St Luke’s Medical Exam

Procedures for Fiance or Spouse Visa Medical Exam at St. Luke’s, Manila

   Procedure for St Luke’s Visa Medical

In order to be approved for immigration to the USA each foreign born fiancee must undergo a medical examination. This is to demonstrate that the applicant is NOT ineligible for immigration due to issues of diseases that risk public health, mental instability or drug abuse.


All applicants processed in the Philippines have their medical’s at St. Luke’s Medical Center in Ermita, just a block away from the US Embassy. The medical is a lengthy process so I have developed a list of Tips for St. Luke’s Medical Center in order for the examination to go smoothly. Continue reading “St Luke’s Medical Exam”

Joint Sponsor for Philippines Fiance

Financial Joint Sponsor for Manila Fiance Visa

When you as an American Citizen apply to US immigration for your Filipina fiance to enter the USA to marry you, during the application process you must to demonstrate that you have adequate income or assets to prove that you are financially able to support your future spouse in order to prevent her from becoming a ward of the state.

What IF, you, the primary sponsor, don’t have enough income to meet the requirement?


Who I am + How I help couples get fiance or Spouse Visas

In most cases you are allowed to ask a friend or family member to help, and become your joint-sponsor.

Just like buying a car for a teenager, the joint-sponsor could ‘co-sign’ your loan.

But this option, if you are sponsoring a Fiancee in the Philippines is NOT available to you. Continue reading “Joint Sponsor for Philippines Fiance”

How an American gets Married in Philippines

How can an American marry in the Philippines?

I am pleased to help my clients get both fiancee and spouse visas to bring their loved ones to the USA.

Almost half of the couples I work with come from the Philippines. It turns out that the US Embassy in Manila is THE busiest of all US Embassies in the world. Processing 10’s of thousands of requests for visas to travel to the USA every year.

The Philippines is a wonderful country. The people are very kind, very gentle, they are awesome to know and be friends with.

English is taught in the schools so most Filipinos can speak some English, and they like the USA, they like Americans.

And most Filipino Families have some relatives who have already immigrated to the USA.

This all makes the Philippines a very popular place for an American to find romance.

I know that I did.


If you have fallen in love with someone from the Philippines basically you have two choices to bring him or her to the USA.

Either get engaged then apply for a fiancee visa or marry and apply for a spouse visa. Most choose the fiancee visa route because it is much faster than the spouse visa. Currently (and this changes over time), currently it takes about 8 to 9 months to get a Fiance visa from Manila, compared to 14 to 18 months to get a Spouse visa.

That “doesn’t make sense” you say. “Married should be faster”, Well, yes, BUT the way these processes work, a fiance visa is considered a non-immigrant visa, good for a 90 day visit, to meet potential inlaws and Disneyland, and IF a wedding occurs to remain in the USA permanently. But it is a big IF, and the system assumes the fiance might go back to Philippines, so since it is officially only for a short stay, the visa does not need to be vetted as much as a spouse visa.

A spouse visa on the other hand is considered REGULAR immigration. That means the applicant is not applying for a short visit, but is applying to stay in USA permanently. So there is more vetting, more examination, and the final approval includes approval for the GREEN CARD. The spouse visa allows your spouse to enter the USA, and to STAY permanently.

Despite the spouse visa needing more time, for many the attraction of marrying your love sooner, and having a wedding ceremony in a tropical paradise, among your spouse’s family, friends, and neighbors can be very attractive.

For those here is how to get married in the Philippines.

Getting married in the Philippines takes planning and it takes some time, and needs a minimum of 10 days.

If you’re flying in for a short stay you will have to plan your time carefully. The reason it takes at least ten days is because in order to get married one first needs to obtain a marriage license. Applying for a marriage license in the Philippines is somewhat like applying to buy a gun in the USA. There is a ten day cooling off period between when you file your application until the earliest you can get to the altar.

Applying requires you and your fiance to go to the court or mayors office and present the following documents.

