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Hello friends... I have been living in honduras for more then a year as a missionary,, met my fiancee... Sent the papers june 1, 2012.. Now im been faced with an extreme situation, where my life and my fiancees life is in danger... Ive been robbed 3 times in the past month, my fiancee and i keep are receiving phone calls from gangs, asking for huge amounts of money, and if we do not give them money, we are going to be harmed.. And also my fiancees family.. Her dad is a pastor from a small local church here. I dont know what to do.. Is there anything i can do to speed up this process!!! The situation here in honduras is very ugly,,, gangs take over neighborhoods, Every night is gunshots, and they throw stones breaking windows... Please help me

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I am sorry to hear the terrible news. Maybe you should be filing a different type of visa instead of the fiancee such as a Asylum. At this point, I suggest talking to an attorney.

Edited by neodragon0l

1/18/2013 - Married

3/5/2013 - Filed AOS, EAD & AP

3/7/2013 - USCIS Chicago rec'd applications

3/12/2013 - USCIS sends NOA1 email

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Hate to say this, but would they be better off if there wasn't a gringo hanging around?? Americans are generally seen as ATMs, by friends, family and strangers/criminals in Honduras. I'm sure there are churches and orphanages that would love an extra volunteer til the end of the year if you have to stay in Honduras. I wouldn't necessarily expect the calls to stop once you and your fiancee arrive either, funds are far too easy to transfer and threats seem more ominous to loved ones that are far away.

I suggest collecting recent news articles from your town (with translation would be good) to submit with expedite request. It seems like people are starting to get more expedites in Honduras because of the violence.

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Hello friends... I have been living in honduras for more then a year as a missionary,, met my fiancee... Sent the papers june 1, 2012.. Now im been faced with an extreme situation, where my life and my fiancees life is in danger... Ive been robbed 3 times in the past month, my fiancee and i keep are receiving phone calls from gangs, asking for huge amounts of money, and if we do not give them money, we are going to be harmed.. And also my fiancees family.. Her dad is a pastor from a small local church here. I dont know what to do.. Is there anything i can do to speed up this process!!! The situation here in honduras is very ugly,,, gangs take over neighborhoods, Every night is gunshots, and they throw stones breaking windows... Please help me

You would most likely qualify for humanitarian. But check


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