional relationship with the embassy staff, so we'll work to get your visa issued quickly and correctly.

So what are you waiting for? Fill out a contact form to learn more about our visa services or call us in the United States at 1-720-535-1849.

The United States Embassy in the Philippines is located at 1201 Roxas Boulevard, Ermita 1000, Manila Philippines. It is one of the busiest Embassies around the world, which can at times make it one of the most difficult to contact. As you go through the process it is very important to keep in mind that the staff at this Embassy is handling so many applications it is impossible for them to take the time to give extra help or guidance. That is why it is so important to hire a law firm that works with the Embassy on a weekly, and daily basis, because we know what they need to successfully process your Visa application and we assist you, your fiancee and/or spouse in making sure they have what they need, when they need it.

When an application is denied, it is most often denied at the Embassy. Therefore, when a service or lawyer offers to process your forms and says they will do so at reduced rates and has a 100% success rate they are not telling you the full story. The USCIS very often approves cases where the Embassy will not issue a visa, and therefore once you receive USCIS "approval" these discount services send you on your way, completely unaware that your "approved" application is destined to have your fiancee and/or spouse's visa potentially denied, or even worse resulting in your fiancee and/or spouse being banned from entering into the United States, for a period of many years, or even permanently! It is important to receive value for the money you spend, but it is not a good idea to take unnecessary chances in having the person you love stranded in a foreign country unable to be in your life, because you wanted to save a few dollars.

We have Offices or Agents or Attorneys in the following locations Offering Special Services

  • Angeles City
  • Manila
  • Cebu

If you have never been to the Philippines and are considering going you will not be disappointed. Generally speaking the Philippine people are some of the kindest, gentle, and sincere people you will meet anywhere. Many things have been written about safety and/or terrorism in the Philippines, but you need to keep in mind all you hear about on the news are the most outrageous incidents, and most of those are completely isolated. If you refrain from wearing things that automatically identify you as an "American" and don't do unnecessary things to draw attention to yourself, your time in the Philippines can be magical. All that is required is you use common sense as you travel this beautiful archipelago and you will be fine. Here are a few more facts about the Philippines you might find interesting: Population; 84,619,974 (July 2003 est.), Age breakdown; 0-14 years: 36.2% (male 15,625,480; female 15,028,498), 15-64 years: 59.9% (male 25,206,467; female 25,485,482) 65 years and over: 3.9% (male 1,427,238; female 1,846,809) (2003 est.), Median age; Male 21.3 years, Female 22.4 years (2002) Total: 21.8, Ethnic groups: Christian 91.5%, Muslim 4%, Chinese 1.5%, other 3%;Religions Roman Catholic 83%, Protestant 9%, Muslim 5%, Buddhist and other 3%; Languages: Two official languages - Filipino (based on Tagalog) and English; eight major dialects - Tagalog, Cebuano, Ilocan, Hiligaynon or Ilonggo, Bicol, Waray, Pampango, and Pangasinense. Take a trip of a lifetime, and meet a spouse for your lifetime.

Once a mistake is made, it is too late. Many people have filed their K1 visa, or K3 marriage visa themselves only to find out that they made costly mistakes on the application that resulted in long delays or oftentimes denials. As experienced US Immigration Attorneys we handle many of these cases--cases where people say they wished they had used our service in the beginning. If you are having problems with the Embassy or USCIS, please call us. We identify and prevent the red flags from becoming problems, before the United States Citizenship and Immigration Service, or Embassies make them issues that could permanently prevent your loved one from ever coming to the United States, or other countries.

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