Passports. Birth certificates. Proof of termination of previous marriages Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage and as in most recent update each applicant (even the American) must provide a Certificate of No Marriage, (CENOMAR), issued by the Philippines Government (PSA)

The CENOMAR can be ordered in advance and can be ordered online and takes about 10 days to be issued. It’s best to order this document well in advance of your arrival in the Philippines.

But the Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage is not so easy for an American to obtain.

The Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage is a document issued by a government body, that states the holder is currently not married and is free to marry.

Many countries like the Philippines maintain a central registry of marriages so this document would normally be issued by a government authority.

However, since the USA does not have any central registry of marriages it is impossible to find any US Federal, State or local government office that would issue the statement stating they have checked their records and you are not married and are eligible to marry.

So what can you do?

Well the US Embassy is there for you. They can not issue a document that categorically states you are not married, but what they CAN do is, allow you to raise your hand and swear to a consular officer that you are not married, and he then can issue a statement, that he has witnessed you making your sworn statement.

This is called “Affidavit In Lieu of a Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage”

Both the consular section at the US Embassy in Manila, and the consulate’s satelite office in Cebu will do this for you.

Do be aware however, that a very few of the local towns, like Quezon City, Makati City, and Davao City and others might not accept this Affidavit. Best is to find out in advance, and if necessary choose another town to marry in.

Marriage licences are good for 120 days, and the wedding doesn’t need to occur in the same town that issued the licence.

After you bring all the required documents to the court or mayor’s officer, and pay the licence fee, after the ten day waiting period the marriage license becomes valid and you can marry, either in church or in front of a judge or mayor.

To marry within only 10 days you must plan your trip carefully. For the shortest stay, you would plan to arrive in Manila or Cebu in the morning take taxi from airport to the consulate or embassy, get the Affidavit In Lieu of a Certificate of Legal Capacity to Contract Marriage, then pushing on to the local mayors or judge’s office before they close.

On the tenth day you can pick up your approved marriage licence and marry.

When planning your whirlwind 10 day trip, keep in mind that government offices are closed on weekends and holidays and plan your arrival and departure accordingly.

And of course while a 10 day trip including wedding is possible, it would be prudent and more relaxing if you give yourself few more days overall to your visit. This would give you a cushion in case of delayed flights, traffic jams, and so on.

When can you bring your new spouse to the USA?

Unlike what we saw in old movies an American can’t arrive, sweep a foreign beauty off her feet then throw her over his shoulder to board a Pan Am jet back to the USA.

Sorry, but once the honeymoon is over, you will most likely be returning to the USA alone.

To bring your new spouse to the USA. You need to apply through US immigration. Of course I can help.

Usually we start working together well before your wedding, in order to get “all our ducks in a row”.

But the earliest we can actually submit your application will be a few months after the wedding. This is because in order to successfully apply, your application needs to include a copy of your marriage certificate issued by the Philippines Federal government.

Sadly, in the past the Philippines has been plagued by fraudulent or counterfeit Civil documents. In order to make civil documents trustworthy, the the Philippines government has instituted national government office called the Philippines Statistics Authority, PSA. PSA’s job is to verify and vet Civil documents such as birth, death and marriage certificates. Even though, soon after the wedding, the local judge or mayor has issued you a local marriage certificate, that document is not accepted by US immigration. Instead, only the PSA version is acceptable. And it takes three months or so for the PSA to issue their own marriage certificate.

Once the wedding takes place, the time it takes to bring your spouse to the USA will be about 3 months to obtain the PSA marriage certificate plus another 14 to 18 months at US immigration before the visa is issued, and life together in the USA can begin.

Because it takes such a long time to bring your spouse to the USA many couples, decide not to marry in Philippines, and instead choose to marry in the USA. With a Fiance Visa, once a face to face meeting has taken place, a couple can usually get permission to come to the USA in only 8 to 9 months.

