3 Things You Should Know For Your Prospective Marriage Visa


There are many different types of visas for those who want to immigrate to the United States. A Prospective Marriage Visa is one of them. A Prospective Marriage Visa grants a U.S. resident the ability to sponsor their fiancé or spouse for immigration if they’re engaged and plan on getting married within 90 days of entry into the country. The following three points will help you know how a Prospective Marriage Visa works:

– These Visas can be used by anyone that is already engaged and plans on marrying soon after entering the U.S., not just spouses
– If someone has been previously deported from America, they would need an I-212 form to get back in
– These Visas can take up to a year or more, so couples should plan accordingly

Prospective Marriage Visas are a great way to have an accessible entrance into the U.S. Couples need to consider that it can take up to one year or more before receiving permanent status.