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My mom overstayed her stay outside the US. She applied for a returning visa but got denied. I'm reapplying for her but have some questions:

1. How do I apply? submit an I-130 for her?

2. Does she need to return her green card before I apply for her?

3. Item# 9 and 10 on I-130 form ask for social security and Alien numbers? Should I put her current social security and alien numbers or are these supposed to be left blank in her case?

4. Will she be getting a new alien number and should she apply for a new social security number when she comes back?

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Filed: F-2A Visa Country: Macedonia
Timeline

for how long she overstayed , outside USA?


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Our case fits in F2A Category and i am the beneficiary! :)
USCIS Stage
07/18/2013- I-130 Sent
07/22/2013 - Priority Date
09/14/2013 - Transfer Notice: VSC to NSC
01/03/2014 - RFE
01/18/2014 - RFE Responded
02/27/2014 - NOA2- Approved
02/28/2014 - Case Shipped to NVC
NVC Stage
04/18/2014 - Received Case Number & IIN
04/18/2014 - DS-261 generated & filled
04/18/2014 - AOS fee bil generated & paid
04/18/2014 - IV Pakcet fee bill generated
05/04/2014 - IV Packet fee paid
06/16/2014 - AOS Packet sent
08/05/2014 - Checklist
09/18/2014 - IV Packet Sent + AOS
11/12/2014 - Case Completed at NVC
03/02/2015 - Interview Date received in e-mail and phone
03/02/2015 - NVC Left
CONSULATE
03/04/2015 - Received Case
04/06/2015 - Medical
04/15/2015 - Interview - APPROVED!
CEAC STATUS
READY - APRIL 15,16,17,18,19,20
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING - APRIL 20,21
READY - APRIL 21,22,23,24,25,26,27,and 28
ADMINISTRATIVE PROCESSING - APRIL 28
ISSUED - APRIL 28 - SAME DAY VISA IN HAND!!!!
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How long was she outside of the US that she had to apply for an SB1 visa? In any case if she lost her LPR status she has to start over from scratch so yes you would start with an I-130. Then the NVC process, affidavit of support, civil docs, medical, you know the drill.


This does not constitute legal advice.

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