I am from the Philippines
I came to the USA on K1- Fiance Visa
What is K1 Fiancé Visa?
According to USCIS,

A K1- visa Allows a United States citizen to bring a fiancé or fiancée to the United States for the purpose of marriage

Before filing for a fiancé visa, a couple must typically have seen each other in person within the previous two years.

The foreign partner applying for the fiancé visa must marry their U.S. citizen partner within 90 days of entry, or depart the United States.

I arrived in the U.S on December 19, 2016 and got married on February 2017, I processed to Register for Permanent Residence on March 2017.

The schedule for my interview was on August 4, 2017

My application was approved on that day. I received my Green Card on August 9, 2017.

Yes We can Do It!

These are the following requirements needed for Application for Green Card..


I-485: Application to Register Permanent Residence
Application Filling Fee: $1140 + 85 = 1,225
Biometrics Fee (required for applicants ages 14 to 78) $85.00

I-864: Affidavit of Support

I-693: Report of Medical Examination and Vaccine Record (Medical

exam must be administered by an authorized civil surgeon. Find a civil surgeon at

G-325A: Biographic Information (submit one for petitioner and one for beneficiary- 2 total)

I-131 (Optional) Application for Travel Document (No filing fee required)

I-765 (Optional) Application for Employment Authorization (No filling fee required)


All forms need to be submitted together in one envelope.

Fees are payable by check or money order to:
U.S Department of Homeland Security

Payment in the amount of $1,225
payable to U.S. Department of Homeland Security
Filing fee + Biometrics Fee




PO Box 805887
Chicago, IL 60680-4120

BY: Express mail or commercial courier deliveries:


Attn: FBAS
131 South Dearborn – 3rd Floor
Chicago, IL 60603-5517

I’m making this blog to help others that we can do it on our own.

Published by TheLeelaShow

Hello Folks! Welcome to my Blog, I am Leela, from the Philippines, now residing in the United States. I live in a Motor Home for two years. This blog is all about My Mobile life in America.

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