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Filed: Other Country: Mexico
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I'm very new to this forum so I want to apologize for errors in questions. My wife was just pardoned through an H-212 by the the USCIS Dept. all documents were sent to the U.S Consulate in Juarez Mexico. An application form I-130 was sent to Consulate and we were told at this point, we should be receiving a packet to fill out information and an appointment for her Visa consultation. Is their any other information that we are missing or should.

I would appreciate any information

Thank you

Frederick

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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Unusual to just need a I212 solo, so as it sounds you do not have a lawyer, probably best to start with your wife's immigration history.


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Filed: Other Country: Mexico
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My wife was deported and her green card was revoked. A H-121 pardon application that went through USCIS and was Approved, the information and documents were forward to U.S. Embassy in Washington. This was needed for her to reapply for readmission to the U.S. After the approval a application I believe it was a I-130 application was sent for her Visa. (She did have a green card before) she is trying to get it back. We are wondering a little about the process of getting the Visa it-self. After the application do you wait for a packet to arrive??? We do have an attorney but are anxious and making sure we doing everything we are suppose to.

Thanks for you response

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Filed: K-1 Visa Country: Wales
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How did she lose her GC?


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