What can you do to speed the process ?

Don’t wait to bring VisaCoach on board. Typically, we should start working together months in advance of your trip to get married.

This way we can get most of the logistics out of the way, and on your trip to get married you will be armed with detailed instructions and checklists of what bases to touch during your trip, and what to bring back in the way of evidences to make your visa application strong and likely to be processed as smoothly and quickly as possible.

Then we craft your application to VisaCoach’s high standards, leaving a placeholder to insert the PSA marriage certificate the moment it is issued.

By Fred Wahl
the VisaCoach

Manila Interview

Fiance Visa Philippines Manila Interview

Every year, Manila leads the world with the most fiancee visas; being more than three times as many as the next busiest consulate. Guangzhou, China.



We’ve been working together and sent in our winning “front loaded” petition. Now our efforts have been rewarded, USCIS approved, NVC is sending the case to Manila, and now its time to prepare for the final step, the consular interview.

Every year, Manila leads the world with the most fianc�e visas. This is great for interviewees, as the Department of State has commissioned efficiency experts to ensure that the process here is streamlined and works as smooth as possible.

About two weeks after NVC notifys you as the American Sponsor that the case has been forwarded to the Philippines, the case should arrive in Manila to be input into the Manila consulates database. The consulate then sends your fiancee an email or letter telling her she can proceed to prepare for her interview.

Manila no longer mails out a packet with instructions and forms. Instead the notice she gets provides her links where she should go to download forms and instruction sheets as needed, for her to follow in order to schedule the interview.

If she doesn’t get the notice, don’t worry, we can proceed anyway, I have already posted copies of what you need at your online Dashboard

Very important: You really must wait until the case is in Manila. Jumping ahead before the case is actively in the consulates database will only cause confusion, and does not speed processing. Give it a good two weeks from the date of the NVC letter. If in doubt call the consulate to confirm the case has well and truly arrived.

First: Your fiance registers at Travel Docs. This website has been set up to help her book her interview. The bad news is this website has been designed and is operated by the same company that designed the Obama care website. It is difficult to navigate, and worse, it was designed primarily for travelers applying for tourist visas. so Fiance visas seem to added as an afterthought and the online instructions don’t reflect the specific needs of a fiance visa applicant.

After registering, your fiance prints out a machine readable deposit slip, this she takes with her to a local branch of the Bank of the Philippines Islands, in order to pay the consulates $240 visa application fee.

8 hours later, she can return online where the consulates scheduling calendar should now be visible. Here she books her interview.

The calendar is updated in real time. if someone cancels, an opening pops up instantly. The consulate releases available time slots a few weeks at a time a few months in advance. If you don’t see any available time slots, return to the calendar every few days until an appointment time is available.

If having trouble using the online scheduling, I recommend telephoning the consulate’s Visa Information and Appointment Service to have an human operator do the booking.

The consulate emails her confirmation of her interview appointment time and date.

She should print out a copy of this page. She will show it for entry to the consulate on the interview day, as well as entry to St. Lukes for her medical.

About two weeks prior to her interview, your fianc�e should go to St. Luke’s Medical Centre, it’s about a block away from the embassy for a medical. The process takes two days, the first for testing and prodding, such as blood and urine tests and chest x-rays.

The second day for review of test results and vaccinations.

St. Lukes now provides online registration. She can save herself a little bit of time effort on the day, by going online to fill in her personal contact and medical history details online, prior to arriving at the clinic.

When she attends St. Luke’s, she brings with her the appointment notice, three visa photos, her vaccination records, enough dollars or Pesos to pay the $223 US Dollar fee, her passport, plus a photocopy of its info page. St. Lukes retains her passport and later forwards it together with her medical results to the consulate.

Before attending the interview fiance needs go online to the State Department’s CEAC website and there complete and submit form DS-160. I have already completed this online. Your fiance reviews her information is accurate and then clicks submit. After submission, she prints out the confirmation page, and adds that to her set of documents to take to the interview.

