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We are petitioning my brother-in-law, who's 22 and who lives in Morocco. My husband just received his citizenship. This is new to me... do people get denied on a regular basis? Approved on a regular basis? Is it a sure thing? Just trying to keep his hopes up... but how horrible would it be to wait 10 years hoping you have a future to only get denied. What are some experiences and thoughts out there? Thanks!


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10 years would be fast.

Prior immigration violations

Criminal history

Probably the two that come most to mind.


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Hi,

There is no "we" in petitioning for your brother-in-law. Your husband is the only petitioner.

The I-130 will be approved based on your husband sending in his and his brother's birth certificates to prove a common parent and that they are in fact siblings.

People can be denied immigration visas for many things; US immigration violations, belonging to the Communist Party, certain crimes, ties to terrorism, etc.

There is NEVER a sure thing in US immigration.

Most people get their visas. The ones who don't have a problem that disqualifies them from getting immigrant visas.

Edited by aaron2020

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I realise uscis does not require a 'we'. They only need one person. I simply stated 'we' because "we' are a family unit and we do things as a family unit... decisions, etc. I realise that my husband is technically the one needed, qualified party here, being the newly America Citizen. I have that (him), and he has me doing the paperwork.... hense the word 'we'. His brother is just a common 22 year old. No affiliations with anything. No criminal history. Etc.

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“You cannot enter heaven until you believe, and you will not truly believe until you (truly) love one another.” [Muslim, Al-Iman (Faith); 93]

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