Usages?? I'm sorry what is that?? What's the question??
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I am assuming you are trying to find out how to bring your husband to the United States. it is not clear whether your husband is currently in the United States or in Mexico. Additionally, information like past trips to the United States and his current status in the United States (if he is here), would be important to better address his case. I recommend contacting an experienced immigration attorney to review your husband's immigration history and assess his options.
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To bring your husband to the US, you need to first file I-130. Then, he can file for an immigrant visa.
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I agree with my colleagues ... your question is a bit confusing.
I suggest you meet with a local attorney. Although there are only 2-3 in Vancouver, there are close to 100 in Portland.
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