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Q: We living in Abu Dhabi UAE and we have kids we need to move to US can I apply and travel together I can’t leave here

I lost my job here and need to take my family and go back to US, my kids and I US citizen but my wife not and we can’t seperate long time becouse of the kids , can we show re establish evidence in us such as rent home,school,bank account ???

Is it possible to travel all together

2013 applied for here immigration but refuse that no domicile I said it is ok still I have job here then 2 times visit visa refuse now serious I lost my job and need to move by June 2017 I need a green light to start here prossess correct this time please help me

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Edit Stelczner
Edit Stelczner
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  • Immigration Law Lawyer
  • New York, NY

A: I recommend you working with an attorney at this point given the denials. You will need to start by filing Form I-130 and then the process continues with the NVC. Your wife will appear at the US Consulate for an interview. This process will take about a year if all goes well.

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