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hi Fellows.

i am asking this question for my friend.

His Mother is petitioner and she applied for her two sons and 1 daughter.His Mother was died before he got his Interview letter,But they did inform about this to embassy .After interview both brother's approved and got visa's and now they are in usa from last 2 years and there sister she was'nt approved and after that she got married and there visa category was f2b .some days ago ISB Embassy done field investigation and found her mother is not in this world now and she got married and he said now your case is over and finished.

My friend wana ask this thing will effect on his case? ,both brother are green card holder .

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Another one of those where it depends would be the answer without more information.

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Both Brother's are in usa and sister is in pakistan and she did not get her visa yet.

hi Fellows.

i am asking this question for my friend.

His Mother is petitioner and she applied for her two sons and 1 daughter.His Mother was died before he got his Interview letter,But they did inform about this to embassy .After interview both brother's approved and got visa's and now they are in usa from last 2 years and there sister she was'nt approved and after that she got married and there visa category was f2b .some days ago ISB Embassy done field investigation and found her mother is not in this world now and she got married and he said now your case is over and finished.

My friend wana ask this thing will effect on his case? ,both brother are green card holder .

Okay, I am trying to understand the facts.

1. Mother was the petitioner and passed before any of the brothers or sister had interview.

2. Brothers and sister notified the embassy or USCIS of mother's death. (was this true?). Why will your friend be worried about his case unless if it wasn't true? If it wasn't true, it will come up at time when they will need to do ROC to remove conditions on their green cards.

3. The brothers were the only ones who got interview letters and then approved and the sister did not. I am confused. Why was the sister not approved? Did she ever receive an interview letter? Did she have an interview? Was she place in AP after the interview? Did she notified USCIS or the embassy that her mother passed?

4. If sister's case was still pending at the embassy level, why did she get married? Otherwise there was no need for embassy personal to investigate her case unless she was place in AP (admin processing) and she already had the interview and field personal from embassy investigated her because they did not believe she was single and found out that she is married instead and on top of that found out that her petitioner is not longer here. Maybe, is that the reason she was told her case is over and finished? Lying will definitely put her in that situation. I am speculating here so maybe your friend can elaborate more about what happened exactly with his sister petition ;-)

Good luck!

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*The material presented is intended for general information only and does not constitute legal advice*

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12/03/2013 -- I-130s Sent, 12/06/2013 -- I-130s Received                                           12/13/2013 -- I-129F Sent, 12/16/2013 -- I-129F Received           

12/10/2013 -- I-130s NOA1 Hard copies received from VSC                                         12/20/2013 -- I-129F NOA1 Hard copy from VSC           

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06/09/2014 -- I-130s RFE Emails, 06/12/2014 -- I-130s RFE Hard copies received       02/25/2014 -- I-129F Alien Registration Number Changed

06/16/2014 -- I-130s RFE Response received                                                              07/11/2014 -- I-129F NOA2 email (207 days)

09/25/2014 -- I-130 NOA2 Emails 290 days                                                                 07/16/2014 -- I-129F NOA2 Hard copy received and sent to NVC        

NVC - K3 Wife/K4 Daughter

07-29-2014 -- NVC received I129F                                                                           

07-31-2014 -- NVC case number assigned

08-01-2014 -- Left NVC in route to Embassy in Lima

Embassy - K3 Wife/K4 Daughter

08-07-2014 -- Embassy in Lima received case from NVC                                        

08-07-2014 -- Received email interview letter and packet IV

08-18-2014 -- Completed DS-160 online                                                                 

08-21-2014 -- Medical & Vaccination completed

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09-05-2014 -- Visa Issued (CEAC website)

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01/14/2015 -- I-485 Ready for interview

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02/14/2015 -- I-765 Approved - EAD card production email and text

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03/17/2015 -- CR6/CR7 Welcome letters received                                               

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01/12/2017 -- I-751 Sent

01/17/2017 -- I-751 NOA Received for wife and daughter

02/23/2017 -- I-751 / CRI89 Biometrics Appointment for wife and daughter

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Okay, I am trying to understand the facts.

1. Mother was the petitioner and passed before any of the brothers or sister had interview.

A:Mother passed after sons interview

2. Brothers and sister notified the embassy or USCIS of mother's death. (was this true?). Why will your friend be worried about his case unless if it wasn't true? If it wasn't true, it will come up at time when they will need to do ROC to remove conditions on their green cards.

A:sister was in admin process and she is still in admin process.and they did not inform the embassy that their mother passed.

