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What is his status in Morocco?

 

I think you would be unlikely to come across someone in that category, does sound like double dipping.


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what is his country?

there is a VJ member from Senegal living in Morocco 

he has been over a year in security checks with the ds5535 and the embassy has his passport all this time since the interview

he did a post on here about a month ago

sorry i don't know his ID here so hope he answers you

 

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11 minutes ago, adil-rafa said:

what is his country?

there is a VJ member from Senegal living in Morocco 

he has been over a year in security checks with the ds5535 and the embassy has his passport all this time since the interview

he did a post on here about a month ago

sorry i don't know his ID here so hope he answers you

 

he is call zameta id 302756. he has been in Ap almost 6month.  

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sorry i should have noted your intro "married to a Nigerian"

you will go thru a lot of extra scrunity and need both criminal reports from Nigeria and the 2 from Morocco

they may require the interview in Nigeria /think depends a lot on how long he has been in Morocco and a lot of other factors

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On 3/10/2019 at 11:39 AM, adil-rafa said:

sorry i should have noted your intro "married to a Nigerian"

you will go thru a lot of extra scrunity and need both criminal reports from Nigeria and the 2 from Morocco

they may require the interview in Nigeria /think depends a lot on how long he has been in Morocco and a lot of other factors

If he has permanent residence in Morrocco why would he have to do interview in Nigeria?   My husband is also Nigerian but has permanent residency in Turkey and he currently lives in Turkey. His consulate interview would be in Turkey. Sorry if off topic from what the poster asked. 

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@Gojo you are very correct we already know that but I think some people are misunderstanding my post... because as long as you have permanent resident in a country you are allowed to go to that embassy or consulate....but how is your experience going with your husband in Turkey and he is Nigerian... can you share.. you can send me private message

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On 3/9/2019 at 5:53 PM, Latonia said:

Is there any one here married to a resident (non Moroccan) living in morocco and went through the cr1 process at the consulate...can you please share your experience please...thank you

I’m nigerian married to a USC in Italy and had my interview on the 11 dec 2018 in Naples consulate the CO said I will get my visa in by mail and kept my passport and I was given the ds5535 the same day and being on AP ever since with a couple of updates 

 

if I may ask did you guys get married in Morocco and were you given the 221g or ds5535

 

wish you best of luck 🙏🏾

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3 hours ago, IknBarbie said:

I’m nigerian married to a USC in Italy and had my interview on the 11 dec 2018 in Naples consulate the CO said I will get my visa in by mail and kept my passport and I was given the ds5535 the same day and being on AP ever since with a couple of updates 

 

if I may ask did you guys get married in Morocco and were you given the 221g or ds5535

 

wish you best of luck 🙏🏾

Yes we had a big wedding in Morocco at a licensed place of worship the pastor was Nigerian also but we have not had our interview yet for the cr1 we are still waiting.... have you been calling and emailing to see what is going on with your passport

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If you need your passport you should be able to get it back.


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