China Marriage and Fiance Visa Service
With No Language Barriers
Specializing in China Marriage and Fiance Visas
China Marriage and Fiance Visas require specific procedures with USCIS, the National Visa Center (NVC), and the U.S. Consulate in China. Each agency will have its own processing time.
Waiting on government processing is unavoidable. However, time gets more lengthy when the Chinese beneficiary doesn't know what to do, and a language barrier exists.
At Buda Law Group, we work with you, and you're Chinese loved one. We contact your spouse - fiance in China on day one.
As the U.S. petitioner, you will never need to answer questions for your Chinese beneficiary or explain legal documents. In China, documents do not exist; they must be ordered and translated by the authority having jurisdiction over residency.
With unlimited Chinese language support, we assist with everything, including obtaining information and supporting documents, NVC processing, the Department of State visa application, document pick-up registration and interview scheduling, medical exam assistance, and interview prep.
We do the things other visa services can't.
Building Relationships With Our Clients
First, attorney John Buda will speak to you. Since each case is different, he will answer your questions as he builds a case plan. Attorney Buda will contact you when needed and is available to you anytime.
Each Couple Has a Support Team
Buda Law Group's support team Randy and Xiaoying Marsh, has helped U.S./Chinese couples since 2008. Randy acts as an open line of communications between the petitioner, attorney Buda, and all of our paralegal team. Randy will start by sending you an online questionnaire and collect everything necessary for your petition. Randy manages your file and reports to attorney Buda daily. He's available to you 24/7.
Xiaoying Marsh provides Chinese language support and collects everything necessary from your loved one in China. She connects on WeChat from start to finish. Xiaoying puts visa applicants at ease by being a companion and someone they can contact anytime. Xiaoying shines best at consulate processing and preparing your spouse or fiance for the visa interview.
The language barrier prevented me...
from being able to fully explain how things work, what to expect, which documents to gather, and which information to be sure to know during the interview. The peace of mind and confidence Xiaoying gave to my fiancee is priceless. Zhe went into the visa interview, fully confident that she was ready. I could not be more pleased! Choosing Buda Law Group paid off for me, and I highly recommend them if you want the job done right.
Rodney Case & Zhe // North Carolina
John Buda, Randy, and Xiaoying are amazing!
Louyi and I would have been lost without them! They were there any hour of the day. Having Xiaoying for Chinese support took all of the worries away. Louyi was informed and clear on everything needed. There were multiple required procedures before the interview. Xiaoying was on WeChat with her every step of the way. Thank you, John, Randy, and Xiaoying!
Chris Pelletier & Louyi // Connecticut
John and his whole staff are excellent...
With couples support, Randy and Xiaoying Marsh are patient, kind, and helped with all things along the way. My Zhen talked with Xiaoying often to help guide her in China, and Randy was always there for me. The Buda Law Group is top of the line! Thank you all for giving Zhen and me our lives together.
Randy Evans & Zhen // Ohio
The Buda Law Group made things much less stressful...
going through the time to get a visa. With the diversity of the group, both parties were able to speak in English and Chinese and break down the language barriers to accomplish tasks. A big thank you to all the helpful people at the Buda Law Group, and we would highly recommend them to anyone going through the visa process.
Dan Mudrovich & Yan // California
Building a China Marriage or Fiance Visa Case
To get rolling, Xiaoying makes contact with your visa applicant in China. She explains what we do, how the process works, where to get acceptable legal documents, and how to get in touch on WeChat. She helps with answering questions for USCIS forms, and the visa application for consulate processing. We get everything upfront giving us a clear picture moving forward.
Information and Document Collection
We use online questionnaires written in Chinese so that visa applicants can submit answers to us quickly. We professionally translate the answers to English. We collect and review Chinese supporting documents to ensure their acceptance by USCIS. From there, everything gets organized in your secure file.
Easy and Worry-Free for the U.S. Petitioner
Working with both the petitioner and beneficiary at the same time speeds things up. Information collect from the visa applicant in China lifts a heavy burden off the petitioner. And for the Chinese beneficiary, having someone that can speak Chinese melts away fear.
As the petitioner, we collect your answers, documents, and everything else needed to support your petition. We make collecting information from you just as easy.
