How to Get a K-1 visa Interview Approval
even if you know nothing about the process or have lot’s of ‘Red Flags’

Don’t take chances. The K-1 visa Interview is the final and most important step before you two start your lives together. Preparation makes the difference between approval and denial.

Control your own K-1 outcome and get an approval, without hiring expensive attorneys or filing services. 

It’s depressing to think one single interview determines your future happiness. There’s so much riding on the approval because you want to begin your lives together.

It’s a scary thought that if you’re denied, you have to start all over again.

● All your exciting life plans are on hold.

● Months of agonizing waiting, separation and constant anxiety

● Spending even more money

● A bad “denial” stamp on your immigration records.

● Worst yet, there’s no guarantee that you’ll pass next time.

I used to fantasize worst-case scenarios…you know, where you think a small detail in your form, paperwork, or document may cause a denial. Many sleepless nights stressing over it all.

I mean, just take a look to sense the anxiety from the couples I’ve had the pleasure of helping over the years…

Let me take a guess. You have the same exact feelings and it’s unbearable right now.

But, you know what? You cannot give up now. Just keep in mind how

Life is finally coming together 

● Excited family, friends are waiting to meet your fiance(e) 

● long you’ve waited and money you spent

The K-1 visa Interview is the final and most important step before you two are together again. 


This really counts and you must be ready

You absolutely can NOT risk anything before this interview. Know why? Because the US Embassy has the final and sole authority to issue or deny a visa. No argument or pleading. If they don’t approve, then it’s game over.

That’s what really shocked my mind. How does someone get to decide if my relationship was real or not? just from a short interview?

Here’s how one of my readers put it:



All these things don’t happen by themselves 

Do you stop everything you’re doing just to answer their text messages? call each other on time every day? feels like life will be complete with them around? Just imagine how it’ll feel when you’re actually standing in front of each other.

It’s going to be reality soon. Instead of saying “goodnight” on the phone — you’re actually going to kiss each other goodnight. Not just planning vacations — but actually going to them. 

All of these things don’t happen by themselves.

I remember my fiance’s K-1 visa process like it was yesterday. After every night, the phone call ended with her in tears. She’d ask why it was taking so long.

Our K-1 process took over 300 days. We simply HATED it. I checked my email every 2 hours for any updates. Then closing my eyes and putting my head down.

I was always nervous about the interview. I was desperate because I knew I had some dangerous Red Flags. I got depressed worrying that my fiance’s visa was in jeopardy. I had finally found the right girl after SO long; I couldn’t bear to be separated. We felt so helpless that we didn’t even plan a wedding because we weren’t sure about approval. 

Could you Imagine a denial after all of that? 


So, what’s the secret formula for approval? 

How do you know the months of stress were worth it?  All that time waiting and biting your nails, the excitement of your friends and family, wondering what’s going to happen next.

Here’s the truth: there’s no secret — you must be prepared — and YOU must take responsibility. Take control of your future because it’s a privilege not a right. Lawyer, attorneys, filing services or anyone else will not put in the work, like YOU will. 

Here’s what you must remember

● It’s Your happiness

● Your future


If you work smart enough, you will succeed

An attorney, filing service or other representative won’t put in work, like you will. Don’t assume that because you paid someone — they’ll get you an approval.  That’s not how it works.

In fact, you’ll read below, you’re still stuck doing most of the work. Which never made any sense to me. So, take the matter in your own hands.

When I urge couples to take control and give them the right resources, these are the type of responses I get:  


37% of applicants fail at their first interview

You may have read my report on how recent official k-1 visa statistics show increasing denials. Those astonishing days are gone when we saw 98% approval rates. Now it’s in the low 80%. 

Even so, it doesn’t mean that all were approved without a problem. Look again at the chart…

Do you see the “Refused” part? At their first attempt, those applicants were denied. That’s more than 1 out 3 applicants. The “waived/overcome” applicants may have to go through months of painful Administrative Processing ordeal. If they “overcome” it, then they’re approved.

So, what’s so surprising about this chart?  37% of the applicants fail at their first attempt. Then they go through months of heartaches hoping to fix problems. Out of those, only half are approved. 

Remember I urge you to be prepared and proactive? that’s why!


Why you must absolutely prepare well

The USCIS or the US Embassy can take a long time to process your caseIt takes time and hard work to prepare for the big day. The more you do the more confident you’ll be in approval.

What’s the most common reason for denials? It’s when applicant’s aren’t prepared. The 221(g) denial is issued due to missing or incomplete documents, or not having convincing bona fide evidence of relationship (because of “Red flags”).

Don’t just take my word for it, check the US Dep’t of State’s website. See the US DOS list of denials. Look under “visa refusals” to types.

For 2016 out of the 300,000+ immigrant denials (including K-1), a vast majority was 221(g) which is predominantly refusal due to missing documents or fraud (not enough bona fide evidence). 


