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The i-130 petition for my minor stepson (standalone petition) has been approved. We are still waiting for the NVC Case number. I would like to request for expedite, I wonder if our reason would qualify for it. Last October 2016, due to a very strong typhoon, my father in-law's house was  damaged, the entire roof was gone. The got a DSWD Disaster assistance card to prove this, aside from photos. They were able to do some repair but the ceiling still leaks and every time there's a non stop heavy rain/typhoon like what's happening at the moment, the house is flooded again. Would this be a possible reason to expedite. The kid will have his interview at USEM Manila. 

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