“One of the most important interviews

of our lives… we waited patiently

and don’t want it to be for nothing

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What if an expert showed you how to meticulously prepare your paperwork, line by line, for the fiance visa interview… the I-134 financials, DS-160, Proof of Relationship, medical, technicalities, everything– until every detail was 100% correct and ready?

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What if you knew exactly what made a solid case… critical documents to get right, photos to present, what to say, what to do, how to nail the answers perfectly, and how to build genuine trust and credibility so the interviewers approve you REGARDLESS of any red flags or problems?

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AND, what if you calmly felt YOU WERE READY for the interview — nothing’s missing, no last-minute surprises, and no delays to stop you from reuniting with your fiance?

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I can show you how to get there, but first let me ask you a simple question…

 

You know how you’re supposed to prove you’re a genuine couple at the visa interview… How your ENTIRE case hinges on an officer’s perception whether there’s a real relationship or not…

So, do you think presenting 1,000 Whatsapp message screenshots counts?

Do you imagine the Consular Officer grabbing your papers, flipping through your chat logs one by one, and thinking “Wow, these two talk 10x a day?! Just from this proof alone, I know they’re the real deal. Approval!”

Makes sense, right? I mean, texting is the # 1 way we keep in touch. So, if anything shows that we’re serious, it’s got to be this.

Well, guess what?

 

It’s never going to happen. Texts are hardly worth the paper they’re printed on. In fact, it’s useless to bring more than 5-10 sheets. Here’s why…

 

No officer will sit through and check your text messages for clues on your relationship

 

They won’t waste their time to verify that these texts are actually YOURS

 

They may ignore texts altogether because they know online chatting is a low-stake evidence– anyone can pick up a phone and start chatting, it doesn’t PROVE you’re a real couple  

 

Wake up call

That’s why I recommend no more than 5-10 pages. They just don’t help much.

Now, there’s a reason I bring this up.

I want to show how focusing on the wrong thing wastes your time. And, instead of a better chance of approval — it actually leads you further into denial. Let me explain.

Imagine wasting 5 hours printing tons of screenshots (neglecting other, better proof), stapling everything together and dragging it to the interview. You feel pretty proud, but in the end, what if they don’t even ask for it? Nothing.

And worse yet, by bringing too much evidence, you actually set yourself up for trouble. Officers know scammers try to overcompensate and bring unnatural amounts of proof. What will they think about your case?

I hope this is a wake-up call. You’ve got to go in prepared –the right way– to your fiance visa interview.

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Hi, I’m Prem, author of Visa Tutor.

 

I, too, was caught up in this process when my fiance went for her interview years ago.

 

For us, it was nearly a disaster. We went through an agonizing experience with a bad lawyer who took us to the brink of denial, RFEs, several delays, and mistakes with paperwork.

 

But miraculously, after 300 days of praying and struggling, we made it.

 

And this struggle was something we’d never forget. Now … years later, I see the same with thousands of couples whom I have the pleasure of helping…

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Without this done right, things wouldn’t move forward

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Looking back, it’s amazing how I managed to find my PERFECT partner out of billions of people –on the other side of the planet– talking and texting 500x a day, and constantly thinking about one another.

Everything came together perfectly and we were ready — no, scratch that — we were desperate to finally start our lives together.

Even our family and friends kept asking, “hey, when do we get meet your special someone?”

So, I had a lot on the line to get this right. I knew this visa was important. Without this, things couldn’t move forward.

Luckily we made it past the first big step — the I-129F — and now we were headed for the visa interview.

But a constant doubt kept bugging us in the back of our minds “…will we do this right?… will everything work out?”

It was a weird mix of excitement and anxiety. Kind of scary that ONE person (immigration officer) got to decide our fate — approval or denial — before we could be together.

I didn’t want to think about any of that. I just wanted the safest and quickest way to get my fiance here. How could I?

It was hard enough being separated for so long — now we had to prove to a total stranger that we’re not frauds?

And what about all these confusing forms, paperwork and proof… how do I do them correctly?

 

But that wasn’t all…

 

To add to this frustration was something I call “emotional trauma”

 

▀ Being separated for so long, impatiently waiting your turn, yet with no certainty that you’ll reunite

▀ Praying you don’t mess up paperwork or details. Or saying something wrong at the interview

▀ Being at the mercy of the government and whether they think you’re a real couple

▀ Feeling like a failure after investing your time, hopes, and happiness, if things still don’t work out

 

I sometimes joke with my wife that I was more concerned about getting her visa approved than our actual wedding.

And for good reason. I heard stories of people struggling for YEARS fighting to get approved. I prayed that we didn’t end up like that.

You don’t have to take my word for it.

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Official Statistics consistently show fiance visa see plenty of denials

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Recent statistics show that over 40% of applicants are turned away empty handed either to provide more evidence (221g) or denied flat (212).

And out of the people who are turned away, only half are approved but not without going through a grueling experience and months of delays.

Those things sunk deep in my mind… and I panicked. I didn’t want any of that. I just wanted my fiance in the US quickly so we could begin our lives…

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First it was the Q/A…

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Probably the biggest nightmare in the way was the questions and answers part of the interview.

I imagined a scene from a movie. Where the cop walks in to interrogate the suspect. They’d shine a spotlight to do some sort of interrogation… and just wait for you to say something wrong (boy, was I wrong. It’s actually entirely different at the interview).

It was painful imagining how my fiance would handle this kind of pressure. What if she forgot her answers? Or lost self control? Or panicked?

So–I prepared her for the worst-case scenarios, even though I knew it was ridiculous to rehearse the 500 random sample questions I found online. I went into such painstaking detail, that she even got fed up with me.

One time, I told her memorize the names of 40+ people who attended our engagement. Because I read somewhere that someone was asked to name attendants in their ceremony.

I only stopped pestering her when she literally began crying in frustration. I knew I was being silly, but I just couldn’t stop worrying what they’d ask her.

She understood why I worried but we wished there was another way.

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Then it was the paperwork…

No official instruction on how to complete the forms exactly

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Then there is the paperwork.

It’s like a constant struggle to figure out what they’re asking and the right way to answer.

I mean, take this question in the I-134 Affidavit of Support as a small example. It asks you to list the people for whom you’ve submitted a visa petition. Such a simple question — but there’s so much left unsaid, unexplained and so murky…

 

□ Am I supposed to include my fiance? (I think so…)

What about her K-2 visa children? Do they count?

□ What if I’ve petitioned someone 10 years ago?

What if… what if… what if…

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Whenever I came across a confusing question like that, I would stare at the screen hoping the answer would pop up.

And that wasn’t all. There were even small questions that took me hours to research.

Like this one in the DS-160 asking if you’ve received vaccinations. She hadn’t done the medical exam yet… so do we say “no”… if we technically haven’t received it, but we intend to in the future? What’s the right answer?

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There’s no official place I could visit, website to read, or phone number to call to clear up confusion. And I got scared wondering what if I messed up.

…everything felt like my responsibility.

So, I did what I thought was best: research online. In fact, my fiance and I actually agreed it would be a great, rewarding experience to work together like a team.

I spent hours on forums, websites, and blogs. I found some good help and people who knew what they were talking about — but most often people were just as confused as I was. Other times, I found people debating over the right answer. One said one thing, the other said something completely contradictory.

And it was like that across the board on different sites.

It was difficult to find people to compare with — you know, those who had the same case as us, same country, same issues, same questions.

So I felt like I was left to defend myself.

One example that stumped me was about my work. I recently began working (half the year) so my income was only half on my tax returns. I kept imagining how we’d explain that to the officer.

Those were sort of the things that bothered me. But let me jump to something that may be bothering you.

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troubling Red Flags

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Red Flags — like a huge age difference, recent divorce, language barriers, and so on.

See, I was fortunate that my relationship didn’t have red flags, but yours might. So I totally get the anxiety. It’s scary that things beyond your control may end up hurting you.

Look at how Jessica worried she’s stuck being 23 years older than her fiance.

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.Age difference are a very common (and scary) red flag

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The thought of this kept eating away at her happiness. Would this get her in trouble? Would they deny her without giving a chance to speak? How could she prove to a total stranger that they’re a genuine couple despite the apparent age gap?

It was supposed to be a great time in life for her: finding a great partner, planning her wedding, life falling into place, the hope for a great future… Yet she worried. She worried that after all that waiting and struggling, it may end up being a waste.

That’s just one example of a red flag that people fear. I can go on and on. But you know where I’m going with this, red flags are scary things we can’t control.

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Unclear on Proof of Relationship

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Another big piece of the puzzle is proof of relationship. This is one of the things that the Embassy doesn’t tell us anything about, yet expects us to do a wonderful job.

And this stuff is important — regardless of whether or not you have red flags. Take a look at Thailand’s US Embassy (Bangkok) instructions, for example:

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How exactly can we PROVE to a total stranger that we’re a genuine couple?

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It’s just so simple, and so there’s a lot left open to question. What do they want to see? What’s enough? What’s too much? How many pages of each?

We can’t magically look into their minds and figure out what they want. So, we’re left wondering “what exactly can we show them to prove we’re a real couple?”

