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Good morning VJ members 

My wife and son (infant) are visiting me in Saudi since March 2020, my son visa will expire soon and they must leave back to USA, they are living alone in USA and my wife can’t take care of him alone there specially in the pandemic situation in USA, I am waiting for the interview, do you think if I emailed the embassy they will consider the case as emergency situation?

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26 minutes ago, ebaid said:

Good morning VJ members 

My wife and son (infant) are visiting me in Saudi since March 2020, my son visa will expire soon and they must leave back to USA, they are living alone in USA and my wife can’t take care of him alone there specially in the pandemic situation in USA, I am waiting for the interview, do you think if I emailed the embassy they will consider the case as emergency situation?

You can always email them but it is not an emergency situation.  There are hundreds of thousands of women raising children alone throughout the world during this pandemic.  


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Wondering why your son needs a visa?


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Assumed he would have a passport.


“If you know the enemy and know yourself, you need not fear the result of a hundred battles. If you know yourself but not the enemy, for every victory gained you will also suffer a defeat. If you know neither the enemy nor yourself, you will succumb in every battle.”

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5 hours ago, Villanelle said:

Are you also going to ask the Saudi gov to expedite whatever process you need so your son can stay there with you? 

The problem is my son’s visa is valid for 3 months only, they gov already extended it while pandemic for extra 3 months, and it will be expire next month 

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4 hours ago, man1234 said:

Hi , when was your DQ from NVC , I’m also still waiting for my interview at Riyadh embassy , and I try to expedite my case 2 times but they refuse . 

It was DQ Last June 19

what was ur reason for expediting?

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10 minutes ago, ebaid said:

The problem is my son’s visa is valid for 3 months only, they gov already extended it while pandemic for extra 3 months, and it will be expire next month 

Sorry.  The US Government will not expedite your case because your son's visa to stay in Saudi Arabia will expire.  Separation is a part of the immigration process.  

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6 hours ago, ebaid said:

It was DQ Last June 19

what was ur reason for expediting?

That’s long wait for interview, I wonder why 1 year to get interview date. That’s way before the suspension of service,

 

first was the police clearance expiry 

then the second reason my husband signed our home lease both was rejected also I said we are mission critical and I’m spouse visa married to citizen. 
 

they say I will have to wait for months before I get date. 

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11 hours ago, aaron2020 said:

Sorry.  The US Government will not expedite your case because your son's visa to stay in Saudi Arabia will expire.  Separation is a part of the immigration process.  

I didn’t say the main reason is because my sons visa will expire

 

I wrote they will be alone there and my wife needs back to her work and there’s no one will take care of our son while pandemic, and my son visa will expire it’s mean must leave the country 

 

and I read here there’s a lady they accepted her expedited for interview coz her husband is alone in USA and no one can take care of him while pandemic 

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21 minutes ago, ebaid said:

I didn’t say the main reason is because my sons visa will expire

 

I wrote they will be alone there and my wife needs back to her work and there’s no one will take care of our son while pandemic, and my son visa will expire it’s mean must leave the country 

 

and I read here there’s a lady they accepted her expedited for interview coz her husband is alone in USA and no one can take care of him while pandemic 


What you read is different from your case. That is most likely an adult who cannot care for himself and has nobody that can care for him or he cannot afford care. Keep in mind that adult care can be expensive. 
 

Does your wife have family or friends in the US who can help her care for the baby while she is working? Otherwise, daycare is an option. Has she taken maternity leave? If not, she can take this time to find someone to care for the baby. 
 

As others have said, immigration involves being apart. In very rare cases are people together fir the process. During the process, though I was a few bus rides or flight away I had to be apart from my then fiancee for extended periods of time. 

Edited by CDN(ON)-USA(VT)

 

 

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