Re: residence status in Ukraine

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Posted by wr on August 28, 2004 at 11:22:30:

In Reply to: residence status in Ukraine posted by Stephen on August 28, 2004 at 09:59:22:

I think this is a domestic passport / residency problem and I do not know their office location.
I do know the approximate location of an 'agency' that deals in international passports and perhaps they can direct your lady to the right office to learn what is needed. The international agency is located on a short street (about 3 blocks long) paralleling Sumskya street. The north end of the street is at the Opera and the south end at the red museum (at Constitution plaza and 'museum' metro station). I think the agency is on the east side the street about one short block from the opera. The short streets name in russian looks like PbIMAPCKAh.
I am surprised to learn that the spouse visa will be quicker for you than the fiancee visa. May I ask which USCIS service center you will send your I-130 to. California service center shows about equal processing time for spouse and for I-129f fiancee.


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