Advice on V visa

indianh1b

Registered Users (C)
#1
Hello -

I am a Lawful Permanent Resident. If I get married in India to an Indian citizen, what is the quickest way to sponsor and get her over here? (either as a non-immigrant or an immigrant) Thanks.
 
#2
Your are a Green C Holder, if you go to India and get married, you can file for I-130 for your spouse. Now, it depends on where your are living, which state?
If you lice in any state that send application to Nebraska Service Center or California Service Center, then you good to go. I-130 are processing faster in these two Centers then others. It will take one year to get your I-130 approved. or, just keep trying until you obtain a visitor visa for your spouse and when He or She gets here, you get marry him ot her and apply.
It's against the Immigration law to apply for your spouse and request a visitor visa for the same person in the middle of the processing.
 

tweetyshaoi

Registered Users (C)
#3
Can the GC Holder request for visitor's visa for his wife?

Hi!

Just wondering, you mentioned that in the middle of the petition, the GC holder cannot request for her wife's visitors visa or tourist visa. You mean, if the GC SPouse is not yet petitioning her wife, the GC Holder SPouse can request for her wife to visit him? Or it also depends?
 

kelvinjai

Registered Users (C)
#4
Hi, I live in Arizona and my gf is on valid F1 visa. She will graduate next month and we plan to get married this year =) You mentioned the CA I-130 processing time is about 1 year, may I ask what is the next step for her to get a GC? Can she find a job here without sponshoship (H1-B)? Thanks!

christ-cary said:
Your are a Green C Holder, if you go to India and get married, you can file for I-130 for your spouse. Now, it depends on where your are living, which state?
If you lice in any state that send application to Nebraska Service Center or California Service Center, then you good to go. I-130 are processing faster in these two Centers then others. It will take one year to get your I-130 approved. or, just keep trying until you obtain a visitor visa for your spouse and when He or She gets here, you get marry him ot her and apply.
It's against the Immigration law to apply for your spouse and request a visitor visa for the same person in the middle of the processing.
 
#5
My advice is, get married before she grauduates, if you are a us citizen, then she will get a green card in 16 months. Remember the sonner you apply the better. After getting married, you need to file the I-130 and I-485 at the same time, do not file them separately, they will take time to process.
 
#7
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