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Motion to Reopen Form 290B

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Okay we have reread the instruction on the 290B form a hundred times and are still confused..It says that only the petioner can sign it..here is the question..we are asking to have denied 485 reopened..my understanding is that the petioner is the one who signed the original I-130 and the one who signs the 485 is merely an applicant??

I am asking because I read on here that someone else had a 290B denied because it was signed by the USC..to further confuse things when you call about the 485 application they will only speak to the person who it concerns being the applicant..

I hope to God I have not wasted another $585 because my husband who is the USC signed the 290B to reopen the 485 for my daughter...

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