Do you have a visa issued by the US embassy in Manila that’s in a passport that has expired or will expire soon? Don’t fret. Your visa is valid through the expiration date printed on the visa, even if your passport has expired.
You don’t need a new visa, but you will need a new passport to travel to the United States.
When you arrive in the United States, you will apply for admission with a Customs & Border Patrol officer. At that time, you need to present a passport that is valid for 6 months longer after you plan to leave the United States. If your visa is in an expired passport, present both passports when entering the United States.
How to apply for a fiancé visa? People can easily get confused, frustrated and lost in the process when trying to do it themselves. Many people find it easier to hire an an experienced immigration lawyer to prepare and guide the couple through the process. I’ve been practicing fiancée visa law since 1997, I can help.
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Theodore Huang, Esq. has been practicing business immigration, EB-5 investor, and family immigration law since 1997. Highly recommended on LinkedIn, Attorney Huang has written numerous articles on visa matters affecting foreign new hires, start-ups, and intracompany transfers. His articles have appeared on www.EB5Planet.com, www.VisaSoup.com, www.MyVisa.com, and www.GoFianceeVisa.com For more information and a free consultation, please contact him immediately.