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Yes. Your father would file an I-130 relative immigrant petition for you. As a married child of a citizen, you would be in the F3 category. According to the current visa bulletin, visa numbers are currently available for F3 category petitions with priority dates about 13 years ago (even longer ago for people born in Mexico or the Philippines). The priority ...


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You can see each month's visa bulletin here. Assuming at least one of you or your husband was not born in India, Mexico, or the Philippines, visa numbers are currently available for F4 priority dates in 2006 (from the Final Action Date chart), and they are beginning to process cases for F4 priority dates in 2007 (from the Dates for Filing chart). Since your ...


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Do I need to go back to India and apply for German Visa from there ? No. As long as you have a legal residence in France, you can apply for a visa at the German Embassy in France. Les citoyens d’Australie, du Canada, des États-Unis d’Amérique, d’Israël, du Japon, de Nouvelle-Zélande, de la République de Corée et du Royaume-Uni de Grande-Bretagne et d’...


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If you are working for a BOI company (and get your work permit and extensions done at the one-stop centre at Chamchuri Square), then you need to get your extension based on employment, rather than marriage. It used to be possible to have a marriage extension at a BOI company, but now they try their best to discourage it. Otherwise, you need all the documents ...


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