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Dear Sir/Madam;

I am a US citizen and I applied family for reunion for my wife and child living in Egypt. I immigration received my I130 applications on September 2nd of last year. They have not made any decisions yet;

I contacted them to discuss the reason for the delay and they didn't help much even though our application had way passed the legal waiting period. I have requested to expedite my application, but it was denied on July 10, 2015.then we make request and also we didnt have any response . And i send email to congressman also we didnt havevany response .

At the moment my wife and child's resident in egypy will expire by December of this year. Both my wife and my son are Syrian refugees in Egypt after the war in Syria had started.

My I-130 application is still pending in Texas;

I deeply appreciate any help you can do to help to join my family

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Hello Zaincham,

Have you tried emailing USCIS and requesting an expedite based on humanitarian crisis?

here is what is on the USCIS website:

USCIS review​s​ all​ expedite requests on a case-by-case basis and requests are granted at the discretion of the office leadership.​ The burden is on the applicant or petitioner to demonstrate that one or more of the e​xpedite criteria have been met.​​

​USCIS may expedite a​ petition or application if it meets one or more of the following criteria:​

  • Severe financial loss to company or ​person​;​
  • Emergency situation;​ (fits your case)
  • Humanitarian reasons; (fits your case)
  • Nonprofit organization whose request is in furtherance of the cultural and social interests of the United States​;​
  • Department of Defense or ​n​ational ​i​nterest ​s​ituation;​
  • USCIS error; or​
  • Compelling interest of USCIS.​

http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria

Edited by Reebs85

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Hello Zaincham,

Have you tried emailing USCIS and requesting an expedite based on humanitarian crisis?

here is what is on the USCIS website:

USCIS review​s​ all​ expedite requests on a case-by-case basis and requests are granted at the discretion of the office leadership.​ The burden is on the applicant or petitioner to demonstrate that one or more of the e​xpedite criteria have been met.​​

​USCIS may expedite a​ petition or application if it meets one or more of the following criteria:​

  • Severe financial loss to company or ​person​;​
  • Emergency situation;​ (fits your case)
  • Humanitarian reasons; (fits your case)
  • Nonprofit organization whose request is in furtherance of the cultural and social interests of the United States​;​
  • Department of Defense or ​n​ational ​i​nterest ​s​ituation;​
  • USCIS error; or​
  • Compelling interest of USCIS.​

http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria

Edited by Zina2011

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