3. The brothers were the only ones who got interview letters and then approved and the sister did not. I am confused. Why was the sister not approved? Did she ever receive an interview letter? Did she have an interview? Was she place in AP after the interview? Did she notified USCIS or the embassy that her mother passed?

A:yes the brother's were the only who got the interview letters and their sister not got letter .sister priority date was diffrent i think because of her age.before 2 years of interview brother's were under f2a category but later because of age visa category changed into f2b.

Both Brothers are in usa from last 2 years and permanent resident.

4. If sister's case was still pending at the embassy level, why did she get married? Otherwise there was no need for embassy personal to investigate her case unless she was place in AP (admin processing) and she already had the interview and field personal from embassy investigated her because they did not believe she was single and found out that she is married instead and on top of that found out that her petitioner is not longer here. Maybe, is that the reason she was told her case is over and finished. Lying will definitely put her in that situation. I am speculating here so maybe your friend can elaborate more about what happened exactly with his sister petition ;-)

A:she was married because she was getting old and pakistani culture is diffrent.

Now tell me this thing will effect the brother's green cards ?

Good luck!

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If the mother passed after the sons got the interview and green cards, then I don't believe they will have an issue with their green cards.

About the sister, if she would had just communicated the embassy or USCIS maybe she would have been able to keep her application going under sectiom 204, see link:

http://www.uscis.gov/green-card/green-card-through-family/basic-eligibility-section-204l-relief-surviving-relatives

I think now the embassy thinks she lied about it by not telling.


*The material presented is intended for general information only and does not constitute legal advice*

USCIS - IR1/CR1 Wife/IR2 Daughter - K3 Wife/K4 Daughter

12/03/2013 -- I-130s Sent, 12/06/2013 -- I-130s Received                                           12/13/2013 -- I-129F Sent, 12/16/2013 -- I-129F Received           

12/10/2013 -- I-130s NOA1 Hard copies received from VSC                                         12/20/2013 -- I-129F NOA1 Hard copy from VSC           

06/05/2014 -- I-130s Alien Registration Numbers Changed                                           02/12/2014 -- I-129F Transferred from VSC to TSC hard copy                                       

06/09/2014 -- I-130s RFE Emails, 06/12/2014 -- I-130s RFE Hard copies received       02/25/2014 -- I-129F Alien Registration Number Changed

06/16/2014 -- I-130s RFE Response received                                                              07/11/2014 -- I-129F NOA2 email (207 days)

09/25/2014 -- I-130 NOA2 Emails 290 days                                                                 07/16/2014 -- I-129F NOA2 Hard copy received and sent to NVC        

NVC - K3 Wife/K4 Daughter

07-29-2014 -- NVC received I129F                                                                           

07-31-2014 -- NVC case number assigned

08-01-2014 -- Left NVC in route to Embassy in Lima

Embassy - K3 Wife/K4 Daughter

08-07-2014 -- Embassy in Lima received case from NVC                                        

08-07-2014 -- Received email interview letter and packet IV

08-18-2014 -- Completed DS-160 online                                                                 

08-21-2014 -- Medical & Vaccination completed

09-03-2014 -- Interview (Approved)                                                                        

09-05-2014 -- Visa Issued (CEAC website)

09-10-2014 -- Visa in hand                                                                                      

09-18-2014 -- Dulles VA

USCIS - AOS Wife/Daughter

12/10/2014 -- I-485 Sent - including I-765                                                            

12/11/2014 -- I-485 Received

12/16/2014 -- I-485 and I-765 NOA Received email                                             

12/20/2014 -- I-485 and I-765 NOA Hard copies received

01/09/2015 -- I-485 and I-765 Biometrics appointment                                       

01/14/2015 -- I-485 Ready for interview

02/02/2015 -- I-485 Interview notification received                                             

02/14/2015 -- I-765 Approved - EAD card production email and text

02/24/2015 -- I-765 EAD card received                                                              

 03/12/2015 -- I-485 Interview Date (APPROVED)

03/17/2015 -- CR6/CR7 Welcome letters received                                               

03/21/2015 -- CR6/CR7 Green Cards received :dance:

USCIS - ROC Wife/Daughter

01/12/2017 -- I-751 Sent

01/17/2017 -- I-751 NOA Received for wife and daughter

02/23/2017 -- I-751 / CRI89 Biometrics Appointment for wife and daughter

12/26/2017 -- I-751 / CRI89 Approved for wife and daughter

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