FordMurray senior counsel Aga Asbury was featured by the New York Post in an October article on the popular TLC’s reality TV show “90 Day Fiancé.” The article showcases one of this season’s new couples, with legal commentary from Aga.
Writer Melissa Malamut chose to interview Aga after reading FordMurray’s blog post – Applying for a K-1 Visa? 3 Things to Learn from TLC’s 90 Day Fiancé. Aga said she was happy to help provide information, both as an immigration attorney and a fan of the show.
“’90 Day Fiancé’ gives a window into the process of sponsoring a fiancé or spouse for a green card, but it is never as dramatic as it is on the show,” Aga said.
While the New York Post states the cost of pursuing a K-1 visa is $3,500, the flat fee for most cases is closer to $2,500 for FordMurray clients. Additionally, many couples choose to get married first and apply directly for the spousal sponsorship through the U.S. Embassy.
For more information about sponsoring a spouse or fiancé for permanent residence status in the United States, contact Aga Asbury for a consultation.