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No, you may not apply for a Blue Card because your spouse has one. You can only apply for a Blue Card if you yourself fulfill the Blue Card conditions. A spouse of a residence permit holder can apply for a dependent residence permit based on § 27 AufthG. Such permits are generally issued in 1 year periods (§27(4)). Exceptions exist for certain residence ...


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Since you plan to move to Germany after you marry, you will need to apply to Germany for a dependent visa or residence permit, derivative of your wife's blue card status. I suspect that you will be able to make the application in Finland. You can approach a German consulate in Finland for more information. In fact, the only diplomatic mission in Finland ...


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The current (Sep 2020) visa bulletin shows that for the F4 category for people born in India, visa numbers are currently available for priority dates (i.e. for I-130 filed) before March 8, 2005 (about 15.5 years ago). So if the wait remains the same in the future, you can expect a visa number to be available for your petition in about 2029 (though the wait ...


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You can apply for the family reunion visa for your wife once you have obtained your own authorization (nulla osta) even before you get your own visa. To do this, you can get an appointment in the Italian embassy in Iran. The application form will be the long-term visa application form- similar as yours. The main documents that they ask for are the nulla osta,...


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