K1 Visa Specialist Vadym Rogov Announces Surprising Analysis of 10 Years Worth of Data

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K1 Visa Case Manager Vadym Rogov has analyzed all K1 Visa cases that were represented by the Law Office of Joel Turney in the past 10 years and made a surprising discovery that relationships with fiancees from certain countries have a lower possibility to result in a successful marriage.

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"The law firm of Joel Turney has statistical data with regard to the relationship survival rate and marriage success rate for each country", informed Vadym Rogov

What is the K1 Visa and how one can make sure that the time and money are not spent in vain? With the development of technology, the boundaries get erased: just by using the phone applications one can be constantly in touch with someone from another country, learn another language and travel internationally with ease. If the couple decides to marry and live together in the United States, then K1 Visa will have to be obtained for the foreign fiancee. However, what are the chances that the relationship will survive the lengthy process and additional 90 days given to marry? Moreover, what arethe chances of the successful marriage? K1 Visa Case Manager Vadym Rogov states that the law firm of Joel Turney has statistical data with regard to the relationship survival rate and marriage success rate for each country, from which the foreign fiancees have arrived to marry the U.S. petitioner.

The K1 visa has become more recognized by the general public due to the TV show "90 day fiance" and tragic events in San Bernardino, CA. Unlike to what is portrayed in the TV show, the couples must have solid intention to marry each other even before the process is started. Oftentimes, such decision is formed after one or two brief physical meetings. Thereafter, the couple starts lengthy process for the K1 Visa and after the foreign fiancee's arrival to the U.S., the marriage certificate must be obtained within 90 days of arrival.

"In terms of the relationship surviving through the lengthy fiance visa process, our data shows that Eastern European countries have the lowest rate and Asian countries have the highest rate. Such statistics for Easten European countries are most likely related to the higher number of the relationships that are not bona fide on the foreign fiancee's part", - informed Vadym Rogov. It happens that the foreign fiancee cuts all communication with the U.S. petitioner, refuses to go the interview or openly asks for a large sum of money. In this aspect, Asian countries have almost perfect statistics with the majority of the fiancees demonstrating their good faith, going to the interview and ultimately arriving to the U.S.

With regard to the relationship overcoming the 90 day phase, the fiancees from South and Central American countries and again Eastern European countries tend to be more prone to experience cultural shock and may return to their country even before marriage is contracted. Language barrier could also be a significant factor or sometimes the expectations of foreign fiancee's could be drastically different from what they eventually experience.

For those that end up contracting marriage, the statistical data is about equal for all countries of the fiancees' origin. "At this point in the relationship, it is like any other marriage. We have not noticed that the marriages with the fiancees from some particular countries dissolve more than for the others", said Mr. Rogov.

In the past couple of years the USCIS has improved their timelines for the K1 Visa significantly. Faster process puts less strain on a relationship. According to the principal K1 visa lawyer Joel Turney, having proper representation may also save the relationship. The process that is taking too long, gets very complicated and stressful may result in a break-up even before the visa is issued.

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