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H1B Visa holder Spouse VS US Citizen Spouse

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A H1B VISA HOLDER WHO IS CURRENTLY WORKING IN USA DECIDES TO GET MARRIED OUTSIDE US AND THE SPOUSE RESIDES OUTSIDE US. IN ORDER FOR THIS H1B PERSON TO GET HIS/HER SPOUSE to USA HE/SHE CAN DO SO IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE MARRIAGE AND TAKES AROUND TWO WEEKS TO PROCESS THE DEPENDENT VISA(and even medicals i dont think they are same as that of US Citizen spouses, I don't think they need to get the physical done) and there you go the H1B visa holder is happily united here in US with his/her spouse in two weeks. Of-course after around one year they convert the dependent visa to H1B and live forever happily together in USA.

whereas;

US Citizens going through the PAIN to get their foreign spouse to USA as you can see the whole process, the processing times, medicals etc etc. At-least there should be a process similar to H1B visa holders where your spouse can get some sort of visa in two weeks after marriage and wait here in US for the I130 process to complete. That would be nice and fair for US Citizens.

and for LPR's (Green Card holders)

It is even worse.

In this particular case I feel H1B visa holders are superior to US Citizens and far superior to LPR's. :lol:

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Thats if you can get an H-1B is the first place.


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A H1B VISA HOLDER WHO IS CURRENTLY WORKING IN USA DECIDES TO GET MARRIED OUTSIDE US AND THE SPOUSE RESIDES OUTSIDE US. IN ORDER FOR THIS H1B PERSON TO GET HIS/HER SPOUSE to USA HE/SHE CAN DO SO IMMEDIATELY AFTER THE MARRIAGE AND TAKES AROUND TWO WEEKS TO PROCESS THE DEPENDENT VISA(and even medicals i dont think they are same as that of US Citizen spouses, I don't think they need to get the physical done) and there you go the H1B visa holder is happily united here in US with his/her spouse in two weeks. Of-course after around one year they convert the dependent visa to H1B and live forever happily together in USA.

whereas;

US Citizens going through the PAIN to get their foreign spouse to USA as you can see the whole process, the processing times, medicals etc etc. At-least there should be a process similar to H1B visa holders where your spouse can get some sort of visa in two weeks after marriage and wait here in US for the I130 process to complete. That would be nice and fair for US Citizens.

and for LPR's (Green Card holders)

It is even worse.

In this particular case I feel H1B visa holders are superior to US Citizens and far superior to LPR's. :lol:

That is fairly offensive talk. No class is superior over another class. As to directly comment on your inane comment: H1B visas depend on a sponsor...no sponsor and you must leave the US. As for a spouse, once they adjust their status at the 2 year mark they are forever here...no sponsor required. And some of us do not consider the process of uniting our family here in the US as a "pain" rather part of a journey of a very happy, forever-enduring marriage.


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