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Expired immigrant visa (EB3), never used

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Filed: EB-3 Visa Country: New Zealand

Good day everyone,

My name is Vinal.

I have a question for everyone.

I was given an EB3 visa in 2014 (petitioned by an employer), however due to the poor health of my father (I was the only relative he had), I had to keep deferring my immigration to the states until my immigrant visa expired.

My questions are:

1.) Will this pose a problem for when I decide to immigrate to the States again?

2.) What will be my priority date? Will it be my old priority date in 2005 or will USCIS give me a new one?

Thanks very much.

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Filed: Citizen (apr) Country: Argentina


none, you would have to find and employer who would file for you, start all over again.

new petition, new everything, forget about the old petition.

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