To the interview she takes the appointment email, two visa photos, her birth certificate issued by the National Statistics Office Philippines called NSO, Certificate of No Marriage if she has never been married also issued by the NSO or if she’s previously married then proof of anulment or death of spouse, Police Clearance issued by the National Bureau of Investigation Philippines, NBI, and if she’s lived at any other country besides the Philippines for more that six months at a time after she was 16 years old, a police certificate from that country.

She also brings the confirmation page from the DS-160, and the bank receipt showing she paid the visa fee. along with documents you send her about your financial eligibility, such as your affidavit of support, recent tax return, a letter from your employer confirming your job and compensation, three to six recent pay stubs and if you were previously married, proof of termination of your past marriages.

Finally, she should carry evidence of the bonafides of your relationship such as photos, letters, emails, phone bills, instant messaging messages, money transfers, plane tickets, and visa stamps.

In the final preparation for the interview, you should talk to each other refreshing your memorys on the timeline of your courtship and general knowledge about each other. I have prepared a list of 120 common interview questions. These should be practiced until your fiance is fluent and can answer each in a relaxed and confident manner.

On the day of her interview, she should arrive early and arrive at gate number two.

This is the entrance that faces the Bay View Park Hotel. She’ll pass security to get inside the embassy compound and later there’ll be another checkpoint where she surrenders cellphones and any electronics. Once inside the building, she turns in some of her documents, then is given a number just like a ticket at a delicatessen. Eventually, her number is called and she goes to another clerk for a pre-interview. This is where they check to see if she’s brought in all of her required documents.

Eventually, when her number is called again, she goes to a cubicle where she speaks with a consular officer. The officer may ask about her background, your background, the relationship, and what your future plans are. This is the moment when the efforts we made “front loading” your petition pay off. During his review of the case file, the consular officer should see so much convincing evidence that your relationship is genuine, and that the visa should be approved, that there should not be much left to talk about. Our expectation now is for a quick wrap up and to hear “Welcome to the USA”.

She gets a pink slip, and takes this downstairs, to a counter where she writes her preferred delivery address, where the “2 Go” courier service will deliver her passport with new fiance visa attached.

Depending on where she lives, she gets the passport in 1 to two weeks.

Sometimes there are typos on the visa. It is best not to book flights, chapels, etc until after the passport is received and the visa is verified to have been typed correctly.

This is Fred Wahl the Visa Coach
I do the work, you get the gal (or guy)

Call me.

By Fred Wahl

US Embassy Manila Closing

Is US Embassy Manila (USEM) Closing?

Currently making the rounds are rumors that the US Embassy located in Manila is closing in July 2019. This rumor is absolutely false. The US Embassy has no intention of closing or moving or curtailing any of its services.


When embarking on the path to deal with US immigration to bring your fiancee or spouse to the USA there is a lot of information on the Internet. Sadly there is a lot of mis-information too. There are rumors, out of date material, and sometimes deliberate lies and pranks.

And that really is why, why it’s good idea to work with an experienced guide who knows the facts and can certainly separate rumor from reality.

I am Fred Wahl the VisaCoach and I help you get through a confusing and frustrating Immigration process so you can have a happy life together in the USA with your foreign partner.

In this video I’ll talk to about the background on what’s REALLY going on. And by the end of this video you will know who is effected and who is not.

About two months ago I announced in one of my videos that the USCIS international offices scattered around the world, were going to close. USCIS has been reducing its overseas presence for many years, currently or at least when the notice was made they still had about 20 offices with about 70 American personnel plus local staff. Their work was to support the US Embassy where they were located in helping process applications that came from Americans and their dependents who were living in area that the US embassy served.

This kind of service was called Direct Consular Filing. What DCF means is that Americans and their dependents, who are living in the overseas country that the consulate served, if they were applying for immigration benefits, could for applications such as spouse and dependent visas, submit their applications directly, in person to a local USCIS office or the consulate, and this avoided expensive mailing and speeded processing times.

