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Thread: my hubby canadian citizen removed and bar for minimum 5 years,can he get a visa to us

  1. #1
    my hubby canadian citizen removed and bar for minimum 5 years,can he get a visa to us?

    I am a us citizen, he's a canadian citizen, after our child
    was born over 6 months ago he came live with us without knowing
    the non-visa limit was 6 months, he went back last week and
    at the border told cpb he was living here for over
    6 months, he was expeditedly removed and barred from coming in
    for minimum 5 years.
    I filed an I 130 for him after this happened, is there a way for him to come visit us (a visitor visa or some kind of waiver) before I130 got proved?

  2. #2
    my hubby canadian citizen removed and bar for minimum 5 years,can he get a visa to us?

    I am a us citizen, he's a canadian citizen, after our child
    was born over 6 months ago he came live with us without knowing
    the non-visa limit was 6 months, he went back last week and
    at the border told cpb he was living here for over
    6 months, he was expeditedly removed and barred from coming in
    for minimum 5 years.
    I filed an I 130 for him after this happened, is there a way for him to come visit us (a visitor visa or some kind of waiver) before I130 got proved?

  3. #3
    No. He could have adjusted status while he was here. But now its too late.

  4. #4
    No, you have to wait for the Immigrant Visa to be approved and you will need a waiver.

  5. #5
    Is I 130 approval faster or K3 visa faster?
    What if he applies a visitor visa?
    Our child is so young and really needs two
    parents. Thanks.

  6. #6
    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by hfort:
    Is I 130 approval faster or K3 visa faster?
    What if he applies a visitor visa?
    Our child is so young and really needs two
    parents. Thanks. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>

    And unlike a responsible person, you don't bring him up together. Canada is so far away? Everything is free there; why don't you move there?

  7. #7
    Let I-130 be approved. You will need to file waiver. He should be able to join you. Meantime, you can visit him and stay with him.

  8. #8
    K3 and IV take the same amount of time. He will need a waiver for the non-immigrant visa, but the embassy/consulate will not issue him a waiver for the NIV or the NIV. Just wait for the IV.

  9. #9
    How long wil I130 take? What kind of waiver should I file, where? and how long will that take?
    Thanks.

  10. #10
    Someone12
    Guest
    hopefully years.....since your idiot husband 'forgot' to obey our laws....how does one forget????? Sounds like a load of abercrombie to me (i.e., camel du.ng)

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