How do you prepare for approval?

Plenty of resources are out there (even free). So, why listen to me? 

Those websites out there don’t have complete information. They’re just bits and pieces.

Let me explain. Most blogs are of those who went through the process. But they explain everything in just their case. They focus on what they did and how they did it. You’re left asking if these things apply to YOU.

I can’t help it. I have to jump in and correct someone before it get’s them a denial…

Then you have to jump from site to site looking for the right answer.

Other times, they have wrong information. I can’t remember how many times I’ve jumped into forum threads just to prevent a tragedy. People intend to do good but end up doing the opposite.

Pick the right coach. Here’s what it comes down to — it’s a matter of having the right coach guide you. This coach has to be meticulous in every detail. He/she has to provide you the RIGHT information. 

Even if you’re inexperienced, and never filed an immigration form in your life, a good coach holds your hand to lead you step by step. 


No one will do it like you can (with a little help…)

How can anyone expect you to battle immigration all by yourself? this is probably one of the first times you’re dealing with them, right? 

I know what you’re thinking:


Can I just be safe and hire a professional? I don’t want to risk it.
it's important to clearly describe your situation in the k-1 fiance visa interview for best results
It’s no secret that professionals are good.
But, they have a serious handicap.

They can be careless because they won’t spend time on your case. They earn real money going after big-business clients not small family petitions (such as K-1 visas). To them it’s not worth their time. In the end, their bad work quality can give you RFEs, delays or even denials.

I used to think they had special connections, knew secrets, shortcuts, or loopholes. That’s totally wrong. 

They can only file the petitions on your behalf — simply fill out your paperwork. That’s it. In fact, they leave most of the work to you. You collect your own documents and make your own files. They won’t go to the interview, talk to the consular, or pick up the phone and work magic.  

How does this make any sense especially since you paid them for their services?


I don’t have the time to do all of this. 
It’s understandable, some of us are too busy to sit down and fill out forms. Maybe in this instance, I would say, “yeah, go ahead and hire someone”.

Using proof of relationship in your fiance k1 visa as bona fide relationshipBut, let me ask you: What if after hiring someone you still get denied? It’d be terrible, but somehow you’d have to make the time to go through the entire process over again. Or deal with administrative processing, right?

What sounds better, spending some nights learning and preparing yourself? Or spending several more months waiting? Spend time now to polish up your case yourself. Even a hired professional may make mistakes.


I’ve never done anything like this before. I’m not sure I do it correctly. 
It’s new but it doesn’t mean it’s impossible. No one is 100% confident that they’re doing it right. And to add to struggle you don’t know who to listen to.

The USCIS reviews your I-129F for a fiance visa

Let me break it down for you. Every case needs to focus on 4 key things. You must 

● Understand “inadmissibilities”

● Comfortably meet all requirements

● Address all your “Red Flags” (right now)

● Understand the K-1 process 

These 4 things really affect your approval. You need to make you got these down. Want to know how? let’s see below


Red Flags and their fixes

Red flags are those circumstances which make your case look suspicious. Regardless of what you personally feel, or even have perfect documents, if your case gives them a bad “gut feeling”, then you’ll be denied. This is especially true in high-fraud risk countries.

Strangely, you’re under obligation to prove your credibility even if you didn’t know you two had Red Flags. It’s an unfair burden but you can’t be caught unaware or unprepared. You must discover your own case’s flaws and then fix them.

To me, there are seven common Red flags. Almost all Red Flags can be overcome with amazing proof of relationship. Let’s see what these 7 are and later, in the course, we’ll actually discuss all the fixes.

✫ Little or No commonality. The biggest and most obvious red flag is when you both have some type of major difference. Often we see things such as huge age differences between applicants – perhaps 15. 20, 25 years or more. Or religious, language, cultural and ethnic differences.

✫ Immigration history. There something important to differentiate in this Red Flag. If you’ve violated an US immigration law, then that’s an “inadmissibility”. Which is grounds for a denial and there’s hardly any solution for that — because a law was broken and you may be banned from the US. If you haven’t violated any US immigration laws, but still made several attempts at a US visa, then that’s a Red Flag.

✫ Marriage history. The trend of the your previous marriages can be a reason to suspect fraud. If either one was involved in previous marriages, what were the circumstances? Is there a repetitive cycle of marriage and divorce?

✫ Timeline and length of relationship. Being in a short or quick engagement is usually not a good indication of a genuine relationship. This is particularly true if you file right your I-129F petition right after meeting.

✫ Lack of evidence of Relationship. Nowadays it’s very convenient to talk, text, video chat and take photos. That’s how most people keep in touch. How much of this have you done? Specifically have you documented this to a certain degree? Wouldn’t it be odd for a couple to have very little photos, phone records, texts, or emails?