For example, for an American ex-pat living in the Philippines. If he or she had been granted an alien card by the Philippines government, and then had had lived in the Philippines for at lease six months, then he or she could file directly to the USCIS office in Manila, for his or her spouse or child. The American could make an appoointment, come in, show proof of the Alien card and over 6 months of residence, and then drop off the application.

In only a few short months, the USCIS staff would complete their review of the application, then pass it over to the consular staff at the Embassy. The Embassy staff would conduct the final interview.

This was a real boon to those applicants, because most applications are submitted in the USA, and take about a year and a half to be processed, before arriving in Manila for the interview. Instead the application filed using DCF, would take only a few months to get to the interview.

Twenty years ago when I applied to bring Joyce to the USA on a spouse visa, all US embassies and consulates offered direct consular filing. I was living as an expat in Hong Kong with Joyce, and I was able to file directly to the Hong Kong embassy on Garden Road, and we got our spouse visa in about 5 months.

As time went by, one by one, the various consulates and embassies stopped offering DCF. Finally only 23 locations still offered it. These were locations that ALSO has a USCIS office. Now these USCIS offices are closing. And with their closing, Direct Consular Filing, DCF will no longer be available.

But for most, the closing of the USCIS offices makes absolutely NO DIFFERENCE. Only a very few applications were eligible for DCF, the VAST majority all followed the standard route.

And by the way, while this process was available for spouses and dependents, it was never available for Fiance visa applications. Always Fiance visa applications had to be submitted in the USA, regardless of whether the American sponsor lived inside or outside the USA.

So the closing of the last USCIS international offices, will frankly have little to no effect, simply now regardless of where the American sponsor lives, when he applies to US immigration, he will have to submit his application to USCIS offices in the USA. No longer can he submit the application or drop it off at a local USCIS international office.

So what caused the rumor that the US Embassy in Manila is closing in July?

Well, basically people are misreading the headlines.

The news announcements, the headlines in the Philippines press all say something like. “USCIS Closes Manila Office”

Somehow people miss read that statement and changed it to the “US Embassy in Manila is closing”.

USCIS is closing its small office presence, is certainly not the same that the US Embassy is closing.

USCIS had some office space located within the US Embassy compound. There a half a dozen American USCIS personel and local Filipino supporting staff conducted USCIS business working on DCF applications. Now these few Americans are returning to the USA and will conduct their work in the USA.

The Filipino staff will probably be reassigned to job opportunities at the US Embassy itself. And some office space within the Embassy will temporily become vacant.

The embassy itself will continue to operate, business as usual. Interviewing visa applicants and processing their cases, also business as usual.

The last local DCF application was accepted by the Manila USCIS office on May 4. Then they stopped excepting any further DCF applications. Today they are wrapping up the last cases they have in the pipeline, and packing to move back to the USA.

The vast majority of applicants never were eligible for DCF, so for them there is absolutely no change. For the few, well, now they will be treated just like the rest of us.

The few applicants who were previously eligible to apply locally in the Philippines now must send their applications all the way to the USA, and then wait for them to eventually return to Manila where the interview will be held at the US Embassy that is open today, will be open tomorrow, will continue to be open in July, and will remain open as long as the USA and Philippines have diplomatic relations.

By Fred Wahl
the VisaCoach

Bring Filipina Spouse to USA

2019 How to Bring your Filipina Spouse to the USA

I am intimately familiar with the Philippines. I have traveled all over the country from Laoag in the North to Zamboanga in the south. The first ever visa petition I prepared was for my Filipina fiancee. Since then I have prepared many hundreds of petitions for the consulate in Manila. And I am proud to say that each and every couple I helped got their visa.

Your Filipina Spouse needs permission from the US government to allow her to enter the USA. This is called a CR1 Spouse visa. Continue reading “Bring Filipina Spouse to USA”

Philippines, How to Bring Your fiance to USA

How To Bring your Filipina Fiancee to the USA?

