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Does USC have to accompany Beneficiary to States?

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Hi everyone,

Wanted to ask a question to sort of plan ahead. I am a USC living in Spain with my Spanish husband. Our i-130 has been approved and we are moving onto the NVC level of the process. Later my husband will have his interview at the Madrid Consulate and hopefully will be approved and be able to move to the States.

Over 6 months ago we purchased airline tickets to go visit my family for a month in the summer. This is before we decided to start with the i-130 process. Turns out we cannot cancel/change/postpone the tickets but it doesn't look like we will be out of NVC and finished with the interview before the flight date. Since they were so pricey we were thinking that I would take the original flight and after my husband is approved, he would buy a ticket and come over on his own, with me waiting at the airport anxiously of course. Is that possible? Entering with a CR1 visa, can he enter alone or does the USC need to accompany him at the POE? Or when I arrive to the airport, do I need to inform Customs or someone that I have arrived to pick him up?

Thank you in advance,

Amanda

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No the USC does not need to go with the immigrant. They can fly alone.


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Your I-129f was approved in 5 days from your NOA1 date.

Your interview took 67 days from your I-129F NOA1 date.

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ROC was approved in 3 months and 2 days without interview.

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No, of course not. Your spouse is not a child.


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They're in each other all along.”


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Does USC have to accompany Beneficiary to States? after getting CR1 visa

NO.


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