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The k1 or k3 both take about the same amount of time. So you matter as well do the k3 so she enters with her green card and doesn't have to do anything else with immigration when she arrives. As to visiting in the interim, since she already has a visitor visa she may be able to use that but if she is asked if she has filed an immigrant visa she will have to say yes and they may not allow her to visit. That is a small risk and no one can tell you for sure what will happen. Typically they do not want people visiting while they are in the immigrant process. The safest thing would be for you to visit her, I just cannot tell you what the officer at the port of entry will do.
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I understand k1 visa (single entry to come to the Us to get married and then file for AOS) is taking approx 5+ months; does this mean with the K3 visa my spouse could potentially cme to the US in 5 + months (based on currnet timelines) with a green card?
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