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Hi all

I got my usa immigration visa and will go to usa soon. Plz help regarding the following issue.

If my wife is staying outside USA during the moment when I make my first entry to usa. what is he probability that immigration authorities will deny me entryto USA ?

In other words is it a must requirement that the beneficiary applicant can make an entry when the principal applicant is within USA at that moment?

PLZ HELP ME REGARDING THE ABOVE ISSUE. THANKS

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Excellent question, wasn't this addressed during the I864?

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Just to give my experience. I got my GC through my mother (F2B). When I entered the US the first time she was not in the US. She was in my home country on a reentry permit. Even when I passed the visa interview she was in my home country on a reentry permit. No one asked me anything about where she is now. Just my experience, may be I was lucky maybe things changed now. (I first entered the US end of 2013)

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Thanks all for the quick and useful information.

My brothers have also got first entry when my father was not in usa. Same as you mentioned about your mother. But as you know the relationship matters alot. Spouse relationship is a bit more sensitive compare to blood relationship. Thats why I was a bit more cautious. Anyway thanks a lot for providing info abt your experience.

May be someone else may be able to provide more information about this issue based on spouse relationship.

Thanks all for the quick and useful information.

My brothers have also got first entry when my father was not in usa. Same as you mentioned about your mother. But as you know the relationship matters alot. Spouse relationship is a bit more sensitive compare to blood relationship. Thats why I was a bit more cautious. Anyway thanks a lot for providing info abt your experience.

May be someone else may be able to provide more information about this issue based on spouse relationship.

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Your spouse has to be either in the US already or entering the US at the same time as you. And yes, they do ask about that at POE.


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