It is possible. Hire an experienced immigration attorney to help.
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Yes it is possible. See the link provided below for the current processing times.
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I agree with my collegues. This is possible. Something to keep in mind however is that the U visa is not generally used for travel. I would recommend contacting an attorney to help prepare your entry (and the entry of your spouse) into the U.S. should you encounter difficulty.