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Please see if you can answer this, my husband is in France, he has a residency card for France and it will expire in November. If he stays there after its expired, could the embassy refuse his visa to U.S. for a K3 Visa??? He is will try to renew it in November to stay in France but if he does not, he has to return to Algeria, and I dont want that to happen. I know we are dealing with U.S. embassy, but could it effect us ??Any ideas???

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here is a link that someone else had on here talking about the same issue

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=138740

good luck

Thank you vtbnrt, I did see that yesterday, still not sure if he stayed if it would effect K3.


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here is a link that someone else had on here talking about the same issue

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=138740

good luck

Thank you vtbnrt, I did see that yesterday, still not sure if he stayed if it would effect K3.

I can't really speak for the K3 - we did an IR1. Will he be interviewing in France - I assume so.

I don't know about all consulates, but for Canada my Husband had to send a copy of his Canadian Permanent Residency card to the National Visa Center to prove he was in Canada legally and had status there that would allow him to be available for the interview.

canadian_residence_immigration_mont.jpg

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here is a link that someone else had on here talking about the same issue

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.php?showtopic=138740

good luck

Thank you vtbnrt, I did see that yesterday, still not sure if he stayed if it would effect K3.

I can't really speak for the K3 - we did an IR1. Will he be interviewing in France - I assume so.

I don't know about all consulates, but for Canada my Husband had to send a copy of his Canadian Permanent Residency card to the National Visa Center to prove he was in Canada legally and had status there that would allow him to be available for the interview.

canadian_residence_immigration_mont.jpg

Yeah, I thought about that, of him showing his residency card. I believe it is best he returns to Algeria, it will all work out, then I will not have to worry about things going wrong if he stays there. I just worry about him being there, it will all work out.

Thank you again for your help. I will be able to see him for 2 weeks before he returns home.

Paris Heart


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