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@NLR. I just emailed last week for expedite my case as my wife is pregnant her due date on this week, i also attatched all medical report with the email. got a reply of receiving email. Any idea how long it could be for approval or denial? I know I won't be accepted for expedite because my luck not going in my way as I'm waiting for my cc after filling ds260 for 65 days.called nvc many time all they says its on review department will be reviewed soon.IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRY FOR VISIT VISA TO SEE MY BABY UNTIL THEY COMPLETE MY PROCESSING? I will so glad if someone help me on that.

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@NLR. I just emailed last week for expedite my case as my wife is pregnant her due date on this week, i also attatched all medical report with the email. got a reply of receiving email. Any idea how long it could be for approval or denial? I know I won't be accepted for expedite because my luck not going in my way as I'm waiting for my cc after filling ds260 for 65 days.called nvc many time all they says its on review department will be reviewed soon.IS IT POSSIBLE TO TRY FOR VISIT VISA TO SEE MY BABY UNTIL THEY COMPLETE MY PROCESSING? I will so glad if someone help me on that.

it has nothing to due with luck as they do not grant expedites because your wife is pregnant, otherwise everyone's wife would get pregnant . You are certainly allowed to visit if you can obtain a visitors visa and return when you are told to do so, but with the fact of a spouse and soon to be baby that will be U.S. citizens the chances are even that much smaller . Never hurts to try, good luck .

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visit visa?

well, you have to

1. prove up ties to Bangladesh and

2. show strong enough ties to Bangladesh , showing a clear intent and a reason to return

as you have to overcome (by USA law) proof of immigrant intent during a tourist visa interview.

Since you've already shown proof of immigrant intent, with an active spousal visa in the pipe, how in the world would you be able to prove up those ties and how in the world would you be able to negate the immigrant intent? I dunno, perhaps these are rhetorical questions from me, but these things are clearly listed in most USEmbassy NIV 'FAQs' web pages.


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