I am intimately familiar with the Philippines. I have traveled all over the country from Laoag in the North to Zamboanga in the south. The first ever K1 fiance visa petition I prepared was for my Filipina fiancee. Since then I have prepared many hundreds of petitions for the consulate in Manila. And I am proud to say that each and every couple I helped got their visa. Continue reading “Philippines, How to Bring Your fiance to USA”

Tagalog Intro

Fiance Visa Philippines : For your Filipina Fiancee

Kumusta Ka. Salamat sa pagbisita.

I loved and married a Filipina. I know how wonderful, loyal, shy and patient you are. I understand how hard it is for you to directly suggest to your BF to take action to do what needs to be done.

And since I am an American Man, I also understand his situation. We hate reading and struggling through a stack of government forms and documents. Ask him in April when he is preparing his taxes. This is NOT something we look forward to.

Sometimes, even though we know better, and we WANT to move forward, we procrastinate, and delay.

Getting a Fiance or Spouse Visa to join your lover in the USA takes a LONG time. 4 – 6 months for Fiancee. 10 to 14 months for Spouse. Its just like shooting a rocket to Mars. You work, you prepare, you LAUNCH, then you wait. Besides dotting the “i’s” and crossing the “t’s”, the ONLY thing you can control is how soon you launch. In the case of immigration, its how soon you send in your complete Fiance or Spouse petition.

Simply said, “the SOONER you start, the SOONER you get here”. Delaying, just stretches out the time you are separated.

What should you do?

Copy and Email him my phone number 1-800-806-3210 ext 702
or this address 

In just a few minutes, I WILL set him straight. I’ll teach him what needs to be done, I’ll answer any questions he has. I’ll clear up and make simple what seems so confusing.

The sooner he calls, the sooner you start your happy life in the USA.


Bringing your Filipina From Philippines to Your Doorstep Has Never Been Easier.

” Everything was done professionally. When we were uncertain about things you knew exactly how to ease our minds. Having these forms in our hands prepared by you gave us a sense of confidence as we sent them off. Your timeline was 5-7 months…it was 6 months exactly ,right on the money. 

You know Fred ,it’s funny now…in the early days of our filing others would say..”oh ,you need an immigration attorney or you will be years bringing her over”… , since she got here so quickly they are asking me for your website and phone number ,lol. 

Thanks so much Fred ,i will be downloading your form and sending you a postal money order soon for AOS for Maribel and Thessa. 

Thanks. Brent 
Fiance from PhilippinesPhilippines



If you want your visa, FAST and SURE
you are at the right place.

I have recently (May 2014) had a case approved by USCIS in only NINE DAYS !!!!. USCIS barely had time to cash their check.

This means if hire Visa Coach,now, she will most likely join you, in the USA in about SIX months.

Ritchy and I are patiently waiting for her interview appointment in Manila. Thank you so much for all your help so far….the petition you prepared for us is excellent. While I felt confident I could have? done this on my own, I realized that just one tiny error would set us back for months!!! We are happy we found you…..

Bill + Ritchy
Fiance from Philippines Philippines

Fiance Visa Philippines Help
(this video is specially made for Tagalog Speaking Filipina fiancee or spouse, on how I personally guide you through this complicated immigration process)


Click here to view the English Version of the above Video
Not only do I know the Philippines, and am an expert with over 35 years experience, but I ALSO know how to help make your Interview at the US Embassy in Manila easier for you. When I work with my couples, I ALWAYS help them to “FRONT-LOAD” their fiancee or spousal visa petition. This helps to answer the questions the consular officer normally asks, and once answered, he won’t have much left to ask YOU. Watch my video below that explains how I can take the pressure off of you.

You only have ONE chance to make a First Impression.

