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Does the us consulate in Casablanca, Morocco perform direct filings for spousal visas the DCF Direct Consular Filing (DCF) ? And if so what are the requirments?. Thanks in advance for your response.

we are married and live in Morocco for 1 year, and we plans to live in us, we need nformations about the DCF, so we can start the process.

Thanks in advance for your response.

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Filed: IR-1/CR-1 Visa Country: Morocco

They no longer allow that. You will need to send your I-130 cr1 spousal petition to the states.

Edited by tany1157

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