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Reinstatement of approved I-30 petition after petitioner's death.

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Hi.

Presently we are residing as legally working residents in USA. We have come to USA in 2016.

My husband's mother, who was a US citizen had filed family petition I-130 for her children in Oct, 2008. The petition was approved in June 2010. Unfortunately his mother passed away in Feb, 2018. All other beneficiaries (sibling) residing outside US recieved revocation letters from USCIS last year in Nov. However, in our case we have not recieved any notification of action.

In case of my husband's siblings, one of my husband's sister who is a US citizen has filed an appeal of reinstatement of approved I-130 petition, under section 204(l) relief of immigration and nationality act, for her siblings outside US. 

Now my question is that since we have not recieved any revocation letter from USCIS as yet, should we apply for reinstatement of petition too under the same relief section 204(l). 

And should we submit an application with form I-864, where my husband will show all his documents of proof that he is eligible to support his family in US and that at no point in time we will become a burden on US government. 

Or is there another rule to approach in our case where we would request yo expedite case of our approved I-130 petition by my mother-in-law.

TIA

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On what basis are you residing in the US?


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14 minutes ago, SayDiya said:

Asylum I-589

Well that would seem easier and quicker. From memory after 1 year?


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45 minutes ago, Boiler said:

Well that would seem easier and quicker. From memory after 1 year?

What does this mean 'From memory after 1 year?'. I fail to understand. I am sorry. Can you please elaborate.

Thank you

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You are getting permanent residency through asylum, which is relatively quick so why go this way?


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14 minutes ago, Boiler said:

You are getting permanent residency through asylum, which is relatively quick so why go this way?

To us it seems that since the family petition matured as per the cases being reviewed from the time back in 2008 when it was applied by his mother, we should apply either for reinstatement of revoked petition....or as per my understanding as asylee we should apply for change of status as permanent residents, but then it could take another 6-10 years from now.

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