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Hello! I want to move to Pakistan. I do not see any other alternative formy situation. Question is how do I go about moving there legally? What is the best way to go about it? From my understanding the visas I have applied for in the past are only 30 days max. Is there a way to get longer visas or an indefinite visa for Pakistan? I have been asking my husband to look into it for me but he is clueless as to how to go about doing this. Anyone want to offer their expertise? Thanks in advance!

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Hello! I want to move to Pakistan. I do not see any other alternative formy situation. Question is how do I go about moving there legally? What is the best way to go about it? From my understanding the visas I have applied for in the past are only 30 days max. Is there a way to get longer visas or an indefinite visa for Pakistan? I have been asking my husband to look into it for me but he is clueless as to how to go about doing this. Anyone want to offer their expertise? Thanks in advance!

im not really sure but i think ur husband can sponsor u much like u have to sponsor him here

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Hello! I want to move to Pakistan. I do not see any other alternative formy situation. Question is how do I go about moving there legally? What is the best way to go about it? From my understanding the visas I have applied for in the past are only 30 days max. Is there a way to get longer visas or an indefinite visa for Pakistan? I have been asking my husband to look into it for me but he is clueless as to how to go about doing this. Anyone want to offer their expertise? Thanks in advance!

im not really sure but i think ur husband can sponsor u much like u have to sponsor him here

Oh, thank you that is good. I will tell him tomorrow to start working on it then!

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You need to research a residency visa for Pakistan.

You may want to contact the Pakistan Embassy: http://www.embassyofpakistanusa.org/consa6.php

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I know that the spouse of an Indian citizen can get a PIO (Person of Indian Origin) card which allows the USC to live in India as long as one wants (renewed every five years) without a visa. Maybe Pakistan has something similar?


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I know that the spouse of an Indian citizen can get a PIO (Person of Indian Origin) card which allows the USC to live in India as long as one wants (renewed every five years) without a visa. Maybe Pakistan has something similar?

Oh, ok that is good I will look into it. Thank you.

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Just remember that if you give up your residence in the us, you will have to cancel your application for his visa to come here. If you still want to come to the us to live, you would have to come back here and establish a residence again, then start the process over again. I was considering going to live with my fiance while we wait, but I can't afford to keep a residence here while I am gone. This is what the DOS told me...

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I know that the spouse of an Indian citizen can get a PIO (Person of Indian Origin) card which allows the USC to live in India as long as one wants (renewed every five years) without a visa. Maybe Pakistan has something similar?

Oh, ok that is good I will look into it. Thank you.

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