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I am a USC petitioning for my husband for his IV. Initially we thought the process would take longer than it has been.


Currently my Husband is in medical school and if he gets approved too soon and has to land in the US before finishing his last semester in Poland will he need to apply for a re-entry permit to go back to finish the semester? Assuming he would land and leave 3 weeks after?  If he’s gone less than 6 Months would he be ok so long as he can prove his ties to US? ( wife and kids still reside there and joint bank accounts/taxes filed)?


If this is going to be an issue we might have to take our time at the NVC stage but that worries me too.



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If he will be away for less than 6 months then he doesn't need a reentry permit.


29.11.2013 - NoA1

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