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how much month my wife can stay with me in morocco

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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hi brother's my wife she will travel soon to me but i want to know how much time she have right to stay with me in morocco

first she will be able to stay for Max 6months but if she will like to stay for more then she should apply for an ID in Police Office '' Carte D identite National Electronic Red one'' the she can stay forever but to renew it maybe every year.


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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Ireland
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***** moving from CR-1 to MENA forum as question related to stay in Morocco, not US spousal visa *****


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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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first she will be able to stay for Max 6months but if she will like to stay for more then she should apply for an ID in Police Office '' Carte D identite National Electronic Red one'' the she can stay forever but to renew it maybe every year.

Check the moroccan consulate website. I remember reading somewhere that she must notify the local police department if her stay is longer than 90 days.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco
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Squeaky answered this question in one of your other threads.....if she is not a resident, she can only stay for 3 months. Look back to see what she said about it


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Filed: Country: Morocco
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hi,

3 months, you can just go to the police office they will add for her another 3 months and she must bring with her that paper that the police gave her to the airport when she wants to travel back home.

My wife lived with me one year in morocco. If your wife would like to stay more than 6 moths i think there are some cheap flight ticket to madrid and in this way she will get another 3 months and enjoy spain.

Wish you good luck

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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: Morocco
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I will answer it again. If she intends to stay longer than 90 days, she must declare her intent within 15 days of entering Morocco at the local police station. There they will give her the forms for a carte de sejour. I think the fee was $50USD. She must take a copy of your marriage license with her when she goes. The carte lasts one year, then must be renewed.

Another way to stay longer than 90 days is for her to spend overnight in Ceuta, get her passport stamped, and then return to Morocco. This is the option I chose when I lived with my husband in Morocco for 6 months. It should be noted though, that just crossing the border and coming back in the same day is not going to work- she must stay overnight. And it's not guaranteed that Spanish officials will let you in to Ceuta or Melilla unless you have a carte nationale with an address in the north of Morocco.

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