We are married about 3 months ago, and we want to apply for a green card for my husband,
Yes, please do not apply if he plans on remaining wherever he is. US wants new immigrants, arguably, of course, but still. What we do not want is nominal residents who live abroad and only use GC as pass free entrance card. It was a public policy decision that stood at then inception of this country. It still stands.
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Yes, if you wish to bring your husband into the US to be with you ... then you need to come into the US to be with him .... and you'll need to prove it to the US Consul.
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You will need to demonstrate that you plan to live in the U.S.
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Please provide additional information. Where do you and your husband currently resided? GC means permanent resident, you cannot remain out of the country for an extended period of time. Consult an experienced immigration attorney for more information.
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