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On a few weeks I have my interview at the embassy. So we're starting to plan our moving trip to the US. There's a possibility that my wife (the USC and Sponsor) has to arrive later than me to the US (no more than a day or two). The condition to sponsor is that the citizen has domicile in the US or intent to reestablish it no later that the immigrants intended date of arrival.

 

Do you think we can have a problem by doing this in that way? 

 

Edit: Tried to post in the CR1/IR1 forum but made I mistake. 

 

 

Edited by EstebanB

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: Philippines
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15 minutes ago, EstebanB said:

On a few weeks I have my interview at the embassy. So we're starting to plan our moving trip to the US. There's a possibility that my wife (the USC and Sponsor) has to arrive later than me to the US (no more than a day or two). The condition to sponsor is that the citizen has domicile in the US or intent to reestablish it no later that the immigrants intended date of arrival.

 

Do you think we can have a problem by doing this in that way? 

 

Edit: Tried to post in the CR1/IR1 forum but made I mistake. 

 

 

Petitioner is to be in country before or simultaneously with the alien 


YMMV

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24 minutes ago, EstebanB said:

The condition to sponsor is that the citizen has domicile in the US or intent to reestablish it no later that the immigrants intended date of arrival.

The condition is that the petitioner spouse MUST arrive in the US either before or at the same time as the new immigrant.....not after.

Edited by Lucky Cat

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