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Please bear with me for a lil intro. I am a US citizen and my husband is a vietnamese. I gave birth to a son in HCM and came back to the US with my son 4 months ago and I applied for the immigration visa for my husband and just received both the approved I130 and I129F letters. Now what bothers me is when we were still dating,( we met in the US while he was on his student visa ) I pressed charge on him and he was charged with second degree assault, and he pleaded guilty when he went to court. The final disposition was PBJ. SO my question is "will the criminal record affect his chance of getting the visa in Vietnam? How tough is the HCMC consulate when they interview beneficiary with a background like this? and how do the officer define PBJ since I heard it varies by country. Anyone who knows anything about that kinda issue, please advice !

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Note there is no longer a K-3, USCIS ties the I-129F and I-130 together, approve together, and sends to NVC where NVC closes the I-129F and proceeds with the I-130. You will be doing paperwork with NVC.

This should come up when USCIS/NVC/Consulate does name checks, It may or may not cause issues at the consulate.

Is his only offense, and no jail time? If so then perhaps will not cause a problem.

SEE: http://travel.state.gov/visa/frvi/ineligibilities/ineligibilities_1364.html#1


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