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Family Unification Green Card

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Filed: Citizen (pnd) Country: Russia


My Wife (USC) applied for a Family Unification Green Card for her Mother. During the time waiting for the process, we would like her Mother to come visit us; she has visited us 5 times in the past on tourist visa's.

Might she have a problem getting a visa to visit since she has a pending application for a Green Card ?

Has anyone had this kind of experience ?

Many thanks.

Duncan and Anna

September 6, 2003: First meeting in St. Petersburg

March 30, 2004: Engaged in Lisbon, Portugal

October 14, 2004: Arrival in Dallas ! [404 days after we met!!]

January 8, 2005: Married !!!!

January 22, 2005: Honeymoon !

January 31, 2005: Home.. life as Mr. and Mrs. begins [VERY happily!]

September 30, 2005: Green card approved !!!!

October 12, 2005: Anna received her Green Card!

August 14, 2008: Daughter Alexandra is born.

April 21, 2009: Anna becomes US Citizen!

May 28, 2009: Applied for Mother-in-Law's green card.

"Love does not consist in gazing at each other but in looking outward, together in the same direction." Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

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