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In general, the questions were:

□  Which evidence do I present so they can believe we’re real?
(photos, emails, text messages? Even though we visited 3 times)

□  How much
should I present to thoroughly convince them?
(1 page, 20, 100?)

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And like I told you earlier (with the 500 pages of text message example), it’s equally bad to have too much or too little evidence. 

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Everyone’s got different problems

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A big sticking point in most of our cases are problems

I remember my eyes popped open when I saw that my fiance’s last name was missing on her passport. Yes, her name was incorrect. (go figure). 

I remember holding my head and depressingly asking “what are we supposed to do now?… I already filled out her papers”.

So, I did tons of research late nights but found nothing. Some people waived it off. Others scared the living daylights out of us. Things just seemed to get worse and worse.

But, look… those were my problems. You may have different ones of your own:

■ Fiance denied a tourist visa OR by Customs? How does that affect you now?

■ Do you wait for the Embassy documents to arrive in the mail? What if I’ve been waiting a long time?

■ My fiance’s name is misspelled on her birth certificate. What do we do?

■ My medical report showed positive for Tuberculosis. What’s the procedure?

■ I want the fastest, quickest and safest way to get approved. How do I do that?

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These are sort of things that cause sleepless nights. Mostly because wherever you look, no one knows the exact answer.

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Life just felt unpredictable

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Thinking back to all these issues we just talked about… like the paperwork, proofs, red flags, problems…. brings back emotional memories.

In some ways, it was harder for me. Being a perfectionist, I worried about every detail.

❏  What EXACT steps do I follow at each stage?

Why is it taking SO long? Did I mess something up?

Is my proof enough?

What kind of questions will they ask her?

Will my income be enough?

 

Life felt unpredictable… like I didn’t have control over our own future. And this constant stress sickened me.

I became depressed. I had already waited 8 months to get to this point, I couldn’t imagine spending another 8 –or more– to get another chance. I needed some reassurance that we were headed for success and not total failure.

And deep down, you know what we really wanted….? We just wanted to be like any other “normal” couple –not long-distance anymore.

We wanted to go to the movies on a Friday night, meet friends up for brunch, plan our next vacation, and not miss out on any special events, birthdays, graduations… we just wanted to be together and wake up next to one another, and live life together.

We didn’t just want to IMAGINE life together… but actually LIVE life together.

So, there was so much pressure to get this right. I mean, imagine–after spending all that time, money, and emotions, if things didn’t work out…

■ What happens if we’re denied? Can we try again? How long will that take?

■ Would I have to cancel our wedding plans? What would family / friends think?

■ How much longer would we be separated?

■ Or last resort: be forced to abandon my life in the US and move to her country to be together?

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I decided to do something about it

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I can imagine how you’re feeling right now. Because I really hated having to wait months and months (at the edge of my seat) for our turn at the interview, but STILL not being sure what was going to happen there. I panicked when these things crossed my mind.

So many of my nightly conversation with my fiance ended up with her in tears. She just didn’t want to wait any longer.

I had already tried hiring a lawyer — to see if that was the magic bullet, but that ended in a disaster. Then I tried researching online in forums, blogs and videos, but I found too many opinions from too many people…

… and I couldn’t just walk up to someone in the Embassy and ask clear directions on what I was confused on. Everything THEY have online were just general, unclear instructions. I really felt alone.

I consider myself pretty internet-savvy but even when I researched online on forums, YouTube, etc., I felt paralyzed with conflicting advice…

So, to me the only solution left was to fold up my sleeves, dig deep, and prepare everything MYSELF. That way… at least I know in the back of my mind that I did everything in my power for a good outcome. I listened to experts, I read books, blogs, forums, and saw videos. I spent long nights researching non-stop on google.

I wanted to know how to go beyond the basic stuff for a smooth interview… how to guarantee (as much as possible) that things would work out.

And…now, after years of researching, I discovered that 3 things drive an Officer’s decision during the visa interview. Three things that make the biggest difference in approval or denial.

I want to share those with you now.

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Core ingredient # 1 for Approval:

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Correct Paperwork

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Get your “foot in the door” with great paperwork

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Imagine being a schoolteacher and assigning homework. How frustrating would it be if students forget to write their names, page numbers, or dates on homework?

… basic things that are easily in their power to do right the first time. But without these done right, your hands are tied. You can’t even get past the first page.

It’s almost the same situation with fiance visa interviews. Officers hands are tied because applicants walk in with incorrect paperwork.

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.The # 1 reason for denial: when you don’t have proper paperwork or proof of relationship

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Things like…

● Forgetting a birth certificate or not getting it certified

● Incorrectly filling out I-134 questions

● Mismatching details on documents

● Not providing the right kind of proof of relationship


And it’s the # 1 reason for delays and denials. Yes # 1.

Now, to me it’s clear the problem is that our “schoolteacher” (i.e. US Embassy) never gave us clear instructions on how to do everything.

But we can’t allow that to be an excuse. Just like students who should know to write their names on homework — we should know certain things are in OUR CONTROL… We should learn…

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● The most accurate way to complete documents (even if there are no instructions)

● The way officers prefer you do paperwork

● Which core documents are absolutely necessary to be done right

● Which documents don’t really matter because they may end up being ignored

● Which subtle details can save a case that’s on the fence

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And if you get this right, officers notice it, appreciate it, and move on to important things. It’s done and out of the way. BUT YOU HAVE TO KNOW WHAT THOSE ARE.

Take a look at what happened when I helped this reader prepare her paperwork. We meticulously went through her forms, paperwork, and proof line-by-line.

Which took time, yes, but it was worth every second. Because when her fiance came back from the interview, this is what she said:

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.Notice she proudly says: “they had never seen someone so prepared and organized”

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Think about it: 76% of denials are due to people being unprepared — yet, her preparation was so great that the officers recognized and actually praised it, at a place where other people are denied for the same thing.  

This allowed the rest of the interview to be a breeze.

For an interview experience like that, drill this into your mind: your first priority is to nail down paperwork perfectly because this is something YOU can control. Get it done right the first time then move on to important things like proof of relationship and the questions / answers.

Otherwise all your efforts are wasted. All the nights you spent preparing and all the money you spent, all gone because you didn’t get your “foot in the door”.

Remember this first ingredient: paperwork’s got to be perfect.

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Core ingredient # 2 for Approval:

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Powerful Proof of Relationship

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Prove to a total stranger that you’re a real couple

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Think back to the proof of relationship requirement and how officers –total strangers– need to be convinced that your fiance isn’t doing this just for a visa to the US.

So the question becomes: how do you build trust and credibility, in just a few minutes, such that a total stranger believes you’re a genuine couple?

Which Whatsapp screenshots can you show? Which photos are good? How many pages of each? What magic words can you say…?

Proof of relationship can’t just be anything you randomly throw together. You’ve got to have the right mix of powerful primary and secondary evidence. Things that would deeply convince a total stranger.

And I want to show you what “powerful” means. Let’s take Mark for example.

He was 24 years older than his fiance with all the red flags you can imagine: recently divorced, fiance in a third-world country, a language barrier, and so on.

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As you can imagine, he had an uphill battle.

Yet, at the interview, his fiance was approved after only being asked 4 questions. I was shocked to hear that and wondered, “what magic words did she utter that got her approved despite a mountain of red flags?”

So, I looked at one of the photos that she took to the interview and instantly agreed with the Officer’s decision. Know what I saw?

It was a photo of Mark with his fiance’s 8-year-old daughter sitting on his shoulder and both eating ice cream. A simple, yet powerful symbol of love and trust. Something you can’t fake or manipulate.

That photo instantly gave me a strong impression that Mark and his fiance had no motive other than love. And it’s clear the officer saw it the same way.

Think about it: that was just a single photo. Imagine what you can do with dozens of well-selected ones. And imagine presenting that kind of evidence at YOUR interview.

It gets better: rather than spend 5 hours printing text messages, which no one will read…you only spend 1 hour hand-selecting the best evidence and make an instant impact.

So, drill ingredient # 2 for an approval into your mind: you must show powerful proof of relationship and you must think quality over quantity. Because this is the sort of thing that turns a bad case into a GREAT case.

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Core ingredient # 3 for Approval:

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Prepare for the Interview

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Go beyond the basics: Set yourself up for success

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Things can go wrong in the interview, and many times they DO. It’s not enough just to prepare, you have to be proactive and set yourself up for success.

Think back to how I mindlessly told my fiance to memorize the names of 40+ people who attended our engagement ceremony. I thought I was being proactive by having her memorize questions / answers.

I’m sure you ran across a similar list of random questions and thought, “are we supposed to know all these mundane details about one another?”

But the real question is: do they really help? do officers really ask questions about the color of your car? Or whether you keep your wallet on the left or right side?

And… did they ever end up asking my fiance to name any attendants in our ceremony?

Nope and nope.

They don’t waste time asking nonsense questions. In fact, if they REALLY thought you were frauds, they wouldn’t bother asking questions. They would just deny you flat out so they can get to the next applicant behind you.

Contrary to popular belief, they don’t ask random questions. Instead, they ask very relevant questions. Which is great for us because instead of rehearsing a long list, we can concentrate on the six categories that really make an impact:

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.No one’s going to ask random questions at the interview.

