USCIS should not give your friend's husband a hard time. The officers are prohibited from discrimination on the basis of one's disability. I agree with my colleague's time estimate, and yes, he would need to provide his own interpreter.
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The process takes about five to six months. The couple will have to take their own interpreter.
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They should meet with an immigration lawyer. They can get their questions answered when the meet with the attorney.
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They would not give them a hard time because he was deaf. Make sure she works with an attorney. My firm handles immigration matters and has successfully represented many disabled clients.
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