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my uncle was petitioned by her mom who is LPR, he got married and the embassy found out the situation.. he was denied for a visa.. is there any way he can do to go to america? what if my grandma who is his petitioner will file for a citizenship, could this change his status? please help..

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my uncle was petitioned by her mom who is LPR, he got married and the embassy found out the situation.. he was denied for a visa.. is there any way he can do to go to america? what if my grandma who is his petitioner will file for a citizenship, could this change his status? please help..

Sorry. Your uncle is out of luck. An LPR can not petition for a married child. So when your uncle got married, he became an ineligible beneficiary and the petition for him was revoked. Once revoked, this petition is useless to your uncle. Nothing can be done to revive it.

If your grandmother becomes a US citizen, she can apply for because a USC can petition for a married child in the F3 family preference category. However, your uncle would have to begin from the start. The old petition for him does not matter. Your uncle has about an 18 years wait. If your grandmother dies during the 18 years wait, your uncle cannot get a visa since there would not be an eligible petitioner.

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Filed: Other Country: Philippines
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my uncle was petitioned by her mom who is LPR, he got married and the embassy found out the situation.. he was denied for a visa.. is there any way he can do to go to america? what if my grandma who is his petitioner will file for a citizenship, could this change his status? please help..

Sorry. Your uncle is out of luck. An LPR can not petition for a married child. So when your uncle got married, he became an ineligible beneficiary and the petition for him was revoked. Once revoked, this petition is useless to your uncle. Nothing can be done to revive it.

If your grandmother becomes a US citizen, she can apply for because a USC can petition for a married child in the F3 family preference category. However, your uncle would have to begin from the start. The old petition for him does not matter. Your uncle has about an 18 years wait. If your grandmother dies during the 18 years wait, your uncle cannot get a visa since there would not be an eligible petitioner.

how sad.... :crying:

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Filed: Country: Vietnam (no flag)
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my uncle was petitioned by her mom who is LPR, he got married and the embassy found out the situation.. he was denied for a visa.. is there any way he can do to go to america? what if my grandma who is his petitioner will file for a citizenship, could this change his status? please help..

Sorry. Your uncle is out of luck. An LPR can not petition for a married child. So when your uncle got married, he became an ineligible beneficiary and the petition for him was revoked. Once revoked, this petition is useless to your uncle. Nothing can be done to revive it.

If your grandmother becomes a US citizen, she can apply for because a USC can petition for a married child in the F3 family preference category. However, your uncle would have to begin from the start. The old petition for him does not matter. Your uncle has about an 18 years wait. If your grandmother dies during the 18 years wait, your uncle cannot get a visa since there would not be an eligible petitioner.

how sad.... :crying:

Yup. There are so many sad stories like this here on the forum - people who get married and become ineligible for visas.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Turkey
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sorry to hear the story,

hey guys i am about to start filing petition for my sister in turkey..she is over 21 but single...

and i just bocome a U.S citizen last week... I really need help on that matter..where do i start and such...

all the answers would be appreciated...


karma...

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sorry to hear the story,

hey guys i am about to start filing petition for my sister in turkey..she is over 21 but single...

and i just bocome a U.S citizen last week... I really need help on that matter..where do i start and such...

all the answers would be appreciated...

Start by reading the guides.

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...p;page=ussibpet

http://www.visajourney.com/forums/index.ph...&page=ussib

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