Actually, they ask very relevant ones — you can even predict what those are going to be

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That’s an example of what I call setting yourself up for success. You go beyond the basic stuff and leave no stone unturned to improve your chances. And you don’t waste time doing things that don’t matter (like studying “101 sample questions they ask at the interview”).

Now, let me give you an example in terms of paperwork.

At your interview, while you wait for your number to be called, an embassy staff member comes by to take your I-134 Affidavit of Support. Then they go behind closed doors to look it over with the officer.

The problem is that the I-134 has complicated documents which can be easily misinterpreted. In fact, almost 25% of denials are due to “public charge” where the officer may have mistakenly thought you didn’t have enough income.

So, I’ve developed a way to prevent that. It’s a cover letter that gives a snapshot of exactly what the officer needs to see to easily understand your case (without confusing them with a mess of work / taxes).

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Screenshot of my private I-134 cover letter, only available to students

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This cover letter took me years to develop with all the small bits of details / laws / and technicalities. But for you, it’s easy because all you do is plug in your information, then hit “print”.

And instead of toiling away over every small detail of the I-134 (which many not matter), you took some huge steps to dramatically improve your overall chances of approval.

Remember, this cover letter isn’t required. But this is an example of how you set yourself up for success. You go beyond basic instructions, you go out of your way to improve the odds.  And you squeeze approval out of every opportunity you get.

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Look, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel here. Nor do you have to spend time researching the “secret” tip for fiance visa approval.

You can take the years of research I’ve done and use it for yourself. Follow these 3 ingredients as your constitution and you will be the top 5% of people who have smooth approvals — while avoiding distractions, “noise”, and opinions online.


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What these 3 things can do for you


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If you get these just right, you’re rewarded a quick and painless approval — with no delays and no drama. 

Take a minute to picture what this means… picture how life will change in a few months (stay with me here, you’ll see where I’m going with this)…

I mean, the person whom you spent hours on the phone with, will be standing in front of you in a matter of days… the person you texted every morning will be waking up next to you.

You’re finally going to be married to your best friend, living life as a “normal” couple… spending time and living life just the way YOU always dreamed of.

For a lot of us, our normal life means waking up, having breakfast together before going to work. Then texting one another during our lunch breaks… and at the end of the day, coming home to your soulmate.

Then over the weekend, going to visit family and friends. Go watch a movie. Go checkout the new restaurant by the corner. Proudly show off your spouse to your family, friends, and coworkers at parties. Do things that attracted you to one another in the first place.

Interestingly, everyone’s got their own version life after marriage.

Like for me and my wife, we find it oddly exhilarating to go on spur-of-the-moment vacations. There was one weekend, where we sat down and suddenly planned a vacation to Washington, DC. And in just 2 days, we found ourselves wandering around DC, going on historic tours, posing in front of the White house, and waiting in line for seafood buffets.

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Her visa was approved and we were finally able to begin our lives together.

Here’s us when we spontaneously planned a trip to DC

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That’s just us. We do crazy, sporadic things sometimes… but we’re happy because we get to do it together.

Your glimpse of a “perfect” life may be different than mine:

▝ May you want to start a family immediately

▝ Relax at a beach resort in the Caribbean

▝ Ski at amazing resorts

▝ Visit the Museum of Art

▝ Or just spend a lazy Sunday cozily watching movies in your living room

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It could be anything… the point is — life is enjoyable when you get to do things together.

And right now… this dream is incomplete until we get that visa approved. So, I don’t have to lecture you on how important this is for your life. Or what’s at stake.

But the only way to grab this new life is to take the interview seriously and get approved.

I’ve seen amazing results from couples who buckle down and DO take this seriously.

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What happens when you take it seriously:

Jim’s Fiance visa Case

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Jim (one of my students) and his fiance had the best kind of interview you can imagine (he accompanied her there).

But his journey didn’t start any different than your or mine. Once he held the I-129F approval letter in his hands, he also wondered “how do I do everything correctly?”

Several times he repeated “I’m willing to do whatever it takes to get this done right”…just so he could be certain that no problem made him wait longer than necessary to be with his girlfriend.

So– he had a decision to make: pray things work out on their own… OR take control and MAKE his approval happen.

Fast forward several months, the interview was an instant success — lasting only a few minutes. And, in Jim’s own words: it was “way less stressful than we anticipated”.

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Notice: Jim, himself, said his packet was “quite strong”. How many of us can say that about our own case?

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But let’s step back and think for a moment: by this point, most couples have been waiting MONTHS for their turn at the interview, the stakes were high, and they start losing sleep. But these two weren’t running around frantic or scrambling the last minute.

They felt in control. The visa interview wasn’t even the main topic of their conversations anymore. They actually began to relax and talk about their wedding plans — almost like he KNEW they’re were getting approved.

So — how was it possible that someone who was had panic attacks every time he thought about the visa interview get SO confident that he virtually stopped thinking about it? 

The best way to explain it is to imagine if your best friend is an expert in the fiance visa process. She sits down at your dining table and slowly opens up your paperwork to go through every nook and cranny to prepare your case… 

I mean just imagine with all this personal attention how much liberated you’d feel. There’s no way you’d second-guess your moves anymore because — 

Your friend took you by the hand and walked you every inch of the process –almost like GPS instructions– leaving nothing to the imagination:

“visit the Embassy website, download this, fill this form like this, save this letter in a folder behind your document x…”

Her super-optimized steps help you sidestep grueling research that would’ve wasted months of your time. Instead, you got laser-focused instructions without having to internally debate what’s next:

“as soon as you get an NVC case number, don’t wait for x,y,z… start working on the a,b,c…”


You don’t feel like you’re “missing” anything anymore. You’re getting solid advice from someone who lives and breathes this stuff so you know it’s Gospel…

“Listen, I know what people say online, but trust me on this, the kind of proof of relationship they find most impressive is [this]. So, take your photos and place them here… did you meet again after filing the I-129F? Well, then put proof [x] here… in the past Embassy officers have even admitted [amazing insight]”

Best of all, there’s trust that you’re getting solid advice– things based on actual research, laws, and experience. And with all that attention to detail, there’d be no way some technicality (or filling forms incorrectly) would slip by:

“Since you’re employed with a W2 form, for the I-134 question y on page x, you’ve got to include your [y] document and fill the question that way…”

Imagine how in the end, you two get up from the dining table and your interview packet is 100% done. You can sense your relief and while feeling that even a paid expert couldn’t have done a better job than what you two just accomplished.

Now, all you have to do now is get up in the morning of the interview and grab this packet, walk in confident, walk out with a smile.

With all this clarity, you’re not banging your head online hunting for that “secret tip” for approval, instead you’ve done the handful of core things that actually move the needle.

You just catapulted yourself to the top 1% of couples who have a 5-minute approval without agonizing yourself for months with doubts, half-filled paperwork, and question after question.

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Do you see why it was so easy for Jim to get a resounding approval?. The Embassy got exactly what they were looking for and it was presented clearly to them.

What more could they ask for? Simple and done.

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Carlene’s Fiance visa case

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Another student — Carlene, is a great example of things come together perfectly. She was able to confidently walk in on the day of her interview with everything prepared, drop her papers on the desk, and hear “okay… you’re approved”.

Instead of the “be-all and end-all” we consider the interview to be, the visa interview became a small step in her life….something she just had to do, not think too much about… and move on.

Her perspective about the interview shifted compared to what she originally thought.

In fact, days before the interview, she felt “ready” and even had free time to plan her marriage, look into a college masters program, and say goodbye to her current life…

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How many of us can calmly say we’re “ready” days ahead of the big K-1 visa interview?

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And it’s all because she took control and didn’t leave it to chance.

She was first surprised that there’s no “chaos” in this process. Everything has meaning. Everything has a purpose. The interview doesn’t depend on luck–instead, it’s a matter of sticking to the a few core rules and ignoring the noise. And this flipped an instant switch in her mind.

Bit by bit, she got better with selecting relationship proof — she removed tons of random Whatsapp messages as proof of relationship… and replaced them with just 10 important ones, after she asked herself “would a total stranger find this compelling?”

She threw away many of the photos she had saved in her presentation folder and ended up keeping only kept a few good ones.

Bit by bit, she learned what kind of questions are asked at the interview and how she should prepare… even in case of a problem or emergency. With all this clarity, she only spent a fraction of time preparing that most of us do.

It’s almost like if she was handed a manual and all she had to do was follow directions.

Whenever she had a doubt, it wasn’t a question anymore, she would compare it to the three ingredients and instantly figure out the right answer on her own.

She nailed the interview. Her paperwork was spotless, proof of relationship and preparation were unshakable. And she did it all without losing her mind preparing.

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Her email made it sound like if she walked out of the interview, dusted her hands and calmly said “that was a breeze”. After that, she casually booked her flight to the US.

Notice Carlene’s interview wasn’t an emotional climax like most of us imagine. Instead, she was very calm because her mind wasn’t muddied with a thousand doubts.

She was done. She could move on to the next step in her life.

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How your interview may turn out

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Imagine YOUR interview being as successful as Jim’s or as calm and controlled as Carlene’s.

Imagine the entire experience being straightforward like Ben’s case here, who’s experience and quick interview is something we crave for. Take a look:

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Heck, I wish I knew if my fiance’s interview was going to be like that. Or have the kind of foresight to know what to focus on, and what to ignore.

I wish I could see the “approval stamp” before my fiance even started…

And at this point, I can honestly say that there’s no secret formula behind this. The three ingredients of approval are what make this possible…

And I want to show you how you can apply it to your case. The only thing stopping you from getting results like Jim, Carlene, or Ben is how well you prepare.

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There IS a way…

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You can prepare all your paperwork with confidence (ingredient # 1) so it’s done perfectly and out of the way — all the technicalities, the nuances, the I-134 financials, the “proper” way to answer every question– such that you can simply hand your packet to them at the interview and lean back

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You can hand-select only a few, powerful pieces of proof of relationship (ingredient # 2) and learn which ones virtually force them to believe you’re genuine — without wasting time on things they secretly don’t care about

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You can set yourself up for success, leave no stone unturned (ingredient # 3) and squeeze approval out of every opportunity — so much that it saves a doomed case and turn it into an instant success

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And the way to do it is to be methodical: step by step, page by page, line by line.

Right now, 20,000+ monthly readers follow my blog to learn about their K-1 visa process and get approved. And I can help you get that approval, too.

You’ve gotten a glimpse of my dedication in my comments, emails, blog posts. I’m very personal when it comes to helping people — often answering their questions directly.

And I’m not just a hobbyist blogger or self-proclaimed expert. In fact, things have gotten serious enough that:

► I’ve made Visa Tutor an actual company (LLC)

► I’ve officially registered Visa Tutor as a bonded “immigration assistance provider”

So, yes, I take your visa case pretty seriously. And I’m legally allowed to help you (with some restrictions).

That’s not to brag. It’s just to show you that I’m dedicated. And it’s this level of dedication why I’ve been recognized by many others:
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(left) My article featured on a popular Long-distance relationship blog;

(center) one of my articles featured on ilw.com (immigration / law website) where several legal firms read it;

(right) guest appearances on YouTube

Other blogs, immigration websites, and YouTubers realize the value I bring to my readers. They’ve invited me to share knowledge about the fiance visa process on their platforms.

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What if someone has already done the hard work for you?

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So, I want you to imagine if someone already went through immigration laws, collected insights from immigration officers, question-by-question through the instructions to prepare everything.

Then made sure you could present a solid case that’s 5 steps better than what an expensive lawyer would’ve charged for.

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Then packaged it all into a clear step-by-step program and handed it to you.

● How to say on track (day by day) by having an exact roadmap of every turn to make, every step to take, and every procedure to follow to the end
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How to assemble your proof of relationship even if you have red flags. How to squeeze out every drop of credibility from a single photograph (like Mark’s case).
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● Pulling back the curtains on what truly influences the Embassy Officer’s decision when they’re sitting at their desk looking over your case. Our paperwork, proof of relationship and interview are the 3 key ingredients they want… we give them what they want. We make it easy for them to approve us.
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● Covering every topic: questions ranging from small to huge.
Small ones, like “does this need to be certified? Is it okay if I email this to my fiance to print out?”.
Then, big questions like, “what if I’ve tested positive for Tuberculosis, how does this impact my K visa?”

Knowing what goes on behind the scenes of your interview in such detail that you can actually prevent problems. Like an I-134 cover letter that gives the perfect snapshot of your finances so they’re not confused and prematurely deny you.

Studying past real-life cases and examples – analyzing what happened to past approved or denied cases. What you can learn to improve your case and how to avoid common problems.

● Or how to ignore random advice and only concentrate on the things that move the needle. Like how to study the six categories of questions asked and not having to get frustrated with random ones.

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How others in the past got approved 

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Think back to Mark’s case (with the 24-year age gap among other red flags) and notice how even against the odds, his fiance was easily able to win an approval. She didn’t have to beg or plead, or worry. No, she was rewarded an approval.

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Think about how Jim started out nervous, but ended up with a 5-minute interview approval…

Or about Carlene, who trusted a step-by-step system to get her prepared …

Countless people follow the same path and say “Prem, we were super-prepared for the interview, and it went perfectly. Thanks for showing us how…”

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Behind the scenes, they put in hours and hours of work. But in the end, they got a resounding approval… and there’s a way YOU can get it to.

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The Fiance K-1 Visa Interview

Preparation Course

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The only source you need to get a visa approval, step by step. All about: preparation, paperwork, and proof of relationship.

This is a one-of-a-kind program where I take you by the hand and walk you through every inch of the fiance visa process to prepare for the interview. Go at your own pace through the videos or instantly skip ahead to whichever lesson you want. But in the end, you will be 100% ready for the K-1 visa interview

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▉ Step-by-step video instructions

We go line by line through all forms and instructions, preparations, rehearsals, and leave no stone unturned when it comes to preparing. With 11 hours of video, you get hard specific instructions to follow.

We dive deep into things like the DS-160, I-134 Affidavit of Support, Medical Exam, PCC, Proof of Relationship, Red flags, past visa denials, interview preparation, and much more (see the video breakdown below).

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▉ We do everything by the books

It’s all researched and factual information, so you can be sure you’re getting safe, reliable advice where I’ve painstakingly researched immigration law, Foreign Affairs Manual, and instructions that Embassies follow to come up with the clearest, most-factual answers and steps. So, they can’t come back and deny you due to a technicality or major issue.

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▉ Special focus: Red flags, Proof of relationship, I-134 Aff of Sup, Preparing for the Questions/Answers

We pay special attention to Red flags and how to fix them. We pay special attention to proof of relationship, the I-134 Affidavit of support, and preparing for the questions/answers part. These are the critical components and we take extra precautions to get you ready.

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▉ In-depth coverage of all topics, in one trusted place

I’ve done the legwork and found answers to all common questions. You won’t waste time searching online (for the golden “tip”) or deciphering vague instructions for common questions like “I just started working, can I be a sponsor for the I-134?” Or “my fiance tested positive for Tuberculosis, is that a problem?”

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▉ Ready-made templates, examples, and Checklists

Downloads for all your documents ready-made (PDF or WORD format) so you can quickly modify it for yourself and hit “print”. Best of all, you don’t start from scratch because they’ve been proven to work in the past successfully.

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▉ Checklists – full checklists on the I-134 Affidavit of Support, Proof of Relationship, Interview documents, and more. These keep you on track so you don’t forget important details OR left scrambling on the last day.

▉ Flowchart – a simple flowchart we refer back to every video to track your progress and what’s remaining for the finish line.

▉ Course summary & steps – a 60-page summary of all the things we discuss within the video. So, rather than repeating the videos or forgetting something important, you have a quick reference in front of you.

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▉ Real-life examples & Case studies

Dozens of real-life examples are scattered throughout. We go through cover letters, statements, and filling out forms with examples of John Doe and his fiance Ana from Brazil. That way, you see an entire real-life story come together. We also do real-life case studies and uncover what past couples did wrong and how you can avoid the same. You’ll learn real lessons on how identifying problems and fixing them ON THE SPOT can make all the difference.

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▉ Private forum – Ask me your questions directly 

Post your questions and get my feedback within 24-48 hours on anything that wasn’t specifically addressed in the course. As soon as I get a question, I drop everything to answer it. Best of all, it saves you from hiring expensive attorneys.

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▉ This course is meant for YOU

Even if you’re a…

○ College student petitioning for a foreign fiance
Red flag couple
Divorcee
Working professional, retired, or unemployed
Same-sex couple
US petitioner temporarily living overseas

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What’s included in this Course…

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16+ videos with 11 hours of video content

Downloads, checklists, templates, examples…

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Video 3 – NVC
22 mins.

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What you do at the NVC phase learn what happens during this NVC phase, what they do and how you call them up, even what to say. You’ll know exactly what’s expected from you to do the correct steps at the correct time.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Timeline – A behind-the-scenes glimpse on the week-to-week happenings. You’ll know when to expect a status change. That helps you keep tabs and make sure there’s no problem. You’ll know when to “start”.

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  • Prevent common problems – Learn how to prevent the two common reasons for delays, so you’re not slowed down due to government mistakes.

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  • Be in Control – See how to track your case through the CEAC website so you don’t waste time calling the NVC or stressing over “what’s going on now?”. See the different phases your case goes through before reaching the Embassy.

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  • Tips – Which steps can you can start immediately after getting a case number? Tips on which steps you should hold off on because it’s too early.

Video 4 – US Embassy Processes case

16 minutes

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Where to get official Instructions – A full, live walkthrough on how to get your Embassy-specific instructions from the 3 official sources. Even if you didn’t get the mail at home, you can still get a head start. These are presented in the quickest route. For example, rather than wait for the mail to arrive at your doorsteps (which often times, it never does), use the 3 trusted websites to get your instructions instantly online.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Prevent delays The exact behind-the-scenes procedures of how the Embassy deals with your case. Best of all, you know the timeline when they expect you to begin. You won’t waste a single day waiting to find out.

