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Filed I-130 do I need the K3

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I'm an American. I've already filed the I130 for my spouse. We have a daughter and we recently sent our daughter to the US to live with my parents (for financial reasons). Our 130 was just approved Dec2010 and its already at the NVC. I want to get my wife to the US ASAP. So my questions are...

1. Can I still file for the K3? And if it is denied will I be charged for trying to file it?

2. Is it necessary to apply for a spousal visa at this point (K3/CR1/IR1).

3. Now that my petition was approved on average how long until my case is completed and I can get my wife to the states.

4. When my wife finally gets to travel to US... must I be with her on the flight. Because I have some importance business in the US and financially I can't come back and forth to my wife and home all the time. Can she travel alone when it's time for her to enter the US?

Any suggestions on what to do now? Is there any possibility that I can still be processed even though the I130 is already at this point??????.

Please we need help!

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I'm an American. I've already filed the I130 for my spouse. We have a daughter and we recently sent our daughter to the US to live with my parents (for financial reasons). Our 130 was just approved Dec2010 and its already at the NVC. I want to get my wife to the US ASAP. So my questions are...

1. Can I still file for the K3? And if it is denied will I be charged for trying to file it? K3 is obsolete now

2. Is it necessary to apply for a spousal visa at this point (K3/CR1/IR1). What did you send the I-130 in for? Was it not for a CR1/IR1?

3. Now that my petition was approved on average how long until my case is completed and I can get my wife to the states. Depends, where is she from? that tends to make a difference.

4. When my wife finally gets to travel to US... must I be with her on the flight. Because I have some importance business in the US and financially I can't come back and forth to my wife and home all the time. Can she travel alone when it's time for her to enter the US? Yes

Any suggestions on what to do now? Is there any possibility that I can still be processed even though the I130 is already at this point??????. Please click on the Guides at the top of this site and follow the directions for IR1/CR1 visa...IR1 if you've been married over 2 yrs, CR1 if you've been married LESS than 2 yrs.Please we need help!


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