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A letter from your father's physician stating his current condition. Also proof of how this relates to needing your spouse in the US. Will he watch your kids while you take your dad to doctors appts? Will he bring uour dad to doctors appts? Why no one else in your family can provide such tasks ...etc. it doesn't matter that your father is sick. It only matters if you can tie the condition to your spouse's presence in the US.


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A letter from your father's physician stating his current condition. Also proof of how this relates to needing your spouse in the US. Will he watch your kids while you take your dad to doctors appts? Will he bring uour dad to doctors appts? Why no one else in your family can provide such tasks ...etc. it doesn't matter that your father is sick. It only matters if you can tie the condition to your spouse's presence in the US.

Does it make a differnce if my father is 76 years old? What if my father wrote a letter saying he needing him here to help the family? When I write my letter what should it say?How else can I tie it all in to?

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Does it make a differnce if my father is 76 years old? What if my father wrote a letter saying he needing him here to help the family? When I write my letter what should it say?How else can I tie it all in to?

Your father can say what he wants but you have to prove it by fact not by feeling. How you prove it depends on the situation...I gavd you some examples in my previous post. Your father is not a qualifying relative for the waiver though so it's a tough argument unless 1) you directly care for your father by taking him to appts or tend to his other needs and no other relative ie sibling can do it 2) your husband will watch your children while you work or take care of your father or 3) your husband will take your father to his appts and tend to his needs while you work.

You may have other reasons why you can't live in your spouse's country and why you cannot continue to live without him in the US. I'd concentrate on those unless you can relate your father's condition like I've said above.


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Momof1 is right--they may give you the "not a qualifying relative" argument. If you decide to go this route and you have siblings, you may want to include notarized letters from them indicating why they would be unable to care for your father. Also, as others have suggested, include your father's medical records and, if possible, a letter from your father's doctor indicating that you are required to care for him here in the USA.

Do you have other hardships? You have to not only show why your husband must come here, but also why you can't move.


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Momof1 is right--they may give you the "not a qualifying relative" argument. If you decide to go this route and you have siblings, you may want to include notarized letters from them indicating why they would be unable to care for your father. Also, as others have suggested, include your father's medical records and, if possible, a letter from your father's doctor indicating that you are required to care for him here in the USA.

Do you have other hardships? You have to not only show why your husband must come here, but also why you can't move.

Yes I do his mother is also sick she had a stroke a few years ago and it affected her vision and she can not work now but she isnt a us citzen so I dont know if that would work? My father is going to get a letter from the doctor showing everything and also going to write a letter explaining that he needs my husband to take him to the docs and since he is disabled now he needs my husband help with his farm work and me and my siblings arent able to help because we all have ft jobs,thanks for all the suggestions every little bit helps.

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