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  1. No I am not going to proceed anything. I just want to create online account NVC so that I can inform NVC about petitioner's death and submit the death certificate.
  2. It can't be that early. My PD is Oct 2011 and my sisters PD is May 2009. All of us are in F3 category.
  3. I just checked my I-130 (F3) (Petition was approved in 2011) case status on NVC website and it shows this message; U.S. Department of State IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION At NVC Immigrant Visa Case Number: LN*21********** If you case is processing electronically, please log into your CEAC account at ceac.state.gov/iv with your NVC case number and 16 digit Invoice ID for case status and to learn what steps you must take to advance your case. Disregard the instructions below, they do not apply to electronic processing. If your case is processing on paper (you mailed paper documents to NVC for review), then the case status and instructions below apply to your case. Please follow the instructions you received from the National Visa Center (NVC) that list the six steps you must take before NVC can schedule your visa interview appointment. This includes submitting to NVC various fees, forms and documents. Once NVC has received all the required items, they will let you know if anything is missing or incomplete. You can also find these instructions online at http://nvc.state.gov (English) and http://nvc.state.gov/espanol (Spanish). You will find contact information for NVC at http://nvc.state.gov/ask. What does that mean ?
  4. I just check my case status online on NVC website. It shows that; U.S. Department of State IMMIGRANT VISA APPLICATION At NVC Immigrant Visa Case Number: L************** If you case is processing electronically, please log into your CEAC account at ceac.state.gov/iv with your NVC case number and 16 digit Invoice ID for case status and to learn what steps you must take to advance your case. Disregard the instructions below, they do not apply to electronic processing. If your case is processing on paper (you mailed paper documents to NVC for review), then the case status and instructions below apply to your case. Please follow the instructions you received from the National Visa Center (NVC) that list the six steps you must take before NVC can schedule your visa interview appointment. This includes submitting to NVC various fees, forms and documents. Once NVC has received all the required items, they will let you know if anything is missing or incomplete. You can also find these instructions online at http://nvc.state.gov (English) and http://nvc.state.gov/espanol (Spanish). You will find contact information for NVC at http://nvc.state.gov/ask.
  5. Any idea how to contact NVC and inform it about the death of petitioner? Should I tell NVC I am willing to apply for Humanitarian reinstatment?
  6. Hello All, I hope anyone can help me. Thanks. Sadly last march 2021 my father (the petitioner) passed away. My father filed my sisters and my petition as married son/daughter of US citizen (F3) and my sisters's cases were approved and sent to NVC in 2009 and mine in 2011. My question is how should I inform NVC about our father's death, Is there any form to fill out or just go on NVC website and fill out Public Inquiry Form, upload our father's death certificate and submit it? Do we request NVC for humanitarian reinstatment or do we just inform NVC about petitioner's death, wait till NVC send our case back to USCIS and then request USCIS for humanitrian reinstatment?
  7. Thanks mate. That letter would be a great help to draft my own letter. It would give me some ideas. Appreciated.
  8. Hi Red371, Can you please help me? My father (the petitioner) died in the beginning of 2021. My 2 married sister and mine case was approved by USCIS in 2009 and forwarded to NVC. My question is should I only inform NVC about my father (the petitioner) death and wait till NVC send our case back to USCIS and then appeal for humanitarian reinstatement wih USCIS or inform NVC about death and appeal for HR with it? I think as from 2021 NVC does not receive any letter. The only way to communicate with NVC is via online forms only. Thanks.
  9. This is from USCIS website: "Derivative beneficiaries are not eligible to request humanitarian reinstatement; however, if we approve the principal beneficiary’s request, any eligible derivative beneficiary may also benefit from relief." That is what confusing me (the underline statment). I couldn't see anywhere on USCIS's website about derivative beneficiaries will have to file a seperate application. Can you please give us any guidance how and what to write to USCIS in humaintarian reinstatment appeal, any letter template would be very appreaciated. Thanks.
  10. Hi Jrladra I read your replies and really appreciate your help here. My father (the petitioner) passed away in march 2021. I am a principal beneficiary a f3 married son live in UK and my 2 other married sisters live in Pakistan. Sisters priority dates are may 2009 and mine is sep 2011. My another sister is a US citizen and willing to be a subsititue sponsor. If I inform NVC about my father's death and ask NVC to reinstate our cases on humanitarian basis what would happen to our children (derivative beneficiaries all under 18)? Do we have to pay the filling fees again? I read on dyanwilliamlaw's website that we (the principal beneficiaries) will have to file a seprate petitions for our spouses and children. Here is a cut & past from the website: a married son of a U.S. citizen petitioner in the F3, family-based category, may still immigrate to the United States if the petitioner dies before he gets his green card, as long as the I-130 petition was approved before the death. But his spouse and minor children will not benefit from humanitarian reinstatement and cannot immigrate through the deceased’s petition. Instead, the principal beneficiary will need to file petitions for his spouse and children after he becomes a permanent resident.
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