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 U.S. Arrival Dates for Foreign National Spouse

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             (Work Center)
             (Base, STATE  ZIP)

SUBJECT: U.S. Arrival Dates for <FNAME> <MaidenName]

1. The purpose of this letter is to explain the conflicting dates between my marriage certificate and the later date <FNAME> <MI>. <LNAME>, my wife, entered the U.S. as referenced on the Designated Location Move Letter. On ## <Month> <Year> I PCSed to <BASE> AFB, <State>. from Osan AB, Korea on unaccompanied PCS orders. <FNAME> arrived in the U.S. with a non-immigrant fiancée visa on ## <Month> <Year> for our wedding on ## <Month> <Year>. Due to an expected departure date of late <Month> <Year> for an AEF deployment to the 1st ERS, RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus my wife flew back to Korea on ## <Month> <Year>. The 3 weeks <FNAME> was in <State>, and the remaining time before my deployment, was not sufficient time to complete the three month process to file proper forms that would award <FNAME> permanent U.S. resident status.

2. Without permanent residency <FNAME> was not able to return to the U.S. without first re-accomplishing her visa. After <FNAME> arrived back in Korea on ## <Month> <Year>, the two of us began working on an immigrant CR1 visa. The CR1 visa would allow <FNAME> permanent resident status upon entering the U.S. On ## <Month> <Year>, <FNAME> received her immigrant visa and on ## <Month> <Year> she arrived in the U.S. giving her permanent resident status.

3. Attached is a copy of my orders to RAF Akrotiri, Cyprus.  Please contact via e-mail <OFFICIAL EMAIL ADDRESS> or by phone DSN XXX-XXXX  with any questions.

                                                                                              (REQUESTER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK)
                                                                                              Job title
                                                                                              FR 123-45-6789

                                                                                              (COMMANDER'S SIGNATURE BLOCK) 


Reminder, the closing line is 5 spaces below the last line of text.

Reference the following letters in conjunction with this one:

Command Sponsorship Tour Request
Commander's Assessment of Spouse for Accompanied Assignment Request
Designated Location Move (DLM)

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