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A petition has to be signed by the US Citizen and filed with the form 1-129 F along with the correct evidence and supporting documentation on his/her behalf.
If your Fiance has any unmarried children below the age of 21, K 2 non immigrant visa is available for them. Ensure to register the names of your Fiance children in the 1-129 F petition form. After the Fiance gets married to the US citizen, the children have a chance to apply for their green cards.
If your fiancĂ© intends to work in the US after receiving the fiancĂ© Visa, he/she has to wait until after you are married and apply for permanent residency. They can also apply for a work permit and even get such a permit simultaneously with the fiancĂ© Visa. However, if your fiancĂ© does not intend to remain in the country, he must leave the country at the end of the 90-day period as stipulated by the fiancĂ© Visa.