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      Are you wondering how long consular processing takes? Check out this video by our Orlando attorneys to learn about the consular processing timeline.

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        Are you wondering how long consular processing takes? Check out this video by our Orlando attorneys to learn about the consular processing timeline.


        Question:

        How long does consular processing take?

        Answer:

        Sometimes we’re asked how long consular processing takes as opposed to things that are processed in house. Believe it or not, typically consular processing basically means where you apply in your home country’s United States embassy or consulate. You’re making the application to immigrate to the United States for whatever reason, whether it’s a fiancé visa, through marriage, it could be work based, you can do that in your home country at the United States embassy.

        That processing is usually one or two months faster than it is doing it from the United States. The process is basically similar. It requires providing proof. There’s always lists and the immigration naturalization website has list of the documents that you need to present for your consulate, your passport, the application, some application fees, they’re going to be fingerprinting, there’s face mapping payment that you have to make for them to put you in the system. There’s certain requirements and certain fees associated with it. Basically, the consulate processing is what you’re going to be doing in the US but in your home country and for some reason, they’re usually one to two months faster than it is making an application here but for obvious reasons if you’re already here in the United States, it may be better for you to stay and file your application here and do everything here rather than go back to your home country, but because of the timeframe, sometimes it may be recommended for you to go back to your home country, go through the consular processing procedure, and then come back with a visa. It’ll depend. Like everything in immigration law, it’s very fact specific and situation specific. We’d be happy to discuss that with you. We’d be happy to answer any questions you maty have and make a plan of action so that you can make the right decisions as far as where to make the application and how to make the application. Feel free to give us a call. We’d be happy to discuss it with you.


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