This visa is for the foreign future spouse of United States citizens.
You are eligible for a K1 visa if you are coming to the United States to marry your United States fiancée and the wedding is going to take place within ninety days of arrival.
The law states that you must have met your fiancée in person within two years of applying for your K-1 visa, unless for religious or cultural reasons, you will only be meeting him/her on arrival in the United States in accordance with your custom. If such is the case, you must specify this to the State Department and the Attorney General of the United States will waive this requirement at his discretion. The other requirement in terms of this law is that your intention to marry is for a "bona fide" purpose and not to circumvent the immigration laws. If the latter is really your intention, and you get caught, you are subject to a fine up to $250,000.00 or a prison sentence of up to five years or both.
This category is for unmarried minor children of K-1 visa holders.
Korean immigration to the US
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