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Does the non-USC have to be out of the country during the Waiver process?

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Filed: Other Country: Mexico

A s far as I know he does. :(

But could you post your timeline that way someone who has more knowledge can better assist you.I know of some who have waited out their waiveres here but I can't remember why.My husband was ewi and he had to be in Mx throughout the waiver process.He has been there 2 years already.Good Luck

My Timeline----

March 2005:Filed I-130 & I-129

May 2005:I-129 approved

Sept.29,2005:Interview ,filed I-601 waiver

Oct.3,2005:waiver entered into CDJ system

Nov.1,2005:Waiver entered DHS system

Dec.14,2005:I-130 approved


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