USA Spousal Visa

Skylark Consulting Services, we understand that being with your loved ones is a top priority. Our USA Spousal Visa services are designed to make the immigration process as smooth as possible, ensuring you can be united with your spouse in the United States.

Our Comprehensive USA Spousal Visa Services:

1. Initial Consultation:

Embark on your journey by scheduling a comprehensive consultation with our immigration experts. We will assess your situation, discuss your eligibility, and provide personalized guidance on the best visa option for you.

2. Petition Filing Assistance:

Our experienced team will assist you in filing Form I-130, the Petition for Alien Relative, accurately and efficiently. We ensure that all required documentation is prepared and submitted to meet USCIS standards.

3. USCIS Processing Support:

Navigating the USCIS processing stage can be complex. Skylark Consulting Services provides dedicated support to ensure your petition is processed promptly and with the attention it deserves.

4. National Visa Center (NVC) Coordination:

We seamlessly transition your case to the National Visa Center for further processing, handling all communication and documentation required for this phase.

5. Consular Processing Guidance:

Our experts guide you through the consular processing phase, helping you prepare the necessary documents and ensuring you are ready for the visa interview.

6. Visa Interview Preparation:

Prepare with confidence for the visa interview. Skylark Consulting Services offers detailed guidance and mock interview sessions to enhance your readiness.

7. Post-Visa Entry Assistance:

Upon receiving your visa – whether it's a CR-1 or IR-1 – we provide assistance and guidance for a smooth entry into the United States.

8. Adjustment of Status (CR-1):

For CR-1 visa holders, Skylark Consulting Services helps with the timely filing of Form I-751 for the removal of conditions, a crucial step toward obtaining permanent residency.

Why Choose Skylark Consulting Services?

1. Expertise You Can Trust:

Benefit from our team's extensive knowledge of the U.S. immigration system. Our experts stay updated on the latest regulations to provide accurate guidance.

2. Personalized Guidance:

We understand that every case is unique. Our personalized approach ensures that your specific needs and concerns are addressed throughout the process.

3. Streamlined Processes:

We pride ourselves on efficiency. Skylark Consulting Services streamlines the visa application processes, minimizing delays and ensuring a smooth experience.

4. Family-Centric Approach:

Our commitment is to keep families together. Skylark Consulting Services prioritizes your family's unity, working tirelessly to achieve this goal.

5. End-to-End Support:

From the initial consultation to post-visa entry, Skylark Consulting Services provides comprehensive support, guiding you at every step of the journey.

Get Started Today:

Ready to be reunited with your spouse in the United States? Schedule a consultation with Skylark Consulting Services today. Our expert team is here to guide you through the USA Spousal Visa process, making your dream of being together a reality.

Disclaimer: The information provided is for general informational purposes only and does not constitute legal advice. Consult with our expert team for case-specific guidance.

Essential documents for the visa interview include:

  • Visa appointment letter
  • Valid passport
  • Medical examination results
  • Financial evidence demonstrating the ability to support the immigrant spouse
  • Proof of a bona fide marriage, such as photographs, joint financial documents, and communication records

Yes, U.S. citizens sponsoring their spouses must meet a minimum income requirement, which is determined by the Federal Poverty Guidelines. This is demonstrated through the submission of Form I-864, Affidavit of Support.

The initial petition (I-130) filing requires the following documents:

  • Completed Form I-130 (Petition for Alien Relative)
  • Proof of U.S. citizenship of the petitioner (passport, birth certificate, or naturalization certificate)
  • Marriage certificate
  • Passport-style photographs of the petitioner and beneficiary
  • Evidence of a bona fide marriage, including joint financial documents, photographs, and communication records