A K-1 or “fiancé visa” is a temporary visa available only to fiancés of U.S. citizens who are living outside of the United States and intend to get married within 90 days of arriving in the United States. A marriage green card is available to spouses of both U.S. citizens and U.S. green card holders, whether living in the United States or abroad, and ultimately provides permanent residency.
- How is a Fiancé Visa Different from a Marriage-Based Green Card?
- The K-1 Visa, Explained
- What Documents Do We Need for a Marriage Green Card?
- What Is a Marriage Green Card?
- What Is Conditional Permanent Residence?