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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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how long does an IR visa to get approved... were almost two years married so i want to apply for it..

we are still gathering some requirements... my husband is in iraq...

we need information and suggestions!!!

thanks...

Typical processing might be 10-12 mos. but there are many variables....

You will apply for the visa but your husband must first submit a petition on your behalf....


YMMV

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how long does an IR visa to get approved... were almost two years married so i want to apply for it..

we are still gathering some requirements... my husband is in iraq...

we need information and suggestions!!!

thanks...

Typical processing might be 10-12 mos. but there are many variables....

You will apply for the visa but your husband must first submit a petition on your behalf....

thanks for your reply.. yeah i know he is gona file the petition... :yes:

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: China
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Be sure to mention he is deployed in the US armed forces.

I believe this IS one of the reason they will expedite a petition/application.

I remember one soldier was about to be deployed, and I think from petition to approval was a few months.

I don't know if he is already deployed it will still work, but maybe.

Special care is taken for our soldiers, and by the way ..

Thank you husband for all of us still in America.

We appreciate his hard work to take care of us.

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Be sure to mention he is deployed in the US armed forces.

I believe this IS one of the reason they will expedite a petition/application.

I remember one soldier was about to be deployed, and I think from petition to approval was a few months.

I don't know if he is already deployed it will still work, but maybe.

Special care is taken for our soldiers, and by the way ..

Thank you husband for all of us still in America.

We appreciate his hard work to take care of us.

]well thank you!!! his CO will provide a letter about it expediting the process and everything i hope it will really work for us!! :) he is our HERO!

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Turkey
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Your husband will have to submit a copy of his ID and the Orders along with the memo from his unit to the service center


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14 Feb08 Case number assigned

5JUN 08 Got visa

FLYS IN TO CHICAGO POE ON THE 15TH!!!

December 08 move to GERMANY

May2009 Start Case for Naturalization

14 SEPTEMBER 2009 Visa Journey is over!! Husband a US Citizen!!

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