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Immigrant Visa Approval Based on Marriage, I-130 Petitioner in Virginia, Beneficiary from Jordan

by JP Sarmiento on November 30, 2017

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CASE: I-130 and Consular Processing (Immigrant Visa) – Marriage-Petition

Our client is a Lawful Permanent Resident (Green card holder) who married his wife in Jordan in 2014.  After the marriage, he came back to the United States to work and wanted to file an I-130 (F-2A category) petition for his wife in Jordan.  He retained our office in October 2015 and our office prepared and filed the I-130 petition on October 30, 2015. This I-130 Petition was approved by the USCIS in February 2016 (the priority date of this petition was October 30, 2015). Once the I-130 petition was approved, he retained us again to bring his wife to the States via consular processing.

Once retained and her priority date became current, we filed the immigrant visa packets to the National Visa Center on November 14, 2016, who in turn forwarded our client’s materials to the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan. An interview notice was set for the client at the US Embassy in Amman, and we prepared her for the interview. On November 2, 2017, the interview was conducted.  Eventually, after the interview, the U.S. Embassy in Amman, Jordan approved and issued her immigrant visa on November 13, 2017.

With the approved immigrant visa, our client’s wife can come to the United States immediately, and she will get her green card within two months of entry.

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