Once my husbands I-130 is approved and interview is set does it have to take place in the country where he is from? He has no crimal recored here in the U.S or in Honduras but we are still nervous having to go there is it a trap or is this normal?
If he is not eligible to adjust his status in the United States, then yes, he'll have to return to his country of origin to have the visa interview. It is probably a good idea to consult with an immigration attorney to determine whether he can get it in the United States.
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