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How do I answer this question ?

My wife is filling out the i130. 
 

My grandpa was a USC and filed for my mom, I believe I was 18 at the time. I’m pretty sure me and my siblings were included some how. 
 

the petition ended up getting approved but my grandpa passed away. 
 

anyways, not sure how to answer that question. 
 

can you guys help? 

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2 minutes ago, ykowalski said:

How do I answer this question ?

My wife is filling out the i130. 
 

My grandpa was a USC and filed for my mom, I believe I was 18 at the time. I’m pretty sure me and my siblings were included some how. 
 

the petition ended up getting approved but my grandpa passed away. 
 

anyways, not sure how to answer that question. 
 

can you guys help? 

Well of you think he included you answer yes.  Does you mom know?  You would have been listed as a derivative and not the principal beneficiary.


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5 minutes ago, ykowalski said:

How do I answer this question ?

My wife is filling out the i130. 
 

My grandpa was a USC and filed for my mom, I believe I was 18 at the time. I’m pretty sure me and my siblings were included some how. 
 

the petition ended up getting approved but my grandpa passed away. 
 

anyways, not sure how to answer that question. 
 

can you guys help? 

No.  You would have been a derivative beneficiary not named on any petition 


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2 minutes ago, ykowalski said:

I got a yes and a no lol. 
 

my mom still has NOA1 and NOA2. Would the answer be on there ? 
 

Is your name on it?


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13 minutes ago, Paul & Mary said:

Well of you think he included you answer yes.  Does you mom know?  You would have been listed as a derivative and not the principal beneficiary.

LISTED is NOT petitioned for. Subtle but important difference


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5 minutes ago, ykowalski said:

Just checked the NOA1, NOA2, it only has my moms name on it. Neither my siblings or my dad are mentioned on it.

 

There's your answer.   If you look at the i130, nowhere do you identify anything closely referred to as derivative beneficiaries.   You list spouses and children of the named beneficiary.    Plain and simple.


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1 minute ago, payxibka said:

There's your answer.   If you look at the i130, nowhere do you identify anything closely referred to as derivative beneficiaries.   You list spouses and children of the named beneficiary.    Plain and simple.

Good point, thank you. I'll go with no.

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