Most Consulate Visa interviews last a grueling 15 to 30 minutes

most of MY Fiance Visa Petition clients 
pass the interview in ONLY 5 minutes


This is because we provide the information we want the consular officer to see, ‘up front’ as part of the petition submitted originally to USCIS. The consular officer will typically review the package prior to the interview. When he reads the extensive and persuasive evidence that we have logically laid out for him, he should be convinced of the ‘bone fides’ of the relationship before the interview even starts.

This makes asking any remaining questions more a formality than a fact finding, interrogation, and leaves very little for the consular officer to say besides ‘Welcome to America’.

It certainly requires extra work and effort, to produce a 100 to 150 page petition, versus a few dozen pages that most un-motivated preparers are willing to submit, but the benefit is PRICELESS as it results in of taking the pressure off of the fiancee to :”PERFORM” at the interview, thus improves chance of SUCCESS.

Get Visa to Join your Lover: Sooner…I’ve Been Helping International Couples Unite for Over 35 Years!

You want to come to the US as quickly as possible, without anxiety, and for a reasonable cost, right? Then we’re on the same page.

I am a fiance visa specialist with over 35 years experience in international matchmaking.

My sole focus is helping couples navigate the complicated US fiancee visa requirements with ease so they can obtain their K1 fiancee or CR1 Marriage Visa and be united permanently.

This isn’t just a business for me.

I petitioned successfully for MY wife, (AND my Fiancee) too.


I genuinely care, and I work with you one-on-one throughout the entire process until you succeed. My edge is that I offer unique support that comes from 35 years of experience helping many hundreds of real couples like you. Their stories and their experiences are the foundation of “what really works” in addition to following the fiance + spousal visa procedures.

Philippines Fiance Visa


Maraming taon nang tumutulong si Fred Wahl sa mga magkarelasyon upang makakuha ng kanilang Visa ,  at pwede ka rin nyang tulungan! Naiintindihan ni Fred na isang mahirap at minsan ay nakakatakot na proseso ang pagkuha ng Visa, kaya sinisigurado nya na sya mismo ang gagabay sa kanyang mga kliyente sa buong prosesong ito.

Siya ay parehong bonded Immigration Consultant, at isang tanyag na matchmaker. Bilang isang matchmaker, ang kanyang misyon ay tulungan ang mga magkarelasyon upang maikasal at magkaroon ng isang masayang buhay.  Bilang isang Immigration Consultant, ang kanyang misyon ay tulungan ang mga magkarelasyon na magkita sa USA sa pinakamabilis at pinakakomportableng paraan hangga’t maaari.

Palagi siyang nagtu-tuon ng personal na pansin at nagbibigay ng suporta upang tiyakin na ikaw ay komportable sa buong proseso. Siya ay pamilyar sa lahat ng mga kinakailangang gawin sa Immigration hanggang sa huling detalye.  Sisiguraduhin nya na walang mga natatagong sorpresa na hindi kanais-nais. Siya’y may mahabang karanasan pagdating sa ganitong aspeto at kapag ginawa ng tama ang paghahanda sa simula pa lamang, ang buong karanasan ay magiging madali.

Hindi kagaya ng ibang kasangguni, si Fred ay tunay na nagmamalasakit sa kanyang mga kliyente, at talagang nais nya na kayo ay magtagumpay. Makikipag-usap siya sa inyo ng malinaw at pwede kayong makipagugnayan direkta  sa kanya, Lunes hanggang Biyernes sa pamamagitan ng telepono at email. At siya ang personal na sasagot sa inyo, kaagad!

Ang Paghahanda ng isang matagumpay na petisyon para sa Visa ay kagaya ng isang sining at isang agham.  Agham ang pagsagot sa mga form ng tama, at paglagay ng lahat ng mga opisyal na dokumento sa tamang paraan.  Ang sining ay sa pagpapakita ng karapatang katibayan upang makumbinsi ang isang taong hindi ka kilala na kayo ay totoong magkasintahan. Magaling si Fred sa pagsasabi ng inyong kwento, at titiyakin nya na kayo ay lalabas na kapani-paniwala.

