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Hello All,

How are you.I see you can apply more then one petitions.like a petition from spouse and a petition from parents and another petition from employer.

is it right to do so.

if you apply a petition from spouse then a petition from parents would become dead or its still processing.

please give me some info about it.

Thanks for all of ur help.

bbye

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Hello All,

How are you.I see you can apply more then one petitions.like a petition from spouse and a petition from parents and another petition from employer.

is it right to do so.

if you apply a petition from spouse then a petition from parents would become dead or its still processing.

please give me some info about it.

Thanks for all of ur help.

bbye

correct, a person can have more than one petition at the same time, since they are processed separatly and have their own time.

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correct, a person can have more than one petition at the same time, since they are processed separatly and have their own time.

my mother applied for me when she was on green card.now after 6 years she has become citizen and my case should be current within this year.

in the meanwhile I got married and divorced with US citizen.

is my mother petition still alive.

please advice

thanks

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my mother applied for me when she was on green card.now after 6 years she has become citizen and my case should be current within this year.

in the meanwhile I got married and divorced with US citizen.

is my mother petition still alive.

please advice

thanks

Yes buth there's one problem.

and the other petiton?

you've only talked about one. With this case the problem lies is whether you married after she became a USC, LPR cannot petition for married children. If you married before she became a uSC, then the marriage voided the petition. It doesn't matter if you now are divorced, you should never have married before you mother became a USC. The officer will check the date on marriage license and the date she became a USC.

now if you married after she became a USC then there is no problem, since USC can file for married or unmarried children. the petition is always out there unless the petitioner cancels it.

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