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Hi everybody!

First of all thanks for all the helpful people & advices we can find in this website.

I will present to all of you our case.

We are a couple of one year and half relationship: my girlfriend is from USA and I am Moroccan. We met in Spain where I am living now. As my girlfriend doesn’t want to live in Spain and we decided to make our life in USA, we are going to marry.

Now what we want to know is what the best is (surest + shortest) way for me to get the visa to move to USA, considering that:

1-I am illegal in Spain

2-My girlfriend is not resident in Spain

3-She has is working now in US (work contract from February to the end of March) but she is living with her parents

4-She is coming back to Spain in April

Can I apply for the Direct Consular Filling here in Spain?

Or is it better for us if she starts there the Fiancé Visa procedure?

Thanks my friends for any :help:

Best regards.

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