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  • Avoid confusions – example: “why am I getting instructions for ‘immigrant’ visa when my K-1 visa is supposed to be ‘non-immigrant’?”. Now, you won’t waste time being confused. We tear through all of it and follow a solid process so you don’t get it mixed up with other visa types.

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  • Things not worth worrying over – I focus on important stuff and ignore things that don’t matter. So, you won’t fear things you can’t control even if they seem scary. For example, will your interview be like the scary stories you read about?

Video 5 – DS-160 full Walkthrough

54 minutes

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Clear answers to every question – We go line by line through an actual example to cover what every question asks and how to answer it without skipping or ignoring anything. If it applies to you, you’ll know how to handle it. All answers are backed up by factual research, so there’s no chance of mistakes.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Even simple questions have hidden problems – Things as simple as your name can be complex. What if you have accent marks? What if your name is misspelled on other documents? What if you only had a first name and no last name? I’ll show you how to get all these kinds of details right.

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  • Sensitive questions – we meticulously cover questions that the US Embassy considers serious. Previous US travel history? Rejected for previous visas? We safely answer these so there’s no room for future problems.

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  • Answers to
    1. Common questions, like: “what if my fiance moved residence and has a different address than what we put in the I-129F? What do we do?”

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    2. Serious problems, like: “what if I made a mistake in my DS-160, can I go back and fix it? What if I already submitted it, what do I do now?”

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    3. Even nagging questions, like: “a question asks if I’ve been vaccinated but I haven’t gone to the medical exam yet, is it okay to put “yes” now?”


Video 6a – medical exam

33 minutes

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Step by step procedures – of the day of your exam: what the exam is, why you take it, how to handle problems. We go behind the scenes on what exactly they do, what forms they fill out, and how to make sure there’s no problem.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

    • Walk in prepared – A detailed checklist to keep you on track and organized.

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    • Exam costs – A breakdown of the exact costs to expect at the medical exam including the physical exam, vaccinations, et c. including for K-2 kids.

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    • Timeline – the proper time to have the exam so you’re prepared in case of problems. I’ll give exact numbers of days to wait and why that’s important. How long do the exam results take to process? And if you have problems (Class A / B conditions) how long then? Knowing this helps you know when to schedule your visa interview OR at least when to reschedule it there are problems.

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    • Common questions / answers – We cover the common questions, like:
      1. How long is the report good for? What if I have to take a TB sputum test?
      2. What if I have medical problems and won’t have the results ready for the K-1 visa interview? What’s the procedure?
      3. Am I going to be automatically denied if I test positive for disease x, y, z?

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  • Should I worry about my medical condition? We review 4 reasons for the medical exam, what conditions you should worry about AND which ones you shouldn’t worry about.
    1. For example do they check high blood pressure?
    2. Which conditions are considered severe? For instance, Tuberculosis is probably the single biggest problem you face (false positives).
    3. There’s no guessing about procedures because I’ve researched through the CDC’s handbook (official instructions) that physicians follow if something’s wrong (Class A or B, inadmissible).

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  • Know your rights during the medical exam – We cover vaccinations and what exactly is within those doses. That way you know what exactly is going in your body. What if you have previous vaccination history during?

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  • Live example – We run through an example to schedule an exam.


Video # 6b – Medical Exam Problems

26 minutes

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Class A and Class B conditions – What they are and what happens if you get them? What are your options? Are they automatic problems? We cover the 4 major problems in medical exams.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Impact on your interview – How all these medical conditions affect your fiance visa interview– Approval or denial? What if you’re late with the exam results, can you save your K visa interview scheduled date?

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  • Treatment options – different treatment options if you test positive for a Class A / B condition. What are the procedures? How long? Does it impact your visa?

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  • Tuberculosis – We pay special attention to Tuberculosis (TB) because there are so many false positive. What are the procedures if you’re positive? When is TB considered a problem? What will result in a fiance visa denial?

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  • Past medical history. What if you had past medical conditions or were ever treated for one of these in the past — like Tuberculosis or STDs? mental / psychological issues? past drug abuse history or alcoholism?


Video 7 – Police Clearance Certificates (PCC)

30 minutes

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The basics & advanced – What PCC is and why it’s required? What does it look like? What’s the format? What it should contain? Learn the basics so you’re knowledgeable.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Step by step guide on how to get your PCC – My 5-step process to get a PCC from official sources by first figuring out which ones you need, and then how to get them. This virtually eliminates the possibility of mistakes. I take complex requirements and simplify them so you learn whether your PCC is sufficient or if you need more. That way you don’t waste time chasing the wrong PCC or one that’s not even required. We follow examples of how instructions can be vastly different yet the Embassy expects the same PCC.

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  • Handling problems – How to handle the most-common problem with PCC: when the agency doesn’t respond. How to make sure they don’t ignore your requests –so you don’t wait weeks and never hear back from them or miss your interview.

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  • Timeline – When to begin the PCC process. Begin quickly but not too quick or they’ll expire or become unusable. When should you get them in time before the interview?

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  • Criminal History – If the beneficiary has criminal history.  Does the PCC contain all crimes — even parking tickets? or just major crimes like robbery? We cover the 5 different categories of inadmissible crimes that will automatically deny your visa. Learn how to compare them to your case and see whether you have a chance of approval or waivers.

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  • Common questions – we cover questions, like: When do PCCs expire?


Video 8A – I-134 AOS (Part 1) – General

1 hour 13 minutes

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In-depth coverage of the I-134 AOS. What is the I-134 AOS and why is it required? What are the different parts? The official I-134 instructions are brief, we piece different sources together to help fill the holes that the government left out.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • The top 4 problems that cause denials. Including: not having enough income, not having the right tax forms, complicated job/work situations, or not finding a joint sponsor, etc. I’ll explain how to deal with these so you’re not caught off guard.

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  • What’s important for I-134 approval. Learn the 2 exact reasons officers label you as a “public charge” and how you can avoid this common denial. Their decision is based on the “Totality of Circumstances” – I go through each of these and explain how you can take advantage to help your case.

  • Compare the I-864p minimum poverty limits – There’s a lot of confusion on how much is required for income, household size, and totality of circumstances. We unravel this piece by piece so you’ve got everything prepared.

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  • Determine household size – This isn’t a simple number. Look at different conditions and if they apply to you. For example, your aging parents may or may not be part of your household size. The same goes for children. It’s completely different for joint sponsors. The right household size determines which income you compare.

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  • Examples with actual calculations – we solve several real-life examples of calculating household size, minimum poverty limits, and whether you can use joint sponsors or not. Now, you can compare a typical situation to yourself.

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  • How to use Joint sponsors. When you need a joint sponsor. Who is allowed to be one? Maximize your chances of approval by using strategies the US Embassy legally allows. For example, you can “split up” children to reduce household size.

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  • How to use Assets. What assets are, whether you can use particular things as assets, how to calculate their value, and how to provide supporting evidence. I’ll discuss how to use your checkings, home, even if your 401k is useable as an asset. We calculate their value even though there aren’t official instructions. You get a complete step-by-step solution on using assets. That way you won’t worry whether you did everything correctly. We solve real-life examples so you’re comfortable with how typical calculations look. We also understand how to present calculations to the officer so they immediately grasp your situation leaving no room for mistakes.

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  • Answers to top 22 common questions – their complete answers, including: What if I recently started working? Must I send the original form to my fiance or can I scan it to him/her? How do I convince family t to be a joint sponsor? And so much more… You get answers to questions you didn’t even think of.

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  • Tips to make it a success – 4 tips about your I-134 that help virtually eliminate any possibility of denial due to public charge.

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  • Checklist – a full detailed checklist to keep you on track so you won’t forget important details while putting your I-134 AOS packet together.


Video 8B – I-134 AOS (Part 2) – Supporting Documents

43 minutes

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Complete coverage of all required documents for the interview

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

Tax returns – The most critical document of your I-134. It’s the # 1 document officers look for within your I-134 packet. The problem is that it’s complicated and often confusing because couples don’t know how to properly present it.

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    1. Crash course. I’ll teach you exactly what you need to know about tax returns (IRS transcripts). In fact, I do a crash course on the basics so you know what you’ve got in your packet: W2 forms, 1099s, Schedules, etc.

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    2. Live examples – live example on downloading the preferred IRS transcript so you see how it’s done. We answer common questions, like: does it have to be notarized? Is it okay to give photocopies of my taxes?

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    3. Solutions to common Problems – Such as: what if you never filed them before? you recently started working? Or you only have a few years worth.

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  • Bank statements – Do I even need to show statements? How? Are 3 months, 6 months or 12 months okay? Do I need to have a big balance to be approved? Learn when these statements are actually required and how to get statements that the Embassy has accepted in the past.

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  • Letter of Employment, Paystubs – When do you show these? How many do you show? What if you’re self employed and don’t get them? Not everyone needs them, but for the few who DO, these documents combine with others to get you approved. Learn how to expertly get them together to make a solid case.

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  • How to Calculate / Show Assets – What shows enough assets? How do you show them? Learn 3 important rules your proofs must follow to be acceptable. Surprisingly, the I-134 instructions say nothing about it. So, if you want to use assets, you must know which ones to focus on and which to discard. We’ll go through a full example on how to calculate asset value and how to present.

