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Hello guys! My fiance and I are thinking to call the USCIS to ask for an expedition of our i 129f petition. My fiance who is 67 y.o will undergo bone marrow biosy because his doctor is suspecting a recorrence of his leukemia. He was in remission for 5 years, diagnosed last 2005 and every five years he gets chemotherpy so probably he will get this done this year. He is living alone and needs someone to take care of him since he doesnt have a family member living close to him. When he needed an eyer surgery he couldnt drive going back so he asked help from veterans affair to drive him back. But at this time i think he needs someone to take care of him and i am so worried because he doesnt have someone with him.

My question is that do you think the USCIS will expedite our case for that reason? I hope so because i wanted to be with him in times he needs someone plus he never saw our son yet and its been 9 mos were apart and our son is already 7 mos. I want me and my son to be with him and if necessary i may need to leave my son in our country for awhile to be able to take care of my fiance during his chemotherapy trearment.

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You won't know until you try. Here is the link for the USCIS expedite criteria: http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria


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Hello guys! My fiance and I are thinking to call the USCIS to ask for an expedition of our i 129f petition. My fiance who is 67 y.o will undergo bone marrow biosy because his doctor is suspecting a recorrence of his leukemia. He was in remission for 5 years, diagnosed last 2005 and every five years he gets chemotherpy so probably he will get this done this year. He is living alone and needs someone to take care of him since he doesnt have a family member living close to him. When he needed an eyer surgery he couldnt drive going back so he asked help from veterans affair to drive him back. But at this time i think he needs someone to take care of him and i am so worried because he doesnt have someone with him.

My question is that do you think the USCIS will expedite our case for that reason? I hope so because i wanted to be with him in times he needs someone plus he never saw our son yet and its been 9 mos were apart and our son is already 7 mos. I want me and my son to be with him and if necessary i may need to leave my son in our country for awhile to be able to take care of my fiance during his chemotherapy trearment.

Here is the criteria for an expedite from USCIS: http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria

Is the child your fiance's son also? If yes, have you completed CBRA (consulate report of birth abroad) for him to obtain his U.S. citizen?


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Yes i have completed and will get our sons crba certificate and us passport this month.

He already called the USCIS and they seem to think he qualifies for the expedition but they need his doctors letter stating his diagnosis and prognosis. So we will give it a trym hope it works because i want to be with him when he will be receiving a chemotherapy.

Here is the criteria for an expedite from USCIS: http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria

Is the child your fiance's son also? If yes, have you completed CBRA (consulate report of birth abroad) for him to obtain his U.S. citizen?

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