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Filed: AOS (pnd) Country: India
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hi every1. my mom-in-law had adopted a girl in 2004 in india. v had filed a petition 2 bring her here in 2007. her case's been denied 2day. it's because she can't satisfy the requirement of staying with her in India for 2 years.mom's a U S citizen.

now, can smbody tell us what options v have?

has anybody gone through the same situation?

plz help. she really needs 2 be here since there's no body 2 take care of her and she's gonna be 18 this year in Nov. i think v can't bring her here if she's older than 18.

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