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  • Checklist – rather than use the thin outline that the instructions provide, I give you a comprehensive list of documents you may need for the I-134. All you have to do is check the boxes to see if they apply to you.


Video 8C – Cover Letter for I-134 AOS

16 minutes

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Cover Letter template & real-life example – Download the template and follow along with John Doe’s example so you can how a typical one looks like. Since “public charge” is a common reason for denial, you won’t fall victim because — when completed, this 1- or 2-page summary clearly explains what the officer wants to know. That way they’re not flipping pages to find answers AND or confused about your financials. This cover letter is my unique style, you won’t find it anywhere else online.

Video 8D – Form I-134 AOS

46 minutes

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Clear answers to every question, line by line – We don’t miss, skip, or ignore anything. If it applies to you, you’ll know how to handle it. We even answer those vague tricky questions that most of us trip on.

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  • How this form applies to different situations – For example, if you’re self-employed then you fill this form differently than if you’re employed, have K-2 children, are retired, or using assets. Learn to do it correctly for your unique financial situation.

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  • Protection from inherent errors – Which questions must you answer accurately and which ones can you ignore? The I-134 is used by different visa types so it’s vital that you carefully answer odd-sounding questions even if they aren’t relevant to your case.

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  • Prevent Common mistakes – While filling out the paperwork. I show you how to avoid misinterpretations. For example, are my children “partially” or “wholly” dependent on me? Is my fiance currently my dependent? How do I know?

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  • Answers to Common questions – like what if I’m using a joint sponsor, do I still fill this form out? What if I’m retired? Work online remotely? I don’t have enough space to write my full answer, what do I do? Or does this form need to be notarized? Original?

Video 8E – I-134 AOS Final packet Assembly

14 minutes

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Visual walkthrough of a finished I-134 AOS packet ready to be submitted. See how it must be constructed, sequenced, and tied together. Learn what’s most important to have up front. What’s good to save for the back. How the cover letter helps clear up questions. Best of all, there’s no guessing on how it needs to look. You can build your own packet just like how I show it.

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  1. Flip Page by Page – of how you assemble the I-134 packet — combining the I-134 form, cover letter, tax documents and so on. How are the pages tied together? How do you hand it over to the Consulate?

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  2. How to assemble – The best way to assemble the entire packet: paperclips? Binders? Single- or double-sided pages? Color or black and white? What does the Embassy prefer?

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  3. What they do behind the scenes with your I-134 – They try to understand all about your financial alone. Your biggest advantage is to present it clearly so they don’t misinterpret anything because you’re not there to defend yourself.

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  4. Tips – Six last-minute tips to strengthen your packet so you prevent the top mistakes made while rushing through the forms.


Video 9A – Proof of Relationship (part 1)

1 hour 20 minutes

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What your “perfect mix” depends on – your “perfect mix” of relationship evidence depends on your unique circumstances — how often you’ve met, what evidence you have, how convincing it is. All of which factors into the officer’s decision of approval or denial.

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  1. How they prefer to see your proof of relationship – learn the different preferences officers have regarding proof of relationship. Because each one has a unique style, I’ll share with you the way to impress any officer with solid proof of relationship. What do they consider impactful? Powerful? Legitimate?

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  2. The 4 big obstacles to an “easy” interview – learn the 4 big obstacles that make presenting bona fide evidence a challenge. These make it equally difficult to get approved for both straightforward and complex cases.

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  3. The two big rules to figuring out which evidence is worth it – The two big rules I want you to drill into your mind: (1) relationship will lead to marriage and (2) It’s not just for immigration purposes. These dictate which proof is useable and which is useless.

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  4. Primary proof – meeting / spending time together, meeting family / friends, and proof of an engagement or future wedding planning. These support the fact that you’re serious about the visa and deserved to be approved. We meticulously cover each part of primary proofs — how to gather them, how many pages of each, what’s better than the other, and how to take advantage of all primary proof to amplify your chances of approval –even if you have red flags or your case is straightforward. You’ll learn which proof out of your own you need to bring to the front and which you can shove in the back of your packet.

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  5. Secondary proof – like text messages, social media, video call screenshots or email exchanges are not as important as primary but nonetheless you should include some. The problem is most of us overdo it. Learn how to carefully select which handful of text messages, emails, or phone logs work best in your paperwork. Don’t waste time gathering stuff the officer won’t even ask for. We meticulously cover the details of secondary proof — which ones to get, how many pages of each, what they should look like, which ones to select and so on. You’ll know which ones work for your case regardless of how many red flags there are.

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  6. How the format looks like – I show you my preferred method of the grid format. We go through a visual walkthrough of selecting photos, placing them in a grid format, selecting how many of each is best, then putting in captions and descriptions, before printing them out. Such that these photos quickly convince the officer that you’ve got a serious relationship.

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  7. How much is enough for approval? We answer common questions — like how do I know if I have enough proof? What else can I do to have a better shot at showing them I’m serious? What if I don’t have enough proof, what can I do? What about my red flags?



Video 9B – Proof of Relationship (Part 2) Packet Assembly

13 minutes

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Simple rules to constructing a powerful packet – There aren’t official rules to follow, the risk is on us to figure out HOW much and WHAT proof is considered “enough” by this particular Consulate. I will show you how to layout your paperwork, photos, text messages, social media and other interactions to give them the complete picture of your relationship. Enough so that they’re instantly convinced there’s no fraud in the relationship. All based on what has worked phenomenally in the past.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. Follow my grid format – see how the final packet looks, what’s within it, what comes first (primary proof)? What comes last (secondary proof)? How do you tie everything together to have a powerful presentation? Watch me flip through pages of a final Proof of Relationship packet to see the sequence of documents, tabs, notes, and other features to help amplify your chances of approval.
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  1. Tips – six tips to make sure you don’t mess anything up at the last-minute before you finalize and print stuff out.
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  1. Presentation – how to properly present proof standing in front of the officer while he/she glances over photos and listening to what you have to say. In the back of your mind, you’ll also know what exactly officers look for in a serious relationship — that way you can show the right things at the right time and say the right thing.
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  1. Checklist – make sure you’ve got all primary and secondary evidence ready to work hard for your case. This checklist will help you stay on track and not get stuck in the “weeds”.



Video 10 – documents to bring to the interview

28 minutes

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Piece by Piece – extended coverage of the dozens of documents required for the interview – in minute detail (passport, birth certificate, divorce documents, child custody agreements, etc) to make sure your documents are as ready as possible. I meticulously explain how to get them AND common problems that spring up…

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

    1. For example, we get into detail on options if you don’t have a birth certificate available, or it was never registered — how do you get a replacement or alternative? What’s accepted by the Embassy?
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    3. Example 2: what if your name is misspelled in documents? Does that matter?
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    5. We cover all kinds of scenarios: divorced, Adopted, Children, criminal/prison history, and so on. So you’re aware of what’s important for your specific case.

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  1. Video walkthrough –  walkthrough of several steps from official sources. See how certain documents are obtained with live examples — for instance, how do you get divorce documentation from various countries? So you can see live examples and know how yours should also be done.

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  2. Common questions and answers — things like: what has to be original? Certified? Notarized? Translated? Who can do this for me?

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  3. Checklist – keeps you on track so you don’t forget any vital document. Just check it when you’re done and move on.



Video 11 – Pay Visa fee & Schedule an Interview

15 minutes

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Step by Step – A walkthrough on how to pay visa fees for the interview. How it ties with your DS-160 and it works for scheduling the interview. Learn the official procedures for making payments to the Embassy so you can quickly schedule your interview whenever slots open up. I’ll show you an example of how to set up your profile, make the payment and schedule an interview.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. My preferences – I’ll share my preferences on what works best for payments and scheduling the interview so you know that this way is quick and worry-free. Simply do it and move on.
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  1. Different scenarios / Problems – We cover different scenarios such as if you have to schedule an interview OR the Embassy does it for you — what do you have to be aware of? Why aren’t slots open? When should I schedule it? In addition, we discuss common questions like — what if my I-129F is expiring, what do I do?


