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SLJ&LAJ posted a topic in IR-1 / CR-1 Spouse Visa Process & ProceduresHello everybody - I'm new here. This may be a question that can possibly only be answered by people who filed from Denmark? My wife and I are almost done with all that is needed to file an I-130 and now we're filling out the I-130 petition and under Part 4. 62.a. it asks me which Consulate or Embassy I will apply for an immigrant visa in. Since I know that the Danish Embassy does not process immigrant visas but instead processes them through the Swedish Embassy, should I put the Swedish Embassy in those boxes or the Danish Embassy? We're a little confused here so any guidance or ideas would be appreciated
My fiancee is American and I am Russian, we want to get married as soon as possible in order to begin our CR1 application process. Neither Russia nor the U.S. are easy options for us. We decided to do our ceremony in Copenhagen after doing some research, and getting a ton of recommendations here: Now I'm looking for people who have similar backgrounds who have married in Copenhagen (case when both are foreigners, never married, no children). It looks like beginning January 1st of 2019 there are new rules in place (https://idocph.kk.dk/node/1647) and we want to make sure we are doing everything correctly. We'll really appreciate your input!
Brittany95 posted a topic in IR-1 / CR-1 Spouse Visa Case Filing and Progress ReportsHi everyone, My wife (from Denmark) had her immigration interview on Tuesday, January 29 in Stockholm, Sweden. They told her that our application is great, however, before they can issue the visa, they need her to re-submit a new birth certificate. She is getting that document tomorrow and she will overnight mail it to the embassy in Stockholm, so they should have it on Monday of next week. How long does it take them to approve documents that have been mailed to them? They said once they receive and approve the document, they will be able to issue the visa and mail her passport back to her. I am getting very impatient and do not have a lot of faith that they will look at the document and approve it right away, just based on how long the entire process takes already. Does anyone have any idea on how long we could be looking at to get her visa issued? Thanks in advance!
My husband (Hungarian) and I (American) have been residents in Denmark for the past 5 years. I now have a new job offer in the US that would require me to start in February-March. A short-term job relocation can qualify as an exceptional circumstance for DCF at the USCIS office in our jurisdiction in London. Without an exceptional circumstance, it's not possible from Denmark because we lack a USCIS office. I contacted the US Embassy in Denmark and they gave me a list of the documents to send for them to make the request I have also been in contact with an immigration attorney who agrees this route is possible and she gave me a time frame of 4-6 months for I-130 approval once it was in the pipeline in London, however she told me she could not get a time estimate for how long it takes to be approved by the London office once the embassy in Denmark makes the request for DCF on my behalf. Has anyone had experience having this requested from their embassy to either the London office, or to any other USCIS office from a country where DCF is not otherwise possible? I need to decide whether to accept the job offer next week and if it would only be 1 month, that would still be ok, but if it added 2-3 months or even more to the process, then there is hardly a point and it would strongly make me consider rejecting the offer. Thanks for any advice!