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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ethiopia
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Yes, your SO must wait. Your SO MUST have either a greencard or AP document to re-enter the US. If you leave without one of these two, you will be starting over and apply for a spousal visa (K1 or CR-1/IR-1). Simiply having filled for AOS does not allow your SO to re-enter the US.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Uganda
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If you filed for AP with AOS, is there a chance you will get an AP document before temp. green card. I heard that getting a green card can be a very long process. We are hoping to travel with our family at Christmas, so I am hoping we will get AP before than.

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Ghana
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How long after you are married and have filed for adjustment of status does your SO have to wait in order to travel out of the country? I am confused by all that I have read regarding this.

Enter - AOS after marriage - in the search engine above and check out the first link. It has a lot of information on the AOS process after getting married.

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