Bringing your Vietnamese Fiance to Your Doorstep Has Never Been Easier.
Everyone we talked to kept telling us how easy it was to meet online and simply write a letter and petition, for her to meet me and marry in the U.S. They kept saying all you have to do is fly to Vietnam and meet in person take some pictures and you will be married within a few months. Well let me tell you that is not the case! Anyone telling you that is not being truthful, and it will cost you a lot of time and a lot of money to try and straighten out these problems if you don't have someone to help guide you like Mr. Wahl did for us.
We were denied in our first petition and Mr. Wahl looked at our situation and advised us in what we needed to do to get our EVIDENCE and proper papers in order so the U.S consulate in Vietnam would know we were in love and not trying to commit Fraud to gain access to the United States.
Nhanh and myself have talked to Mr. Wahl many times during this process, and he was always easily accessible to answer questions and give guidance and advice to help make sure our petition was the best it could be to show how much we were in love.
My dear friends i can tell you from experience That you don't need a LAWYER to handle your petition, but you TRULY need someone willing to help you and tell you the truth about bringing someone to the U.S., and Fred Wahl has guided us from our lack of information and mistakes to making sure we were happily together in each others arms and now married.
Your friends Dale and Nhanh
Getting Fiancee or spousal visas for Vietnam is much harder than from most other countries. The consular officers in Ho Chi Minh City apply a higher standard before they accept that a relationship is genuine. They expect a petitioner to have made multiple trips, to have had a long engagement, and to be able to communicate well with his fiancee in vietnamese or english.
Just wanted to let you know that my fiancee passed her interview.
Thanks once again for all your assistance thus far and look forward to the next steps in obtaining her green card upon our return and subsequent marriage.
Her interview lasted approximately 10 minutes
Frank and Mai
By Fred Wahl
Your Personal Immigration Guide