Fiancee Visas are temporary visas, but one that can be readily converted to a permanent marriage visa after marriage in the U.S. Your fiancee obtains conditional permanent residence status from fiancee visas status by filing an I-485 petition with the U.S. government. In a few months, depending on the backlog of I-485 applications, you and your fiancee are called into the local USCIS office for an interview, and a two year "conditional" permanent residence card is issued shortly thereafter.
The best visas for U.S. citizens considering marriage to foreign brides are Fiancee Visas. K1 Fiancee Visas allow you to invite your fiancee to the U.S. for a period of 90 days, during which time your fiancee must either marry you or return to her home country.
The requirements for fiancee visas are simple. You, the sponsor, must be a US citizen. Permanent residents of the US are not allowed to sponsor fiancee visas. Both you and your fiancee must be free to marry. This means that if either of you has been married previously, you must be either divorced, widowed or the marriage must have been annulled. You must have met your fiancee in person within the previous two years. Since she almost certainly cannot obtain a visitor's visa to visit the US, this means that you must go to her country to meet her. She must also be free of all infectious diseases.
K1-Marriage-Visas.com attorneys charge only $1,300 for Fiancee Visas. If you do your research you will see that this is the lowest rate in the business. K1-Marriage-Visas.com directs a large volume of Fiancee Visas business to these attorneys and has the leverage to guarantee performance. Before travelling to meet your lady overseas it is highly advisable to take with you the Fiancee Visas Do-it-Yourself application Kit ($49.95) in order to better assist you with Fiancee Visa preparations in her country.