Marriage visa requirements and opportunities

We share information about marriage visa requirements, processing time, potential problems.

K3 visa USA – general information

The K3 visa for the United States is for foreign wives/husbands of U.S. citizens. This visa is not an immigrant visa and allows wives/husbands of U.S. citizens to be reunited with their spouses and to obtain immigration status at a later date in the United States. The K3 visa has greatly simplified the process for […]

Visa to Canada for wife/husband

List of documents: From a Canadian citizen: ✅ ID document confirming status in Canada ✅ Proof of dissolution of past marriages, if applicable ✅ Letter from current employer (indicating number of hours worked per week) ✅ Documents issued by the Internal Revenue Service of Canada: Notice of Assessment – NOA, showing total annual income OR […]

US marriage green card – spouse

Instructions for applying for a green card for a spouse US immigration process involves multiple forms and steps. The key in application process is – patience, and to follow instructions precisely. In this discussion and in all immigration forms you fill out, the spouse who is a US citizen or green card holder is called the […]

US marriage visa – description

Under U.S. law, fiancé (wives) and grooms (husbands) of U.S. citizens may be permitted to enter the country. Wedding visas can be divided into two categories: – Visas for fiancé and their children (K-1, K-2); – visas for wives and their children (K-3, K-4). The procedure for obtaining a wife visa is almost similar to […]

Australia spouse and marriage visa

The intention to marry in Australia is sufficient to obtain a Prospective Marriage visa provided the couple have met in person at least once. This visa is issued for 9 months during which time the marriage must be registered, after which it is possible to apply for a permanent visa. Permanent partnership visas are issued […]

Australia marriage visa requirements

your fiancé must be an Australian citizen, a permanent resident of Australia or an eligible New Zealand citizen both of you must be at least 18 years old your fiancé should be willing to sponsor not only you but also any dependent members of your family, who will immigrate with you: provide accommodation and financial […]

Immigration. Immigration to Australia on a Bridal / Marriage / Spousal visa

The Australian Department of Immigration and Border Protection (DIBP) has fairly lenient requirements for fiancée visas and ‘marriage visas’: no English language requirements, no specific education, occupation, or income requirements, no age limits. These visa categories are designed to encourage more international families to come to Australia to enable people to live as a family, […]