How Long Does the CR-1 Spousal Visa Process Take?


The CR-1 spousal visa is designed for a foreign
alien who is already married to a U.S. citizen. It allows the foreign spouse to immigrate
to the United States as a conditional resident. The CR-1 visa includes the green card allowing
the foreign spouse to work and leave and re-enter the country. There are many factors that determine how
long the process will take in each case. These factors range from which country the
alien is coming from. How busy the USCIS and NVC are at the time
and weather you filled up the petition correctly. Based on the large pool of thousands of our
customers the process can take anywhere 3 months to a year but most of them fall within
6 to 7 months range from start to finish. For the up to date USCIS processing time visit
the USCIS website. After creating your free demo account on rapidvisa.com
you then fill out the requested information. Once your account is at 100% and you paid
the fee our family based immigration experts will manually review your case and supply
you with the signature ready paperwork within 4 business hours. This is one place to get a jump on the process
as many law firms take weeks or even months to complete this tasks. The government will asks you for more documents
later at the embassy stage and RapidVisa will also create those for you at no additional
charge. After mailing of your petition to the USCIS
you will get a notice from their office that they have received it this generally takes
1 to 2 weeks. After typically 3 to 5 months over 99% of
the petition filed by RapidVisa will get an approval notice letting you know your application
has been approved in rare cases you may received your Request for Evidence or (RFE) an RFE
is when you will be asked to supply specific additional documents or information to the
USCIS while this does mean you’ll be delayed it rarely ends in a deny RapidVisa will help
you handles this situation at no additional charge. After USCIS approval the case will be then
forwarded to the Department of States National Visa Center typically after 3 to 6 weeks the
petitioner will received notification that the NVC has your file and is forwarded to
US embassy and your spouses country. Usually about 1 to 2 months after the approval
notice the alien spouse will have their embassy interview. The interview is conducted face to face at
the US embassy or consulate usually in the country of the alien or a nearby country be
aware that the medical exam must be done at least 5 business days before the interview. To find out specifically where your interview
will be held visit our site. Usually within a few days after the embassy
interview the visa will be granted once granted the alien is free to travel to the united
states the green card should arrive in the mail about 2 to 4 weeks after entering the
country. After 2 years most applicants will need to
file for a Removal of Conditions to renew the green card RapidVisa can help with that
as well because your account information is already stored in our system the process is
extremely pain free. For more information about the CR-1 Spousal
Visa Process check out the links in the description of this video. If you’re ready to get the ball rolling on
your visa visit rapidvisa.com click the Get Started now button and create your free account
today!

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