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I was raised by my grandparents on my father's in the Philippines. My grandfather a WWII veteran, moved to the US in the mid-90s (first in 93, then again in 95), he was granted American Citizenship for his services during the war and petitioned all 7 of his children and 1 grandchild (me). He had fallen very ill whilst in the US in 96 and decided to come home to the Philippines before any of us can go to the US. He died in 2001. Can I still pursue my immigrant Visa now that he is no longer around? I do have a first cousin (her mom and my dad are siblings) who has been residing in the States since 1998 (who is also now a US Citizen, she was petitioned in 98 by an Aunt on her Dad's side, not related to me) who would like to be my replacement sponsor. I am now 37 years old, single, of sound financial sounding, no bad debts, have a flourishing career as Senior Training Manager.I have been to US on several occasions, all on business trips, 2010, 2014 and then again now in 2019. I have a multiple entry US visa valid til 2020. I have not overstayed my visa in any one of my visits. I don't know if that is relevant to my situation though.