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Haven't seen my husband in a year

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So we got married a year ago and I left for my home country to do the process from here, we thought the process will be shorter but it took almost 10 months just to get the NOA2 and now we are waiting for the 2018 tax returns so we can send them because my husband wasn't working in previous years.

So we haven't seen each other in a year and by the time I'll have to go to the interview it will be closer to a year and a half.

will this be a problem? we really don't want to spend money on traveling right now, we are trying to save as much as we can. 

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What embassy is your visa being processed at? Honestly the answer to your question will vary a bit based on the location, because some embassies are tougher than others. It helps to fill this information in on your profile so that members here can give you the most accurate information. Spousal visas typically take at least a year from filing to having the visa in hand.

 

How much time have you spent together prior to this current separation? 


K1 to AOS                                                                               AOS/EAD/AP

03/01/2018 - I-129F Sent                                                   06/17/2019 - NOA1 Date  

03/08/2018 - I-129F NOA1 (new site)                              ##/##/2019 - Biometrics
09/14/2018 - I-129F NOA2 

10/16/2018 - NVC Received

10/21/2018 - Packet 3 Received

12/30/2018 - Packet 3 Sent

01/06/2019 - Packet 4 Received

01/29/2019 - Interview Date - APPROVED!

02/05/2019 - Visa Received

05/17/2019 - U.S. Arrival

05/24/2019 - Married ❤️ 

06/14/2019 - Mailed AOS Packet
 

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should not be insurmountable, just take the time to reintroduce yourselves to each other, the absence can make things a little awkward after a long time apart. Good luck and best of luck to you !


 

 

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Sorry misread.

 

Not a huge deal. You're from a low fraud country.  

Edited by NikLR

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose.  - Dr. Seuss

 

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