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Pakistani living in Spain

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Hi everyone,

I have a couple of questions and am hoping I can find some answers here! 

My husband is from Pakistan (with a Pakistani passport)  but he has lived and work in Spain for the past 8 years. Since he is a resident of Spain (with work/living permit), we will be going through the US embassy in Madrid for his interview. I was looking to see if anyone is/or has gone through this experience who can share what to expect.

I am the USC and we are still in the early stages waiting for the NOA2 for the I-130 application.

Any help will be appreciated!!! Thanks!

 

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You can do a couple of things:

 

  1. Look at IR-CR1 timeline report and filter Spain - then reach out to other who have/are going through process or look at http://www.visajourney.com/consulates/index.php?ctry=Spain&cty=Madrid visa approvals
  2. http://www.visajourney.com/reviews/index.php?cnty=Spain  - review posts and make comments etc. 
  3. Continue to post as you did in current forum.

 

This type of thread is usually the best: 

 

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Hi Patient!

Thanks for the response! Yeah, I've gone over several different threads about the embassy in Madrid and also  different topics. The biggest thing I am wondering about is about my husband not being a citizen of Spain but living there. It looks like to me that the Madrid Embassy is quite friendly and personable so I was looking for anyone who has gone through the interview being from a different country.

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8 minutes ago, tiyyo said:

Hi Patient!

Thanks for the response! Yeah, I've gone over several different threads about the embassy in Madrid and also  different topics. The biggest thing I am wondering about is about my husband not being a citizen of Spain but living there. It looks like to me that the Madrid Embassy is quite friendly and personable so I was looking for anyone who has gone through the interview being from a different country.

You have no issues, there are thousands of expats who have done this, including me. It is just a mind blowing process as I have zero patience ,,,, hence the nickname choice as I am sitting on my hands.

 

It is all about the forms, correctly ticking the boxes and spending the correct new fees as requested. ..... hence the posts in 1-130 August :

 

 

I do envy you with tapas, rioja and sunshine whilst you wait  ....... :-)

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Hi everyone~

Still hoping to find someone who is in the same predicament as we are! A nationality who is living and working in a different country! I am hoping to get an approval in the next couple of months so we can move on to NVC! It seems like to me, a lot of couples who has gone through the Madrid embassy has been on the K1 visa. Looking for some CR1 visas who has gone through for some guidance and suggestions! Thank you and speedy movement through  your visa journey!

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