Spouse Visa

RapidVisa Legal can help you navigate the complex U.S. Immigration process from start to finish

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    3 - Embassy Phase*

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CR1/IR1 Spousal Visa Timeline

(Usually 7-10 months on average from start to finish)

  • Petition Review

    4 Hours

  • USCIS NOA 1

    1-3 Weeks

  • USCIS NOA 2

    6-8 Months

  • NVC Phase

    3-6 Weeks

  • Embassy Phase

    1-3 Months

  • Visa Granted

    2-10 Days

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Are you eligible to apply for a Spousal Visa?

Answer the questions below to see if you may be eligible for a CR1 or IR1 spousal visa.
Is the alien spouse physically present in the United States?
Is the petitioning sponsor a U.S. citizen or legal permanent resident (green card holder)?
Are you and your spouse legally married?
(The marriage must be legally recognized and documented in the country the marriage took place. Proxy marriages do not count.)
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Based on your answers, it looks like you may be eligible to apply for a CR1/IR1 spousal visa.
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