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US citizen married in UK to UK ciitizen

1 Answers. Asked on Jun 10th, 2017 on Immigration - Florida
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RESIDING IN London wants to return home with husband to live. Which is the approppriate visa for her husband.
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Answered on Jun 12th, 2017 at 9:51 AM

If your husband is seeking a temporary stay in the U.S. only, then the appropriate visa would depend on the nature and purpose of his trip to the U.S. If your husband is interested in U.S. Permanent Residency, then you would file an I-130 Immigrant Petition for an immediate relative. Please note that filing an I-130 could have adverse implications on his ability to visit the U.S. in certain temporary (nonimmigrant) statuses so the timing of any application needs careful consideration. Please note that this information is generic in nature and is not intended to be a substitute for specific legal advice in a given situation.  If you have any questions about these issues or any other area of Immigration Law please contact our office.

 

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