✫ Contradictions. Your story should be coherent. The timeline should be understandable and believable. In addition, there shouldn’t be contradictions between what’s said at the interview versus what the documents say or prove. Are the documents matching to what you’re saying at the interview? For instance, you both should know how your relationship started; is it similar to what’s in the “circumstances of meeting”?

✫ Secretive Relationship. If you haven’t shared this important relationship with other loved ones — why is that? Most of the time engaged couples are overwhelmed with family and friend support and involvement. This is especially true for traditional cultures with strong family bonds. Couples who’re involved in a fraud deal won’t reveal their alleged relationship to family and friends.

How can you ‘fix’ your red flags?

From vast amount of experience, I’ve managed to narrow down three of the most-effective ‘fixes’ which will help compensate for almost all Red Flags. They focus on what’s worked for couples in the past. Even those with big age gaps, interracial couples, or even a complicated relationship (previous marriages, divorces), there are ways to provide compelling evidence in your favor.

✫ These fixes have worked almost flawlessly in the past
✫ They are steps you can take immediately to bring your case up positively
✫ These fixes require both you and your fiance(e) to work together otherwise it will not succeed

Look let me be honest here, no one has the “magic bullet” to save any denial. And I can’t promise that my solutions will work for you. But if you’re serious about your relationship then apply these time-tested techniques to drastically improve your chances of approval even if you had several red flags.


What you need to know before the K-1 visa interview

NVC case processing. Do you know how to keep track of your case in this stage? There’re ways to prepare for the interview even at this time. Don’t make the same mistake like most couples — to simply ignore it.

Embassy Case processing. How do you make sure you’re ready? Do you know the exact procedures of your Embassy? Details in your forms perfect? Does this Embassy have a special requirement?

Filing for the K-1 Visa. The most important part. How do you know you’re doing these right? You need:

  • DS-160. Step by step guide with explanations of all the questions. Some of these are very confusing.
  • ★ Medical Exam. How and when to have the exam. What to do if there’s a problem? What does it even mean?
  • ★ Police Clearance. Lived in other countries before? maybe for work? Do you know how and when you need a PCC?
  • ★ I-134 Affidavit of Support. Make sure you show enough income. This is actually one of the most common reasons for denial.
  • ★ Proof of Relationship. Effectively gather the best bona fide evidence. Then present it in the most convincing way. This is you savior if you have “Red flags“.


 The K-1 Interview. Here’s the final part. Know the exact procedures to be confidently prepared for the big day. A good coach will make sure you walk into the Embassy confident.

  • ★ How to prepare. Advice on how to gathering documents, rehearsing your documents, and traveling. You’d be surprised the things you have to review.
  • The Procedure. What happens during the interview. Step by step guide to know what’s going to happen on the big day — even before it happens.
  • Common Questions. The common questions and procedures during the interview. And the best way to answer questions.
  • Tips. To make sure you’re going to have the best possible outcome. Even how to enjoy the journey.
  • After approval. How do you follow through to make sure you get that visa packet? The final step before booking your flight to the US.


Administrative Processing or Denials. What are common reasons for denials? how to make sure you don’t fall for them. What are your options if you get denied.


K-1 Visa Step-by-Step Tutorial

I hope you see why you should focus on preparation and do it yourself. Here’s how.

Use this complete step-by-step tutorial. It’ll show you all the steps, filling out forms, gathering the documents, and how to best prepare for the actual interview. Let me explain it like this:

By the end of this tutorial, you will have a complete K-1 visa interview packet to take in the morning of your interview. In your hands, you’ll have all documents, neatly organized, perfectly completed and supported with powerful evidence.

You will know the exact procedures of the day before they even happen. You will walk out the interview with a big smile.  

This online course is designed for you to follow through at your own pace and all levels. Regardless of who you are and where your fiancé(e) is, this tutorial will take you to the finish line.


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If you’re still not sure

To this very day, I wish I had the opportunity to convince this one reader how important it was to prepare. It honestly haunts my memory.

A new reader reached out and briefly asked for a few tips on her interview.  I responded just like I always do. Gave her a few tips, examples and some routine guidance.  She sounded desperate, but she didn’t say much after that. 

Days later, she emails back and was heartbroken.


She finally revealed how both families were against the wedding because a cultural reason. She wasn’t even sure if her fiancé would be allowed back to meet her.

She was also giving birth alone and marriage in the country was not an option. Her ONLY option was to get a K-1 visa and get to the US to marry the man she loved.

Here’s the worst part. I figured out why she was denied and it was preventable. In fact, it was a simple fix. She simply was inconsistent with what her fiancé’s attorney wrote in their I-129F petition and what she said at the Interview. Had she talked about it with me, it would’ve prevented a tragedy.


You may not even know you have a problem

The point I’m trying to make is that you don’t know what’s hurting your case.

MOST, if not all of your “Red flags” and issues be fixed right now. Save yourself the agony and heartache of denial.

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