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Hi! I am just doing some preliminary reading/research on the expedited naturalization topic and I was hoping someone here could answer a question for me.

1. My husband is currently deployed for more than a year out of country, which is one of the requirements according to 319(b). But I am not allowed (for obvious reasons) to join him there. I thought I saw, online somewhere that requirement can be waived, if your spouse IS deployed but now I can't find it. Anyone know if that's true or not?

Thanks in advance!

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Hi! I am just doing some preliminary reading/research on the expedited naturalization topic and I was hoping someone here could answer a question for me.

1. My husband is currently deployed for more than a year out of country, which is one of the requirements according to 319(b). But I am not allowed (for obvious reasons) to join him there. I thought I saw, online somewhere that requirement can be waived, if your spouse IS deployed but now I can't find it. Anyone know if that's true or not?

Thanks in advance!

Hmm... not sure about the waiver part; however, one of the requirements of section 319(b) is:

You must show evidence that you will join your spouse overseas within 45 days of your naturalization.

With that requirement, I would imagine that you would have to have authorization to join him.

See this document for some more info:

http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/79520.pdf

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This page: http://www.state.gov/documents/organization/105868.pdf

We just finished the 319(b) process; my wife qualified under 319(b) since I'm a missionary and she is going overseas with me.


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