Video 12 – Prepare for the Questions / Answers

57 minutes

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How interviews are held – After years of studying how officers conduct interviews, I’ve discovered two patterns: 1. They’ll ask basic questions before approving you OR 2. They’ll go deep and “home in”. I’ll show you how to prepare for both scenarios.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. Prepare mentally – Adopting 4 particular mindsets before the interview forces you to approach it entirely differently – including how to behave, respond, and present yourself. But if you walk in thinking it’s a trap, then you unconsciously make it happen. Preparing to be positive is something you MUST do. I explain how to prepare mentally using the 4 techniques to understand that you’re not going there to “battle” them. Instead, you’re going there to convince them
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  1. Do they ask random questions? Contrary to what everyone says, officers don’t ask random questions. So, there’s no need to memorize 500 random questions. Instead, officers ask questions from six key categories. I’ll show you how to you may even anticipate the specific questions they fixate on. It all comes from a pattern I recognized in interviews where officers “home” into topics they consider important. So – forget worrying about being asked questions you don’t know the answer to. I’ll show you exactly which are important to rehearse.
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  1. The “homing” in technique – When officers ask detailed questions, I call that “homing” in. They pick a particular topic and ask increasingly-detailed questions. But the great thing is — you can predict which those will be. I’ll share 10 real-life examples of how officers homed into topics for various cases. I pick apart the reasons they ask what they ask. By the end of the section, you’ll be able to predict your own specific topic.
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  1. How many questions will they ask? There’s no way of knowing, but there is a way of preparing regardless of how many they end up asking. I’ll show you how to handle a few OR lots of questions smoothly by using the 4 mindsets.
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  1. How should I respond to questions? How should I behave? Using the 3 C’s of the interview — be Calm, be Clear, be Concise — you’ll see why this is the ONLY way to respond, behave, and give the impression you’re trustworthy. If you’re nervous or confused, that sets a bad precedent. Learn how to mentally control your behavior so they perceive you as a real, genuine couple.
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  1. Answers to common questions like: do I have to memorize dates? What else can they ask? What if I forget my answers? I fear they won’t believe my odd love story, what can I do? Will they check my social media?
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  1. Body language, clothing, and behavior – A minor part of your interview where I show you what’s “appropriate” to wear, how to talk, and body language.
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  1. Tips – Four tips to give you the final edge on getting that approval based on what other couples have done successfully. Tips include: arranging for a joint sponsor in case things get out of control.
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  1. Worksheet & checklist – A fillable PDF worksheet / checklist to help you prepare for the six categories. Download it, fill it out, and rehearse it with your fiance. This worksheet forces you to concentrate on important topics and ignore the rest. Sample questions and answers are included to questions, like “why did you choose to marry in the US rather than your home country?”. That way, you don’t forget the important questions.


Video 13 – The K-1 interview (the big day)

25 minutes

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Step by Step – what happens at the day of your interview. The main 5 steps broken down so you know the exact procedures. You stay calm and in control since you’ve already done the hard work for this face-to-face interview.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  • Why the interview is indeed a big deal –  The interview is the critical point in your entire visa process. The US Embassy is the “eyes and ears” for the government. That’s why it’s vital we satisfy them with proof and paperwork. We learn the 2 main things officers must see (1) proper paperwork (2) your intention to get married. I’ll show you how to laser focus and prepare along these lines. It’s no longer a battle to be approved, it’s an opportunity.
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  1. The right mindset: Take ownership – no one hands you an approval on a silver platter. There are two solutions to any problem you encounter: Recognize and address. This works for problems, red flags, and odd questions they ask.
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  1. The Results: Approval, Denial, or Administrative processing – Brief coverage of the 3 results at the conclusion of your interview. So you know exactly what the next steps are.
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  1. 6 Tips to give you the final boost to make this day a success including: reviewing the important documents that usually trip people, and preparing for common problems (and fixing them).


Video 14 – What happens after the interview (Approval, Administrative Processing)

15 minutes

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Step by Step what happens after the interview – a detailed look at what happens BOTH behind the scenes at the consulate AND what you’re supposed to do to make sure your visa is printed and collected correctly. Keep tabs on the CEAC status throughout to track your progress.

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. If you’re approved, we dive into what exactly happens, how you’re notified, the steps you take to pick up the final packet, what’s inside the visa packet, AND how to make sure everything’s ready. A reminder of key final things to do before flying into the US (like CENOMAR), along with answers to common questions, like: how long is this visa good for? Or do I have to marry before the visa expires?
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  1. Administrative Processing 221(g) – if you’re not approved, what are the  potential reasons for Administrative Processing? The two main ones are – missing documents and not enough convincing relationship evidence. We go through the steps if you have these problems including the timeline all of this takes. Then we go over how to respond to AP problems, fix issues and re-submit your paperwork. All of these steps and fixes to AP are verified with previous applicants and the Embassy manual. So you can be sure you’re taking proper steps to respond to Administrative Processing denials.


Video 15 – K-1 visa Denials & Problems

21 minutes

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In-depth discussion on Denials – we immerse into the different types of denials — the 221(g), 212(a), the 214(b)– why they happen, and the remedy for each (if possible), and what to know if you’re handed one of these slips. That way there’s no mystery and you’re not sitting there wondering “what is this?”

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. Denial 212(a) – we cover the ten different reasons for the 212(a) and the possibility of waivers, appealing or your options (if any) for a possible turn of events. This way you know exactly what each denial represents and what your chances are of fixing them.
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  1. Appeals / Waivers – Your different options if you’re denied: appealing or submitting a waiver. I’m brutally honest about getting either of these two approved (or allowed).
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  1. Common problems – overstays, multiple visa attempts, deportations, denial of entry (customs) and so much more. We cover the major reasons you’re inadmissible and their possible fixes. A key distinction we go over is: What should you be worried? And what kind of things are not worth worrying over? Especially if you’ve had previous US travel history, denials, ESTA, and so on.


Video 16 – Red Flags

31 minutes

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What are red flags – What a red flag is and what it’s not. For example, many people confuse being denied entry at Customs as a red flag (it’s not). Instead, red flags are moving targets and subjective (“soft”) reasons. You should know whether you’ve got an actual inadmissibility (problem) or a red flag (obstacle).

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WHAT ELSE IS IN THIS VIDEO?

  1. The Seven common red flag – an in-depth review of the seven types of red flags. Most, if not all, couples with red flags fall into these seven. You’ll know which ones, and how many, red flags you’re dealing with.
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  1. Why are they indeed a problem? – red flags are indeed big problems. They force Officers to make sure they don’t fall within these issues (1) you being scammed (2) relationship just for immigration, or (3) you losing credibility. But that’s not all — red flags become difficult to “fix” because of (1) we don’t know what’s the threshold (2) there’s no universal list of red flags (3) It’s all subjective — the officer picks and chooses. I’ll explain why it’s important to understand the problem before we figure out solutions.
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  1. How to spot your own red flags – ignorance isn’t bliss. You must identify and fix your own red flags. Use my “complete stranger” test to figure out what the Embassy officers thinks of your age difference, language barrier, or other red flags. That way you know which exact problems need “fixing”.
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  1. Should you even be worried? – when do they become actual problems? There are two instances when you should start worrying (1) when one gigantic red flag overshadows everything else (2) you have compounding small red flags. Learning what’s a problem and what’s not, will keep you focused on what’s important instead of wasting time on small issues.
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  1. How to “fix” red flags – Using my primary evidence philosophy, learn the top 3 fixes that you can include in your bona fide evidence to boost your appearance of a genuine couple — even if you have 30 years of age difference or you’ve got very little in common. These worked in the past to get couples approved.
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  1. Mindset: Take ownership – approvals aren’t gifted to you — no, they’re rewarded if you do the hard work. Use the “take-ownership” method to figure out how you’re going to fix red flags even if you have multiple red flags and the future looks bleak. A personalized solutions makes sure it actually works for your unique case, not some random advice.
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BONUS: the common fixes to red flags – a vast list of different options couples have successfully tried in the past to overcome their red flags and present a SOLID case to the Embassy. Learn and emulate these solutions for yourself.

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But wait a minute… won’t I find everything I need online (for free)? Why take a course on it?

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At this point, most of us squint our eyes, tighten our lips and think “… I don’t know… wouldn’t I find this stuff online for free? Why should I take a course on it?”

And to be honest, that’s a fair question.

Even though most of us aren’t born experts in the K visa process, you can still easily search things up on Google.

And if you’re like me, your first go-to source is always government websites. And if you don’t get answers there, you’d retreat to forums, YouTube videos, or blogs. And to tell you the truth, we do get some decent answers.

But I quickly noticed that the more I looked, the more frustrated I grew. You see, people were good at answering general (easy) questions, like this:

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Q: “how long’s the medical exam?”

A: “Yeah, sure. It normally just takes a day.”

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But when it came to detailed questions, like –“I’ve got a unique situation in my I-134 Affidavit of Support for question x, y, and z. How do I answer it correctly?”– no one had a clue.

Or, how many photos from my last vacation should I include in my proof of relationship?

It became a guessing game. And I’d be sitting there wondering what to do. Follow this guy’s advice or the others?  Is his information up to date? Did he consider all the different variables?”

It’s like the blind leading the blind. I wasn’t comfortable following advice from random people. And it was way too serious to leave it to chance…because at the end of the day, it was all my responsibility (not theirs). And if there was a mistake, it would be my future on the line, not theirs.

You may not realize it, but you’re actually spending a lot of time figuring out simple questions without knowing if it’s even worth it or not.

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Every time you pick up the forms to start, have a question, or fire up Google, you could spend hours looking things up. But most of us don’t have the luxury of unlimited time. Worse yet, we’ve got to deal with conflicting information online…

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But the biggest pain is not knowing if you should even spend that time in the first place. What if the hours you spent were on the wrong thing altogether. Or worse, not spending enough time on things that DID matter.

Other times you just don’t know if someone is repeating the same thing someone else said… just snowballing the misconceptions / wrong ideas bigger and bigger.

