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About mymarriagejourney

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  1. Maybe you can request DNA testing. https://travel.state.gov/content/travel/en/legal/travel-legal-considerations/us-citizenship/US-Citizenship-DNA-Testing.html
  2. Thank you. Yes, I'm well aware of the normal timelines. We were just attempting to assist with a humanitarian issue, and it appears we cannot.
  3. Yes, they participate in the diversity lottery each year. This wasn't a random "I'm feeling anxious and want this process to hurry up." and is actually a specific situation that falls under the humanitarian umbrella, but it seems that we cannot help.
  4. Thank you. It is my husband's sibling. He has children (twins) who are 5 years old. The matter is urgent, but perhaps there is nothing we can do. We have tried and we will see what happens from here.
  5. Thank you. I will report back as to how this is actually handled at the USCIS level. This is the current message when I check case status: "As of January 3, 2023, your request to have your case expedited, referral number XXXXXXX, is currently assigned for processing."
  6. I don't know her tier. She just said that it was in the humanitarian category and it would be reviewed. Thanks for the further insight.
  7. I guess we will see what they say, then. The agent submitted the expedite request and said we would know the result in 7 days. I wonder why she didn't tell us that when we explained the situation. She said it fell under a humanitarian request and submitted it for consideration.
  8. We just submitted an expedite request based on humanitarian reasons for an F4 application that was made 7+ years ago. Has anyone ever tried to expedite an F4 case? I'm curious to hear others' experiences.
  9. She would go to the authorities in her home country and get the appropriate documentation that shows proof of her divorce.
  10. My husband and I have been very happily married for over 10 years now, and I was feeling nostalgic, so I came back to read this. What a crazy and stressful time in our lives!
  11. You cannot add your mother to your health insurance. Please talk to your employer to confirm this. Dependents are limited to your children.
  12. I would petition everyone at once now, and then when your mom is able to petition your brothers, she can petition them at that time. You can see which comes through first. But, by petitioning your brothers now, there is no lost time in case your mom is unable to petition your brothers in the future. Make sure you can afford your mom's medical care!
  13. Why are you submitting a second I-130? She is already petitioned with her husband. The second I-130 isn't necessary.
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