Our past clients have praise Randy for his organization and quick responses. He does his best to answer clients within an hour or less. He brings attorney Buda into the conversations when legal advice is needed and the couples file is complete. He can tap his wife Xiaoying on the shoulder when something from China is required.
Simply said, we do the things others can't.
One of the first lawyers that I contacted...
wanted $90.00 for twenty minutes of conversation. Another lawyer asked for two installments of $2200.00 to file the petition. Then I found China Marriage 101. First, I noticed a more reasonable price with three payments. What impressed me more than the price was Xiaoying. My Chinese wife, Enxiang, does not speak English, and I do not speak Chinese. I knew that I would find comfort knowing that Xiaoying could communicate with her. Please take my advice that you need not look any further for the help and guidance that you need.
Andy Watt & Enxiang // New York
After bouncing through pages of lawyers and visa services...
promising to be able to stream through the process for anyone anywhere, none of them had what Buda Law Group had. An abundance of experience! They provided us exceptional service. They are friendly and answered all our questions. With Xiaoying able to bridge the language barrier, there is not a better service anywhere else!
Walter Clark & Mandy // New Jersey
I met a beautiful Chinese girl, and marriage was the next step...
I looked online and did a lot of searching, the paperwork, the cost, and who to ask for help. The Buda Law team made it all easy and was always just a chat or email away. Jan was able to keep in contact with Xiaoying on a 24 hr 7 days a week basis. Right now, Jan and I are sitting back in Arizona drinking ice tea, watching the red sky as the sun is slowly setting behind the mountains. A big thank you to Buda Law Group for making a dream come true.
Albert Wolfe & Jan // Arizona
All Marriage and Fiance Visa Interviews are Conducted in Guangzhou
The U.S. consulate in China does not allow the petitioner to attend the visa interview. If you go, you can wait in the lobby. Only visa applicants are allowed into the secured area. At the visa interview, Chinese beneficiaries must bring the original Chinese documents submitted to USCIS and the NVC. Also, the Affidavit of Support and financial records, including evidence of an ongoing relationship with the U.S. petitioner. Visa applicants must prepare to answer questions about the petitioner and the timeline of the relationship.
With a successful interview, the consulate will keep the applicant's passport and send it to the document pick-up location with the visa in 7 to 10 days.
Hi Randy! We passed the interview...
Well, Xiaoli did with coaching from Xiaoying. Thank you again for all your attentive organization and lead. Making it through is one thing, but making it through it with a pleasant experience is another. And that's what you did for us. You made it an enjoyable experience.
Eddie Moy & Xiaoli // California
Lin just received her passport back today...
along with her fiance visa. With Buda Law Group by our side, it was, fortunately, a breeze. They are professional in that they know what they are doing. They are also personal in that they are always there to support us and willing to help. Thank you, John, Randy, and Xiaoying!
Yuan Tiauriman & Lin // California
Guangzhou Accommodations For Visa Interviews
Years ago, we were introduced to hotel owners Mr. and Mrs. Yang. They own a hotel within walking distance of the U.S. consulate. And for many years we have recommended their accommodations. We get no financial benefit for the recommendation, but they welcome and provide a service beneficial to our clients.
For over 25 years, they've catered to visa applicants. They provide transportation to and from the medical exam before the interview. They help take away worries by explaining what to expect at the meeting and a final check of supporting materials. In an emergency, we can email or fax to Mr. Yang. This service is at no extra cost. His pricing is compatible with other hotels in the area.
The hotel owners proved to be quite helpful...
I highly recommend John, Randy, and Xiaoying at the Buda Law Group. They assisted my Chinese wife and me through the CR-1 visa process. They had also recommended a hotel near the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou, whose owner proved to be quite helpful as well. I felt like I had hired a team of four specialists.
Jeff Apel & Liya // Washington
A Complete Marriage and Fiance Visa Service
We offer couples a complete legal service. Buda Law Group has no paid advertising. Our legal fee is affordable, including a payment plan with three installments.
We welcome your questions. You'll find a contact form at the bottom of our Attorney Service Page or Contact Page. Randy will get your message and can answer questions about our service or get you connected with attorney Buda.
China Marriage and Fiance Visa Resources
In English and Chinese
Get Answers for:
- USCIS Forms
- Department of State Visa Applications
- Supporting Documents
USCIS forms and Visa Application all-in-one questionnaire.
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