The point is– we can research all we want, but at the end of the day, YOU are accountable for your own success or failure. We don’t know whom to trust OR who’s done their research and who hasn’t. You also don’t that much time to “figure it out”.

A course is a great way to fix that problem. It’s like if someone trustworthy took the time out to learn all the exact steps, filter out all the bad information, double check with laws, and only then offered a solution. In the end, you got the best of an expert’s advice.

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Why should I purchase your course instead of hiring a lawyer or a filing company?

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I once thought lawyers or filing companies had special connections, knew secrets, shortcuts, or loopholes — or even a special phone number to dial to get me approved.

…Or that I was going to miss something important if I didn’t hire one.

Quite frankly, I was expecting someone with a shiny diploma hanging on their wall to be my saviour.

So, I hired a lawyer when I began. I thought I would effortlessly hand my paperwork to him, lean back and relax in my chair, while I watched this expert make a sparkling case, mail it off, and say “you’ll get your approval letter in about a month”.

Then I would ride off into the sunset with my spouse and live happily ever after.

But if you know a bit about my story, you know this turned out to be a complete disaster. My lawyer completely broke my trust and took advantage of the fact that I knew next to nothing about the fiance visa process.

Long story short — he didn’t fill out my forms correctly, ask me important questions, or even make a half-decent case, let alone spend time to look things over.

He charged me money, but made ME do all the work. I had to print photos, write statements, provide this, provide that. All he did was staple things together.

He spent 10 minutes to make a bare bone packet and mailed it off (did I mention he used a typewriter?!). It was no surprise why several months later, I faced delays and RFEs for silly things he left out.

But of course, he never picked up my phone calls when I needed to talk to him. Quite honestly, I doubt he even remembered my name after I handed him the check and walked out of his office.

This isn’t just my experience…I hear the same disappointing stories from all my readers.

There was even one couple who told me their lawyer forgot to mail out their case and it was sitting on his desk for over 2 months…

Now, it’s true that not all are like that. But it’s difficult to find one who won’t just treat you like a “customer”.

But I get it, it’s not entirely their fault. They’re running a business and we’re not considered “big fish” to them. Fiance visa cases are small and not worth their time. They earn real money going after big clients. So, they’ll rush through our K-1 visa paperwork, make it minimum, just to get it out the way.

The worst part?… it turns out that’s why they end up making more mistakes than people who self-file… they forget things, miss details, take the lazy way out because there’s no loyalty to you, and nothing at stake for them.

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In fact, it’s gotten so bad that the USCIS actually recommends you file paperwork yourself to “assure the accuracy of the information”.

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Sounds like they’ve realized lawyers / filing companies make big mistakes… and the USCIS is asking us to save ourselves the agony and just do things on our own (jaw-dropping, isn’t it?).

So, you see you have every reason to handle everything on your own and not hand your future off to someone else. The best part about doing it by yourself? You’re NOT missing some secrets, tactics or shortcuts to approval.

Remember, the only thing they can do is file the petition on your behalf — simply fill out your paperwork. That’s it. They won’t prepare the ultimate I-129F packet, or go to the interview for you, talk to the consular, or pick up the phone and work magic. Heck, they can’t even improve your chances of approval. So, what’s the point?

Don’t make the mistake of relying on an expert just because he or she’s got credentials.

Instead, we need personal attention to our case. Not some filing company who uses a computer program to fill out our paperwork. Or an “expert” who takes 2 weeks to respond.

(By the way, as far as credentials go, Visa Tutor is officially registered as an “immigrant assistance service” provider — so, you’re not dealing with a hobbyist blogger — you’re dealing with a company. That’s how serious I am about the fiance visa).

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You’ve already seen how I personally answer people’s questions, how I pay attention to detail, and I offer free help better what most people would charge for. Now imagine imagine what kind of help and support you’ll get once you join my program

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What if I have specific questions, will you help me?

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.What if you go through the course and still have a specific question?

➣ Maybe something went wrong during the medical exam
➣ Or you want a quick opinion on something
➣ Maybe your approval letter was blue instead of pink
➣ Maybe this… maybe that…

This course is comprehensive and I got into detail with a bunch of things. But I admit that not all minor questions and concerns will be there.

But don’t worry, you’ve got access to a private discussion board where you can ask your specific question and get answers within 24-48 hours. If something doesn’t make sense, or you just want to verify something with me, just write up your question and submit.

Every student has priority access to my email so I’ll drop everything I’m doing to respond to you. That way you know you’re being listened to and given full attention.

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What if I don’t have the time to do all of this on my own?

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I get it, 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”.

But, think this through: What if after hiring someone you still get denied? 

It’d be terrible, but somehow you’d have to make the time to deal with a denial, AND go through the entire process over again, right? Or deal with administrative processing.

So, what sounds better –spending some nights learning and preparing yourself? Or waiting several more months waiting after an emotional denial?

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I’ve never done anything like this before, I’m not sure I do it correctly

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

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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. Everyone has their own opinion.

You’ve just seen what all successful K-1 visa cases need (the 3 ingredients). It’s a matter of explaining it to you clearly. Then showing you how to take action for each step.

I’ve laid out all the procedures STEP-BY-STEP. There’s no guessing, or following rumors or bad advice. You get clear instructions on what to do — which link to click, which forms to download, how to fill each out, and what website to visit, etc.

Even if this is the first time your filling out any forms, I will show you exactly what to do. Promise. In fact, I’ll educate you why you’re doing what you’re doing. Sound fair?

Best of all, all these steps are backed up by research of actual laws, policies, and even advice from consular officers (who interview us at the K-1 visa interview).

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My circumstances are “special”, will your course still work?

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“Will this course work for me if…

● I’m a college student

● I’m retired

● I’m divorced

● I’ve been denied a tourist visa (or entry)

● I’ve recently started working

●I’ve got major red flags

● more…”

Yes, this course addresses different backgrounds you may have. You may be a college student, out of work, recently divorced, a multiple filer, denied entry at the border, rejected for a tourist visa, and so on…

In these different cases, I give you the facts so you can make your own, intelligent decision for success. And for many, you even get the specific steps to follow for your unique situation.

For example, you’ve had a previous marriage. What do I need to do differently?

OR if you have multiple red flags, how can you improve your case?

You’ll be handed the specific guides, rules, and advice that others have used successfully in the past.

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I want to try this program… but what if I don’t like it?

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All things aside, I want you to have a visa approval. That’s the bottom line. Because I know what it would’ve meant to me back then to have this kind of confidence.

So, I’ll put my money where my mouth is. You get 100% of your money back guaranteed if you don’t like this course (for any reason). That’s my personal promise… and not just for 30 days, 60 days or even 90– it’s for a lifetime.

Heck, you can take my full course, get approved, and come back later to ask for all the money back, and I would give it to you no questions asked. Think about it…  I’m actually the one taking the risk here, but I’m happy to do it because I KNOW that if you try this course, you’ll love it.

That’s my guarantee.

Who else can hold their head up high and make that kind of promise about their service? A lawyer? Filing company? anyone?

And trust me on this, not hiring a lawyer doesn’t mean you’re missing insights, secrets, or some weird requirements. On the contrary, by following my course you’re getting a combination of the best advice from years of my research.

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Why you can’t just “think about it”

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You have a decision to make: either continue struggling daily up until the big day of the interview all the while stressing over every single detail…risking denial because you didn’t have correct paperwork, proof of relationship or preparation for the interview…

OR, you can be 100% prepared using a detailed step-by-step guide that eliminates the possibility of incorrect paperwork, inadequate proof of relationship, and denials all the while letting you enjoy peace of mind that you did things right.

Remember, you only have a short window of time to prepare for this life-changing interview. And you can’t just take this course a day before the interview and expect to get approved.

Imagine what your future-self would say 1 year from now:

Would you be suffering from a denial and kicking yourself for not being serious enough about the interview? OR will you be happily married with your future spouse and have put all of this behind you once and for all?

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No guessing, no uncertainty… just following exact steps to get a visa approval

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Imagine if you didn’t have to rely on luck, but you used the same system that’s gotten others approved… and all you had to do was follow a step-by-step, detailed manual. No guessing, no uncertainty, just following exact steps to get a visa approval.

And while taking these steps, you can actually relax knowing you WILL have results like Jim, Carlene, Ben, Or like Mark’s case (with a 24-year age gap)? There’s peace of mind that at the end of the road, there’s an approval.

Best of all, it happens stress-free… where you break the constant anxiety and not have to second guess every decision you make.

What if you didn’t have to spend hours and hours doing research but looking up at the clock and STILL feeling lost? Instead, you got the best advice from years of research.

What if you were guided by an expert and got answers to all your questions big or small? And there’s no lingering doubt in mind whether you have deadly mistakes.

What if you felt like your question was heard by an expert… and you got advice that was “just right” for you even if you have a “unique” situation, reliable answers are still out there. 

And, what if there was no guilty doubts whether you should’ve hired a legal professional? Instead, you got to control your own case, made your own decisions because you had expert advice available in front of you.

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FINAL QUESTIONS:

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1 year from now…

Will you be picking up the scraps after denial to start over?

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OR Will you be happily married and living life like you always wanted?

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How far are you willing to go to make that happen?

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