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He’ll friends will you please explain what this means? I call for expedite bellow messages I received by mail almost week now.

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On 6/21/2024 at 5:56 AM, Ra2023 said:

Thanks 

no one call almost 1 week.

The response CLEARLY states the expected timeline for call backs.

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3 hours ago, Ra2023 said:

Even for expedite case ?


It’s not an expedited case yet from what you’ve said? So you’re in the queue for your request to be considered. 
 

 

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1 hour ago, Ra2023 said:

After a week of expediting received service item number not Referral number. 2 weeks now no response? Is this normal ?


Yes. What’s your reason for an expedite? 

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4 hours ago, Ra2023 said:

Emergencies and urgent humanitarian reasons . 88 years old husband and wife separated.

 

Age wouldn't usually be a valid reason to expedite, are there medical issues? If so provide evidence of that (doctors letters) and that may work. You may also need to show proof that the USC can't move to the beneficiary's country and that's why they are apart. 

 

Edit: just looked and realised this is a IR5 case? With presumably one parent that has been granted a visa and one that is waiting for the waiver? So that wouldn't be valid grounds IMO as it's not showing hardship to a USC. The parent that has been granted the visa could apply for a re-entry permit to return to the home country and wait with their spouse. 

 

 

 

 

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9 hours ago, appleblossom said:

 

Age wouldn't usually be a valid reason to expedite, are there medical issues? If so provide evidence of that (doctors letters) and that may work. You may also need to show proof that the USC can't move to the beneficiary's country and that's why they are apart. 

 

Edit: just looked and realised this is a IR5 case? With presumably one parent that has been granted a visa and one that is waiting for the waiver? So that wouldn't be valid grounds IMO as it's not showing hardship to a USC. The parent that has been granted the visa could apply for a re-entry permit to return to the home country and wait with their spouse. 

 

 

 

 

Yes ir5 . 1 got visa.

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On 6/29/2024 at 10:36 PM, Ra2023 said:

Yes ir5 . 1 got visa.


So no grounds to expedite. But as above, the parent with their green card can file for a re-entry permit then return to wait with their spouse so they don’t need to be apart. 
 

Good luck. 

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16 hours ago, appleblossom said:


So no grounds to expedite. But as above, the parent with their green card can file for a re-entry permit then return to wait with their spouse so they don’t need to be apart. 
 

Good luck. 

Thanks 

processing time for I 131 is 16 months. Re entry permit. 

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