Use Our Thailand Services to Get a Fiancee or Fiancé K1, K3 or Spouse Visa
Eight-five percent of residents of Thailand speak a dialect of Thai, and the lack of understanding and comprehension of the English language is one of the biggest obstacles in obtaining a fiancee or fiancé K1, K3 or spouse or marriage visa. In addition, specific types of previous work experience can preclude a Thai citizen from receiving a visa, therefore accurate documentation is essential.
The Law Group has agents, and attorneys in Thailand that can communicate with your fiancee, fiancé or spouse in their native language and help overcome the communication barrier. We can assist by capitalizing on the strong relationship that exists between Thailand and the United States--which is Thailand's largest export market. Importantly, these two countries have several bilateral treaties, including a 2004 free trade agreement designed to reduce and eliminate barriers to trade and investment between the two countries.
Turn to us when you are ready to deal with all the issues and challenges involved with obtaining a visa for your fiancee, fiancé or spouse. We provide you with all of the essential information and advise you as to exactly what is needed in addition to handling all translations, and attending the interview when appropriate and when permitted to do so.
You may request a customized consultation or fill out a contact form for further information. Contact us in the United States at 1-720-535-1849 if you require additional assistance.
Our mission, is that you receive your fiancee, (fiance), K1, Visa, or marriage,
spouse, K3 Visa in the shortest amount of time possible, and without problems.
Unlike others we guarantee this in writing, does anyone else? We are equipped to
take care of all United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) problems
for you, and our professional, and experienced staff will work to ensure that you
will receive your K1, fiancee, (fiance), visa or K3, marriage, spouse visa quickly
in all countries around the world. Hire us to avoid the mistakes made by many that
lead to fiance, fiancee, spouse, and marriage visa denials. However, if you used
another service, or attempted to obtain a visa yourself and were denied we can
still help, contact us immediately for details.
The USCIS reports that almost 50% of all fiance, fiancee,
spouse, marriage, Visa Applications are DENIED!
We have Offices or Agents or Attorneys in the following locations Offering Special Services
Now you can be denied a visa for what you say to the doctor at the medical
interview. Even if you think your case is a simple one, don’t fool yourself
into thinking that you don't need an attorney to help you, because you are not
trained on how to complete this complex process, or to recognize all of the
answers that are Red Flags that will immediately cause your application to be
among the 50% denied! We can tell you unequivocally that NONE of our applications
are in that 50%!!! People often ask us “how difficult is it to fill out a
few forms"? But we receive daily calls, and inquires, from people crushed and
nearly in tears asking for our help in correcting legal mistakes that
significantly impaired the expected results of their case. Do you know that
every Embassy for every country has their particular issues and areas that will
lead to immediate denial, and not one of those areas is explained nor
highlighted on any of their forms.
We have the Experience!
We GUARANTEE our success! We have an amazing 100% Success rate for our
fiancee (fiance) K1 visas, K3 visas, or marriage and spouse visa clients.
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.