The processing time, from the day our law office files your I-130 Petition with the USCIS, to the day the CR1 or IR1 Visa is issued by the US Embassy in Brussels, Belgium is approximately:
All Belgium Nationals residing in Belgium must have their Spousal Visa applications processed at the US Embassy located in Brussels, Belgium. The application can only be adjudicated after the approved I-130 Petition is forwarded to the post by the National Visa Center in the United States.
If you are a Belgium National residing in a country other than Belgium, you may be eligible to process your spousal visa application in that foreign country. Contact our law firm today to find out if you or your fiancee meet the eligibility requirements.
Below, you will find some information about obtaining Belgium Marriage Certificates and related documents.
Issued upon a written request by the Officer of Vital Statistics (Officier de l’Etat Civil/Dienst Bevolking) of the commune where the marriage took place.
Divorce Decree: If desired, it may be obtained by written request, addressed to the Clerk of the Lower Court (Greffe du Tribunal de lere Instance/Griffie van de Rechtbank van Eerste Aanleg) in the commune in which the judgment was rendered.
Issued by the Officer of Vital Statistics (Officier de l’Etat Civil/Burgerlijke Stand) of the commune in which the death occurred.
For more information on other documents that will be required, you may visit our Belgium K1 Fiancee Visa Processing Times page.
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Spousal Visa processing times for countries near the Belgium: