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Does it cause any delays if both spouse were divorced in the past

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Here Is the scenario:

 

Husband is a US citizen and has been there since he was 2 years old. So he has the citizenship.

His first marriage were with a US citizen like him that ended in divorce. 

He got married again to someone from another country who is also divorced and that divrorce happened 4 years ago. 

So now his wife is in the CR1 visa process. 

 

Do you think that divorce can cause any delays on the interview day? 

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Is this your situation or are you asking for someone else?

How did the husband obtain citizenship?

Sounds like this is a spousal visa question and not a fiance visa question. Please confirm.

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1 hour ago, BugsBunny88 said:

Here Is the scenario:

 

Husband is a US citizen and has been there since he was 2 years old. So he has the citizenship.

His first marriage were with a US citizen like him that ended in divorce. 

He got married again to someone from another country who is also divorced and that divrorce happened 4 years ago. 

So now his wife is in the CR1 visa process. 

 

Do you think that divorce can cause any delays on the interview day? 

Hi.  Are you saying his wife is married & doing CR1 for someone else?  Other marriages he had will not affect your process with him.  He must be divorced from each one & has appropriate documents of divorce decrees. I am not sure if this answered your question.  Others may be able to assist you also.  Good luck.

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3 minutes ago, Unlockable said:

Is this your situation or are you asking for someone else?

How did the husband obtain citizenship?

Sounds like this is a spousal visa question and not a fiance visa question. Please confirm.

True. Spousal visa question. And he went there when he was two years old as an alien relative as his parents were permanent residents and now they are citizens. His mom came here in Pak for two years when he was born and went back. 

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Delay?  No.  (Maybe a few minutes)  Extra scrutiny?  Maybe.  Depends on the individual circumstances.  It is never reliable to get immigration advice third hand.  Have HIM, come ask for himself.


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