Posted on Apr 27, 2024
A1C R. Nec.
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I married a Venezuelan citizen that is a resident of, and lives in Argentina. (we got married in Argentina) I hired an attorney here in the US for assistance in filling out the forms.
The attorney filled I-134a because of being a citizen of Venezuela. I was told it could take months or even a year.
Is there a way for veterans to get their spouse here in the US without such a long wait.
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Everything I am finding on the net is that you will want to take a trip back to Argentina and hit the US Embassy with your wife and apply for a Green Card. It's not a quick process....yea, it could take up to two years.
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CSM Thomas Ray
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Get a ticket to the Mexican border, it is wide open
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A1C R. Nec.
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You must be one of those poorly educated that Von Shitzinpants adores so. If you don't have a legitimate answer, please keep your ignorance to yourself.
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SSgt Christophe Murphy
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If you have not already contacted them you should get in contact with American Citizen Services at the US Embassy in Venezuela. They will be able to provide assistance in country and provide that direct pipeline into the system. Before you do anything else speak to them and get next steps from them.

https://ve.usembassy.gov/
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A1C R. Nec.
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That office is closed as of March 2019.
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SSgt Christophe Murphy
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A1C R. Nec. Looks like the Embassy in Bogota has taken over providing ACS services for them. Have you contacted them per the website?
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