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CASE: Adjustment of Status based on I-130 petition for minor step-son of US Citizen

CLIENT: US Citizen Petitioner; Mongolian Beneficiary

LOCATION: Cleveland, OH

Our clients are a U.S. citizen husband and his Mongolian wife in Cleveland, OH.  Our client has a son from her previous marriage. Her son came to the United States with B-2 visitor’s visa from Mongolia in September 2013 and has lived with them in Cleveland, Ohio.

Her U.S. citizen husband decided to petition for his step-son for an I-130 petition and the step-son wanted to file an adjustment of status application.

They contacted our office in January 2014 and retained our office to help them for the I-130 and I-485 for their step-son. Our firm prepared and filed the I-130 Petition and Adjustment of Status Application on February 13, 2014.  Everything went smoothly and the receipt notices, fingerprint appointment, and work permits all came on time.

Eventually, on June 5, 2014, the USCIS approved both the I-130 petition and I-485 adjustment of status application without an interview. Now, our client’s minor step-son is a green card holder.

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CASE: I-130 and Consular Processing
CLIENT: US Citizen Petitioner; Filipina Beneficiary
LOCATION: Petitioner: Seattle, WA; Beneficiary: Manila, Philippines

Our clients are a U.S. citizen husband and his Filipina wife in Seattle, Washington. This success story pertains to the Filipina’s daughter in the Philippines. They haven’t seen each other in years.

They contacted our office initially for a J-1 waiver and eventual green card in December 2010. As our previous success stories showed, she got a J-1 waiver and green card. (Success Story on Waiver, Success Story on Green Card)

Our client has a daughter from her previous marriage in the Philippines. Thus, after she got her green card, her husband decided to petition for his step-daughter for an immigrant visa.

They contacted our office again in February 2012 and retained our office to help bring his step-daughter to the States. It is important to note that an alien cannot adjust his or her status (get a green card) outside the U.S. by filing an I-130 and I-485 simultaneously. Since the client’s step-daughter was not in the United States, our office filed the I-130 to the USCIS first on March 1, 2012.

After the I-130 was filed, everything went smoothly and the receipt notices came on time. The I-130 Petition was approved by the USCIS on June 25, 2012.

After the I-130 approval, we prepared and filed the immigrant visa packets to the National Visa Center on September 7, 2012, who in turn forwarded the client’s materials to the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines. An interview notice was set for the client’s step-daughter.

On November 9, 2012, the beneficiary went to her interview in Manila. On the same day, the U.S. Embassy in the Philippines approved and issued her immigrant visa.

With the approved Immigrant visa, our client’s step-daughter can come to the United States immediately, and she will eventually get her green card.

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CASE: I-130 and Consular Processing for Petitioner’s two minor stepdaughters
LOCATION: Petitioner: New Jersey; Beneficiaries: Jamaica

Our client is a U.S. citizen who married a Jamaican in New Jersey. Through our firm, he filed an I-130 Petition for his wife and his wife eventually obtained her green card. His two minor stepdaughters though were residing in Jamaica.

After his wife got her green card, we filed the immigrant visa petitions for his stepdaughters. We also submitted the packet 3 and 4 immigrant visa packets for them on June 18, 2012.
Their immigrant visa interview was scheduled on August 3, 2012 at the U.S. Embassy in Kingston, Jamaica. The U.S. Embassy in Kingston eventually approved the immigrant visas for his stepdaughters on September 26, 2012.

Our client’s step-daughters can be here in the United States soon and will be reunited with their mother and step-father.

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CASE: I-130 and Consular Processing for Petitioner’s two minor stepdaughters
LOCATION: Petitioner: Maryland; Beneficiaries: Philippines

Our client is a U.S. citizen who married a Filipina in Maryland. Thereafter, he filed an I-130 Petition for his wife and his wife eventually obtained a green card.  However, his two stepdaughters did not get green cards at the time his wife adjusted her status.  His two minor stepdaughters were residing in Philippines. Apparently, they did not know that the Petition could have also been simultaneously filed for his stepchildren.

Once his wife got her green card, our client filed the I-130 petition on behalf of his two stepdaughters in the Philippines.  He filed the I-130 by himself and the USCIS issued an extensive RFE in October 2010.  Upon the issuance of RFE, our client contacted our firm and sought for legal assistance from us.

We initially set up an appointment with our client at our Washington DC office. He is the CEO of his own company and apparently did not have time to go to DC, so we drove to Columbia Maryland and met him there to discuss the case. He retained our office immediately, and our office started to work on the Response to RFE and Packet 3 and 4 for his stepdaughters.

Our office filed the Response to RFE on November 24, 2010.  In the Response brief, our office fully explained that the marriage between our client and his wife is bona fide and explained why his wife and step-daughters’ petitioners were not filed concurrently.  Everything went smoothly, and the daughters’ I-130 and immigrant visa interview was scheduled on May 4, 2011 at the U.S. Embassy in Manila, Philippines.  The U.S. Embassy in Manila eventually approved the immigrant visas for his stepdaughters.

Our client’s step-daughters are now here in the United States reunited with their mother and step-father.

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