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Hi 

 

hope everyone is doing well!

 

I am F3 2009 DQ aug 2020.. current in chart B but not A yet.

my mother in law has had a few health issues this past year and needs 3 possibly 4 operations, 2 knees which isn’t the worst but the 1/2 are very dangerous she had 1 years ago which nearly killed her she isn’t wanting to get any until we are over as she is scared..is there anyway we can speed this up due to the circumstances?? I have read about extreme hardship but not sure if that’s what we can do?? 
 

thanks 

 

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Filed: FB-2 Visa Country: Kenya
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4 hours ago, LeanneT said:

Hi 

 

hope everyone is doing well!

 

I am F3 2009 DQ aug 2020.. current in chart B but not A yet.

my mother in law has had a few health issues this past year and needs 3 possibly 4 operations, 2 knees which isn’t the worst but the 1/2 are very dangerous she had 1 years ago which nearly killed her she isn’t wanting to get any until we are over as she is scared..is there anyway we can speed this up due to the circumstances?? I have read about extreme hardship but not sure if that’s what we can do?? 
 

thanks 

 

Sorry for your predicament. From my understanding one can only expedite if your visa is available (Current Chart A). Though extremely difficult, maybe try urgent travel request for B2 visa as you'll have to prove ties to home country (Tricky considering you have an immigrant visa in the pipelines) Can she travel to the UK for the surgeries?

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2 minutes ago, Mundo254 said:

 

Hey no she’s couldn’t come here…she can arrange when she wants her surgery in the us..here it’s a waiting list and that’s just a bloody joke…nhs isn’t a good as people think 

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2 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

You can’t expedite because your priority date isn’t current yet. They can’t legally issue you a visa before your date is current in table A. 

Yip that I know…but the extreme hardship…they must have something in place as she needs someone to care for her needs 😢

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14 minutes ago, LeanneT said:
19 minutes ago, SusieQQQ said:

You can’t expedite because your priority date isn’t current yet. They can’t legally issue you a visa before your date is current in table A. 

Yip that I know…but the extreme hardship…they must have something in place as she needs someone to care for her needs 😢

Extreme Hardship helps to Expedite but Expedite cannot happen until Visa Bulletin is current. 

UK is ESTA , so you and spouse could take turns in coming over to look out for mom at 3 month intervals and get her through the needed surgeries. 
 

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1 hour ago, LeanneT said:

Yip that I know…but the extreme hardship…they must have something in place as she needs someone to care for her needs 😢

Sorry but no, they don’t “must have something in place” to circumvent a legal requirement to grant an immigrant visa. You’ll need to go for bandaid measures while you wait, hiring a caregiver and/or visiting. Once your priority date is current, then you can expedite to jump the queues at NVC and the embassy waitlist for interviews. It’s also arguable that her choosing not to have surgery yet actually qualifies as hardship, so bear that in mind for when you are able to expedite and need to give proper reasoning for it.

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14 hours ago, LeanneT said:

Hi 

 

hope everyone is doing well!

 

I am F3 2009 DQ aug 2020.. current in chart B but not A yet.

my mother in law has had a few health issues this past year and needs 3 possibly 4 operations, 2 knees which isn’t the worst but the 1/2 are very dangerous she had 1 years ago which nearly killed her she isn’t wanting to get any until we are over as she is scared..is there anyway we can speed this up due to the circumstances?? I have read about extreme hardship but not sure if that’s what we can do?? 
 

thanks 

 

Who is the F3 through? 
I am sorry, but I don’t think this is going to fly. She’s not your immediate relative.


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I have been waiting for a very long time for my relative to get an immigrant visa. Now there is a family emergency and I need my relative to immigrate soon to the U.S. Can NVC help me?

If a visa is available for your relative’s category, and their case involves a life or death medical emergency, processing of your case may be expedited. To request a review for expedite, please submit a scanned letter (or statement) to NVCExpedite@state.gov from a physician (or medical facility). The letter must include the physician’s (or medical facility’s) contact information, and declare a life or death medical emergency exists.

Please make sure to include your case or receipt number on the subject line along with at least one of the of the following:

  • Petitioner’s name and date of birth
  • Beneficiary’s name and date of birth
  • Invoice ID number

If a visa is not available, unfortunately there is nothing that NVC can do to expedite the petition. Immigrant visa processing is governed by the Immigration and Nationality Act of 1952, as amended, which controls availability of visas. There is no provision within the law that would allow the Department of State to issue a visa to someone for whom a visa is unavailable.

 

https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/us-visas/immigrate/national-visa-center/immigrant-visas-processing-general-faqs.html#ivp7

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13 minutes ago, Rocio0010 said:

Who is the F3 through? 
I am sorry, but I don’t think this is going to fly. She’s not your immediate relative.

She is my husband’s immediate relative 

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