Rome Fiancé Visa Lawyers

Find the right Fiancé attorney in Rome, GA

Fiancé Visas allow non-nationals to visit the United States and marry a U.S. citizen resident of Rome GA.

The laws that regulate these visas require that the couple provide evidence of an engagement or a contract to marry, and that the two parties must have met at least once within the previous two years.

Acquiring a Fiancé Visa in Rome Georgia

All fiancé petitions are obligated to be filed in the United States. If you plan on residing in Rome all immigration papers will need to be filed at the proper regional USCIS office. There will be additional information on the most current forms, and an immigration attorney can also assist you with the filing.

After you submit the fiancé petition, the visa process will begin. Because the fiancé who will be the subject of the visa is an immigrant, he or she must also fulfill some of the requirements usually associated with an immigrant visa.

After Finalizing the Fiancé Visa Application

After completing a fiancé petition and entering the United States, an applicant must marry the U.S. citizen sponsor within 90 days. Once married, applicants should change their immigration applications to accurately reflect their married status. Reputable Rome, GA Fiancé Visa Attorneys can help to reduce the confusion associated with this intricate process.

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Life in Rome

Rome is a city in Floyd County, Georgia. It is the largest city in, and county seat of, Floyd County. As of the 2000 United States Census, Rome, Georgia has a population of about 34,000 people.

Rome was inhabited by humans for thousands of years before the arrival of European colonists. Europeans first explored the area in the mid-1500s, when Spanish explorers first charted the Southeastern U.S.

The modern city of Rome, Georgia was founded in 1834. The founders of the new city determined its name by drawing lots from names submitted by the other founders. In 1835, the Georgia legislature incorporated Rome as a city. During the Civil War, Rome's industrial capacity made it strategically important, and both sides fought fiercely to control it.

Modernly, Rome is a thriving small city, owing to its diverse economy. It is supported by the manufacturing, high technology, tourism, and healthcare. Rome is also home to Shorter University, a private liberal arts college which consistently brings in new, young residents with disposable income, further boosting the economy.

If you live in Rome, Georgia, and need a competent, experienced attorney to handle any legal issues you might be facing, you're in luck. There are many Rome, Georgia lawyers to choose from, and you should be able to find one who's right for you.

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