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The illness of your spouse won't cause your immigration petition to be denied. If he is unable to work you will need to find a joint sponsor but apart from that his illness should have no bearing on your case.

Where are you now? Are you currently visiting him? Or is he with you in your country?


 

 

 

 

 

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The illness of your spouse won't cause your immigration petition to be denied. If he is unable to work you will need to find a joint sponsor but apart from that his illness should have no bearing on your case.

Where are you now? Are you currently visiting him? Or is he with you in your country?

I'm visiting him now but will return to my country because I have work. We wanted to get married next year. but were thinking it wont approved because of his medical condition. he's having dialysis.

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I'm sorry to hear this. I hope he improves. Is he going to have a transplant?

Please don't worry about your visa application. It will make no difference that he is so unwell. As I said, you need to prove that there is financial stability for you so if he has no income you will need a joint sponsor. The only things that will cause your visa to be denied are things like fraudulent marriage, if you are a criminal, and things like that.

There was a thread some time ago from a woman with a brain tumour who petitioned for her husband. Your fiancé cannot help being sick. It's not his fault. He did nothing wrong. So it will not affect the immigration process for you.

Best of luck to you both.

I'm going to move your question to the correct forum where you can get more answers from others.

*~*~*moved from "DCF" to "CR-1 spouse visa process and procedures" as OP will be pursuing a spouse visa but not through DCF*~*~*


 

 

 

 

 

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I'm sorry to hear this. I hope he improves. Is he going to have a transplant?

Please don't worry about your visa application. It will make no difference that he is so unwell. As I said, you need to prove that there is financial stability for you so if he has no income you will need a joint sponsor. The only things that will cause your visa to be denied are things like fraudulent marriage, if you are a criminal, and things like that.

There was a thread some time ago from a woman with a brain tumour who petitioned for her husband. Your fiancé cannot help being sick. It's not his fault. He did nothing wrong. So it will not affect the immigration process for you.

Best of luck to you both.

I'm going to move your question to the correct forum where you can get more answers from others.

*~*~*moved from "DCF" to "CR-1 spouse visa process and procedures" as OP will be pursuing a spouse visa but not through DCF*~*~*

thanks.. he will having a transplant soon.. hope he gets well. .. thanks again..

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