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hi :)

I am a 35 year old man, i am moroccan, my wife is USC,39 years-old, we are married three months ago, she spent 4 months in morocco with me before we got married, we met on the net 10 months ago,she is divorced two times and has three children, two girls and a boy, a girl s 18 years, and we got married 3 months ago, I'm in love with her, grief killing us every day,we miss each other so much, i projected to join her there n us, she just found a job and ll start another in a week, she has two jobs, the process a visa CR1 is very long, but no choice for us ,I read a about the process of CR1 visa, it is not very easy, I wanted to know if you have any advice for me, i love my wife and i can't live without her, I wanna follow the process step by step successfully join my wife.

we met 07/21/11

she come to visit me 10/26/11

we got married 02/03/12

she left 06/03/12

process CR1 visa ll start next month june 2012

she ll come to visit next august 2012

wait for ur reply and any advise :) thanks

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Morocco is a difficult consulate and with your wife older than you I suspect that will be an issue.

Have her visit you at least one more time before the interview

Collect lots of evidence of constant communications

Good luck


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I think the biggest red flag you will have is that you have only known each other 10 months, you married 3 months ago when you only new each other 7 months, and the Moroccan Consulate is very leery about people making such commitments before even knowing each other a year. You can check out their warning on the website.

The positive thing is that she spent quite a bit of time there after you married. The negative thing is that you have to overcome their initial doubts, which I think they will have because of the above. You can't rush anything with the Moroccan Consulate or it looks like desperation.

Make sure you have a lot of good evidence of your relationship. They will ask for a lot of proof of co-mingling of finances and how you two interact, because you are now married, not just engaged.

Also, what is your situation? Are you working? Your own stability in Morocco can play a role in how the consulate views your relationship, as far as I can tell. Since you have some red flags, they are going to look at your case more carefully and find reasons to pull it apart.

Just be aware of these things, and do all that you can to make your case rock solid. Be practical, not emotional, and I advise you tell your wife to get on Visa Journey and research as much as she can cases in MENA, so she knows what the challenges are.


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K1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : Texas Service Center
Consulate : Morocco
I-129F Sent : 2011-03-07
I-129F NOA2 : 2011-07-08
Interview Date : 2011-11-01
Interview Result : Approved
Visa Received : 2011-11-03
US Entry : 2012-02-28
Marriage : 2012-03-05
AOS sent: 05/16/2012
AOS received USCIS: 5/23/2012
EAD Delivered: 8/3/2012
AOS Interview: 08/20/2012.
Green Card Received: 08/27/2012

ROC Form Sent 07/17/2014

ROC NOA 07/24/2014
ROC Biometrics Appt. 8/21/2014
ROC RFE 10/2014 Evidence sent 1/4/2014

ROC Approval Letter received 1/13/2015

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You're welcome. Good luck!


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K1 Visa
Event Date
Service Center : Texas Service Center
Consulate : Morocco
I-129F Sent : 2011-03-07
I-129F NOA2 : 2011-07-08
Interview Date : 2011-11-01
Interview Result : Approved
Visa Received : 2011-11-03
US Entry : 2012-02-28
Marriage : 2012-03-05
AOS sent: 05/16/2012
AOS received USCIS: 5/23/2012
EAD Delivered: 8/3/2012
AOS Interview: 08/20/2012.
Green Card Received: 08/27/2012

ROC Form Sent 07/17/2014

ROC NOA 07/24/2014
ROC Biometrics Appt. 8/21/2014
ROC RFE 10/2014 Evidence sent 1/4/2014

ROC Approval Letter received 1/13/2015

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