About Us

Chinese Marriage USA.com is a blog website aimed at U.S. citizens interested in learning about Chinese Marriage and Fiance Visas.

Fresh content is added regularly to keep up with the continuous changes in U.S. immigration requirements and supporting documents needed from China. It is produced by Randy Marsh, his wife Xiaoying Xiang, and featured immigration attorneys.

Randy and Xiaoying have established many friendships by helping 100’s of successful couples. They are the creators of the social network China Marriage 101 Community (dot) com. By documenting every action, every step, their information eliminates months of waiting time. They teach this freely with their series, Accelerating the Visa Timeline, available to all new subscribers.

About Randy and Xiaoying

Randy MarshRandy Marsh is a writer who provides information on Chinese marriage and fiance visas based on case studies and the first-hand experience of U.S. petitioners. Many of his articles have been published and featured by immigration news groups and websites around the world.

As an expert in regards to Chinese legal documents, evidence, and the paperwork necessary, Randy teaches petitioners what to bring back from China to move forward without delays. Accelerating the Visa Timeline starts with knowledge of Chinese government offices, where to go, what to do, and obtain what will be needed for U.S. immigration forms and applications.

Xiaoying has also developed a passion for helping others. She enjoys the friendships with the many Chinese loved ones who are in the process of immigrating to the United States. Each day she emails and chats with them (in Chinese).

Xiaoying is a excellent source of support and encouragement. She understand the spouse/fiancee concerns and can answer questions about forms and evidence that needs to be collected, assembled, and presented at the U.S. Consulate in China.

Immigration Attorney John Buda

John BudaAs President of Buda Law Group, John has a passion for helping U.S. Chinese couples. His own wife is from Beijing, China and they have 3 lovely children. He also has extended family in China that have permanent residency status in the U.S., and spend time in both countries.

John offers his legal perspective in the difficult, often confusing area of U.S. Immigration Law. With the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou, China having a reputation of being the strictest at allowing spouses and fiancees access to the United States, John offers this blog a breath of fresh air.

John specializes in Chinese marriage and fiance visas. His knowledge in Chinese legal documents, Chinese language support, and preparation for interviews cut through months of waiting.  As for the U.S. Consulate in Guangzhou, the Buda Law Group has never had a case rejected at any level.

John is licensed to practice law and is a member in good standing of the American Immigration Lawyers Association.