Ang paghahanda ng isang petisyon para sa Visa ay maaaring maging kumplikado, at ang lahat ng mga forms at mga papeles ay dapat isampa sa Estados Unidos. Bagaman tila mas madaling magbayad ng isang tao na nagsasalita ng iyong sariling wika, hindi ka nila matutulungan sa pinaka-mahalagang bahagi, ito ay ang tamang pagkumpleto ng “petition package”, na kailangang ihanda ni Fred at ng iyong kasintahan, at pagkatapos ay isusumite sa US. .

Patuloy kayong tutulungan ni Fred sa sandaling dumating ka sa US, at sisiguraduhin niyang magiging madali ang iyong paglipat sa iyong bagong bahay, at maaari ka rin niyang tulungan upang ikaw ay makapag-aplay para sa “permanent residency”. Ito din ay isang bagay na kung saan ang isang lokal na tao sa iyong bansa ay hindi ka matutulungan.

Pinagmamalaki ni Fred Wahl ang kanyang pagiging isang tunay na propesyonal. Hindi nya lamang titiyakin na lahat ng iyong papeles ay tama, pero titiyakin nya rin na kumportable ka sa proseso at alam mo kung ano ang aasahan at sasabihin. Ang mga petisyon na ginawa ni Fred ay karaniwang mas mabilis na naaaprubahan. 

Para sa bawat hakbang, maaari kang mag-log in sa iyong sariling pribadong account sa web kung saan magbibigay si Fred ng malinaw na direksyon tungkol sa kung ano ang susunod na gagawin. At pagdating ng iyong interbyu sa embahada, siya ay maghahanda sa kung ano ang iyong sasabihin, kung ano ang dadalhin, at magbibigay sya ng isang daan at dalawampung mahirap na mga katanungan para sayo at sa iyong kasintahan upang kayo ay makapagensayo at ikaw ay handa na kapag sila’y magtanong.

Nais ni Fred Wahl na ikaw ay mamuhay ng masaya habang buhay. At ang isang matagumpay na petisyon para sa Visa ayang iyong huling hadlang. Hayaang si Fred ang iyong maging kaibigan at gabay sa prosesong ito upang tiyakin na ito ay magawa ng tama. Maaari mong talakayin ang mga detalye kay Fred sa telepono o sa personal, kaya huwag ng mag-atubiling makipag-ugnayan sa kanya anumang oras.  

Para sa mga ganito kaimportanteng bagay, tiyakin na mayroon kang isang tao na maaari mong mapagkakatiwalaan. Bisitahin ang upang makakuha ng proseso at makapagsimula kaagad.


Let me do ALL the work for you.

I guide my clients through the whole process, starting with strategy to help you ANTICIPATE what the consulate you are dealing with wants, helping you to plan trips, and collect evidences, from a personalized, detailed “kitchen sink” document and photo check list, to preparing an AWESOME petition that because it is complete, and thorough, and well organized, and tells your story in the most believable way, paves the way for your Fiancee to have a sucessful AND pleasant interview. Not only do I prepare the intitial petition, but I ALSO stay with you all the way through the time we wait for USCIS to approve, providing guidance on police certificates, vaccinations and interview questions, then in the final run-up to the interview, show you how to schedule the earliest appointment and lastly I upload to your private page, completed forms for your Fiance(e) to sign to take to the interview at the US embassy in Manila, detailed instructions on obtaining chest x-ray and blood tests at St. Lukes Medical Center, Manila , paying the visa fees at Banco de Oro , obtaining Police Certificates from NBI Philippines, obtaining the “CENOMAR”, details on exactly what needs to be done, what you and your Fiance(e) should do to prepare for the interview, a list of 120 most likely interview questions for you to practice, a completed affidavit of support for your signature.

By Fred Wahl
The Visa Coach