I came to usa being a DV green card.
Im planning to go back home, get married and bring my spouse.
What is the processing length and the possibility.
What visa she will get , ?
Im intending to apply her shortly.
Im new in usa though.
You will begin by filing a Form I-130 immigrant petition with USCIS on her behalf. Once the "priority date" on the case filing receipt you'll receive from USCIS becomes "current", then wife will be able to proceed with filing for her immigrant visa abroad at her home country US consulate. It is currently taking 1.5 years for the PD under the Family F-2A category to become current. The Immigrant visa process will also take at least 6-9 additional months to process. You may analyze and compare the progression of the F-2A category's PD every month in DOS' "Visa Bulletin" - Google it, subscribe to it - it is free.
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This is an unwise decision. A lawful permanent resident cannot 'immediately' get a visa for a spouse. That means that your future wife can be stuck outside the U. S. for years waiting for her priority date due to the unreasonably small visa quota.
You should try to maintain the relationship, have her consider a student visa, but secure enough continuous physical presence, that is, five years living in the U. S. To apply for Citizenship by Naturalization.
Otherwise, you both may be heartbroken or you may lose your permanent resident status if you stay outside the U. S. too long by giving up your physical residence, among other requirements of naturalization.
I strongly recommend an appointment with a competent and experienced immigration attorney before the situation becomes more complicated. Good luck.
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As Mr. Behar says, it will take 2-3 years for your wife to be admitted to the U.S. with an immigrant visa. You can't stay outside the U.S. all that time, since you will lose your own status. So you will have to return to the U.S., file the I-130 petition, and wait. You can marry her, but unless she has some other way to come to the U.S. (student visa or work visa), you will be separated for that time.
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