Hi all, I am really hoping to get practical insight from you ASAP.
My father (67 y/o) has been a permanent resident since 2008. He finally decided to apply for his citizenship last year and was supposed to have his interview last august 2017 when he had a major stroke in July last year. He was in the hospital for 7 months. Just got discharged home last month.
He used to live in Atlanta, Ga but now he will live with me, in Philadelphia, PA.
His lawyers told me they did not let the application lapsed. So that's good. Now, I am going to take it from there to be able to get him his citizenship. He cant talk, can't really sign any paper, but he is conscious and understand what is going on around him. I can wheelchair him to the interview if necessary. He just can't take the test.
Please what do you think I should do to get a new interview date for him in Philadelphia?
And what do you think I should do to "prolong his green card"? It expires on June 26th 2018.
Please let me know If you have any small idea of where I begin with that process, since I don't have much time, and he requires 24 hr care from us. I have applied for myself, my husband, and my mil. So I am familiar with the application process.
Thank you so much !