USCIS Processing Time Information for K-1 Fiance Visas – (as of July 31, 2017)

California Service Center:

I-129FPetition for Alien Fiance(e)K-1/K-2 – Not yet married – fiance and/or dependent childMarch 1, 2017

Texas Service Center:

I-129FPetition for Alien Fiance(e)K-1/K-2 – Not yet married – fiance and/or dependent childMarch 1, 2017

Vermont Service Center:

I-129FPetition for Alien Fiance(e)K-1/K-2 – Not yet married – fiance and/or dependent childFebruary 27, 2017

 

USCIS updated their published processing times on July 31st, 2017.

The chart will show most of the types of forms processed at the field office or service center.

If the field office or service center is meeting its goal for processing a form, you will find the timeframe listed in months.

For example, if the office is processing I-129F applications in five months or less, then the chart will say “5 months.”

However, if the office is experiencing a processing delay, you will find the filing date of the last case that the office completed before updating the chart.