Americans who are already married
to a woman from Russia must apply for a K-3 Spousal
visa for their wife and a K-4 visa for each accompanying
child. Admission of your Russian wife and children into the United States
based on your marriage is not automatic.
total fee of $595 includes Stage 1, Stage 2 and translations of all Russian documents. K-4 visa applications are completed at no additional charge.
The process of securing
a K-3 Spousal Visa for your Russian wife includes two separate stages:
an application for the USCIS approval, and
your Russian spouse for her interview at the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia.
Nevesta International provides the following
STAGE 1: Completing the
K-3 Visa application for you and your Russian wife and preparing supporting evidence.
Familiarize you and your Russian spouse with the visa process and its requirements.
Collect required information from you by means of a simple,
easy to use questionnaire.
Contact your spouse and collect her information using our
Russian language questionnaire.
Instruct your spouse in the Russian language on the
documents and photos she has to provide us for your K-3 visa application.
Complete forms and affidavits for you and your Russian spouse in
accordance with USCIS requirements. We do not send you "K-3 starter
kits" or ask you to download and complete your own USCIS forms like
some services force you to do.
Check all the documents and arrange the evidence of your
relationship so that it clearly and concisely supports your petition.
Complete certified translations of all Russian documents
into English at no additional fee.
Communicate with you when you desire it and answer your questions and
concerns through the entire process.
Communicate with your spouse, in the Russian language, by
E-mail or phone through the entire process.
Complete K-4 visa applicationsat no additional price.
Assemble K3 visa applications in accordance with the USCIS protocol
and mail it to you for your signature.
We track the case status of your application throughout the
entire process and contact you when it is approved.
Upon completing the above stage many
immigration attorneys and visa services consider their job finished,
however, only one half of the job is actually complete. After your
application is approved, the paperwork will be transferred to the US
Embassy in Moscow, Russia where your Russian spouse will be interviewed. It is paramount that
your spouse be well prepared for her interview and have completed her
Embassy forms correctly. Don't worry though, Nevesta International is
still on the job.
STAGE 2: Preparing your
Russian spouse for her interview at the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia.
We'll track your application after it is
approved at the USCIS and notify your spouse of her interview date
before she receives the actual invitation from the Embassy.
Explain to your Russian spouse in detail what
documents she needs to take to the interview. We will explain how to
secure them in advance and how to navigate the bureaucratic "mud
puddles" in Russia.
Assist your spouse in completing the forms
she will receive from the US Embassy in Russia. Without
professional assistance it will be difficult to complete the forms
Prepare your spouse for her medical
examination and interview at the US Embassy in Moscow, Russia. We will explain the basic
strategy of the interview and how it relates to your set of
personal circumstances. We will advise your spouse of what questions
she can expect to be asked.
Complete translations of all Russian documents
required for your spouse's interview at no additional price.
Communicate with your spouse by E-mail and
telephone in the Russian language at no additional price.
total fee of $595 includes Stage 1, Stage 2 and translations of all Russian documents for the Spousal Visa. K-4 visa applications are completed at no additional charge.
We can do even more for you. In the event you contact us before you visit your intended
wife in Russia where you plan to get married, we will provide
you our pre-application services.
if you contact us before your visit with your future Russian spouse.
We’ll send you to Russia with paperwork
essential for the application process which will save you about a month
of waiting time.
We'll give you an "evidence to collect
guide" to take on your trip.
We'll provide you with detailed
instructions, in the Russian language, describing documents and
photographs your future spouse can prepare for you to bring back to
America. This will save you a lot of time later and let you submit your
application to the USCIS right away on your return home.
The cost of your preparation for the trip
to Russia (pre-application services) is $30.
This amount will be deducted from the total Spousal Visa service fee
when you come home and begin the process.
We'll send you the kit by E-mail within one business day after we receive your payment. We can also send it to you by regular mail if you provide your mailing address. Please tell us what country your future spouse is from in the "Message to Recipient" block when you complete your payment for the K-3/K-4 Visa pre-application kit through PayPal.