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Applying for 10 years green card but sponsor husband died?

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Cambodia

I've been to USA 9 months so far. My step dad just passed away recently. He sponsored my mom to come USA as K1 visa along with me as K2 visa. We already got our 2 years green card. Can anyone tell me How can apply for 10 years green card with this situation? do I need any forms to fill in? Please detail me how to do step by step with this situation. Thank you very much appreciate about this.

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Filed: AOS (apr) Country: England

you might want to ask in the "effects of major family changes on immigration benefits" forum, they might know better there.... i THINK i've heard that you'll still be eligible, but im not 100% positive

POE: 5/17/2011

Wedding: 5/21/2011

AOS Mailed: 6/17/2011

NOA1 6/27/2011

RFE 7/13/2011

EAD approved 8/22/2011 :)

AOS Approved 9/14/2011 :) :) :)

USCIS Free till 2013!!!!!!!!! :)

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