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I am not sure this is the right place to post, I am trying to help a friend.

This is their situation: he is French, working in the USA with an H1B visa expiring in 1 year and a half. She is US citizen and they are getting married in France in August this year. They live in the USA.

What is the procedure to follow?


22 Jan 2008 met in Belgium

01 Oct 2009 I-129-F

05 Oct 2009 NOA1 received

12 Jan 2010 NOA2 received

19 Jan 2010 NVC received

20 Jan 2010 NVC left

29 Jan 2010 packet 3 received

29 Jan 2010 packet 3 sent

04 Feb 2010 packet 4 received

25 Feb 2010 interview approved

15 Mar 2010 US Entry with my cat :-)

19 Mar 2010 Official wedding (courthouse)

31 Mar 2010 MMR to be re-done

05 Apr 2010 I-485 sent

14 Apr 2010 NOA received

08 May 2010 Wedding party

21 May 2010 Biometrics

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