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Getting a B2 while 130 processes

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5 minutes ago, KierenHby said:

Not easy

B2= requires nonimmigrant intent

i130= established immigrant intent

but we do have clear intentions, and don't want to jeopardize immigration status or progress at all, just thought maybe my wife could visit me over the summer while she is on a summer break from university. 

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13 minutes ago, KierenHby said:

perhaps you could visit her in uzbekistan?

I can and I will for short time, but it is hard with work, to take leave of absence for long time. I am sure a lot of people on the same boat though

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On 1/18/2017 at 8:18 PM, Michael and Ganna said:

It would have been more likely to have filed B-2 then I-130....Good luck

Looks like you entered US while having a pending I-130. Did you already have a visa before I-130?

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