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Does this fall into expediting criteria?

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Expedite Criteria is..

these are the only ones that might apply to me

Extreme emergent situation

Humanitarian situation

Compelling interest of Uscis,

Ok would I be able to call and ask for expedited processing if I said that I have a form of High functioning autism as well as general anxiety disorder and ocd and I would benefit from my wife being here sooner to help me/whatever etc... would it work if i said something like that? it is all true.. My other question is would it possibly hurt me if it did work? like for example would they file the case as suspicious or something because they might think the marriage was invalid? any situation that falls under those three things could be thought of as invalid marriages anyways, I would assume once a case is expedited it does not matter why it was expedited in the first place.

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Expedite Criteria is..

these are the only ones that might apply to me

Extreme emergent situation

Humanitarian situation

Compelling interest of Uscis,

Ok would I be able to call and ask for expedited processing if I said that I have a form of High functioning autism as well as general anxiety disorder and ocd and I would benefit from my wife being here sooner to help me/whatever etc... would it work if i said something like that? it is all true.. My other question is would it possibly hurt me if it did work? like for example would they file the case as suspicious or something because they might think the marriage was invalid? any situation that falls under those three things could be thought of as invalid marriages anyways, I would assume once a case is expedited it does not matter why it was expedited in the first place.

Extreme Emergent situation = Key word is EXTREME... it essentially means a life or death situation or maybe an imminent deployment by a military person into a war zone or for a long-term deployment. I assume the child has lived his/her life without your wife... how is this extreme?

Humanitarian situation = is essentially based on the alien's situation (earthquake, war or other compelling EMERGENCY)

Compelling interest of the USCIS = how is an autistic child in the interest of the USCIS?


YMMV

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Extreme Emergent situation = Key word is EXTREME... it essentially means a life or death situation or maybe an imminent deployment by a military person into a war zone or for a long-term deployment. I assume the child has lived his/her life without your wife... how is this extreme?

Humanitarian situation = is essentially based on the alien's situation (earthquake, war or other compelling EMERGENCY)

Compelling interest of the USCIS = how is an autistic child in the interest of the USCIS?

I think OP is referring to himself, not his child.


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Yes I am talking about myself

OK... replace the word child with USC petitioner... nothing else changes...

1) it is not an extreme emergent situation, you have lived your entire life to date without your spouse, so you have managed with the support & medical system available to you.

2) Nothing changes here

3) Nothing changes here... your personal situation is not in the interests of the USCIS

Don't get me wrong, you can always request... but don't get your hopes up...


YMMV

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You also will have to have supporting documentation from your Doctor stating why you need your wife here sooner. USCIS does not expedite just because you say you have a medical problem. You have to prove it all and prove what would happen if she does not come here sooner.


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You also will have to have supporting documentation from your Doctor stating why you need your wife here sooner. USCIS does not expedite just because you say you have a medical problem. You have to prove it all and prove what would happen if she does not come here sooner.

okay, im not really sure if it would work or not in my case

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i don't think that is an expedite case.

also, it would look bad on you and make it seem like maybe you are unable to support an immigrant, in my opinion...


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I dont think those would be good reasons. Like stated above, it might actually work against you in the long run...but you can try...all they can tell you is no on the expediting....hopefully it doesnt hurt your case in the end though.


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I dont think those would be good reasons. Like stated above, it might actually work against you in the long run...but you can try...all they can tell you is no on the expediting....hopefully it doesnt hurt your case in the end though.

Its probably not worth it, like you and others said it could hurt me, so I guess I will forget about it

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