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56 minutes ago, Islandgirl93 said:

Is anybody here married to military? How did the military help your spouse in your filing process? Did the jag office aid in anyway? I feel stuck, please help. 

@Roel might know the answer to this.

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On 8/6/2019 at 4:39 AM, Islandgirl93 said:

Is anybody here married to military? How did the military help your spouse in your filing process? Did the jag office aid in anyway? I feel stuck, please help. 

There is a military helpline number, but we didn’t receive any real information either. I’d like to know, too. 

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On 8/6/2019 at 4:39 AM, Islandgirl93 said:

Is anybody here married to military? How did the military help your spouse in your filing process? Did the jag office aid in anyway? I feel stuck, please help. 

Call the legal office on your base and ask if they have an immigration lawyer. Mine does and she has been super helpful.

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On 8/5/2019 at 9:39 PM, Islandgirl93 said:

Is anybody here married to military? How did the military help your spouse in your filing process? Did the jag office aid in anyway? I feel stuck, please help. 

I did all the paperwork myself. Why do you feel the need in having someone do it for you? 
JAG won't help you with it but some bases have an immigration adviser. I saw one on the base where we are at but she gave me so much wrong information that I said no thank you and good bye :D Then I did all the paperwork myself and had no issues. 

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@Islandgirl93 I’m currently Active Duty and as @Londonergirl stated JAG is no help. They can barely assist with regular state law, and will be little to no help with immigration law. The military doesn’t provide any assistance to the member in regards to immigration issues. You can contact the base ARMY Community Service (ACS) office for spousal support (not in regard to financial, but information and guidance). They offer different information assistance.  Some ACS offices have foreign spouses that work there and may be of tremendous help. 

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