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    A friend of mine recently got a letter from US immration notifying her for the immigration visa process. She applied back in 1996 through her father (LPR) as a unmarried child of the principal applicant. She is married now and lives in Canada with her husband. Can she still process her immigration even though now she is nomore a unmarried child of the principal applicant?

    Thanks

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    A friend of mine recently got a letter from US immration notifying her for the immigration visa process. She applied back in 1996 through her father (LPR) as a unmarried child of the principal applicant. She is married now and lives in Canada with her husband. Can she still process her immigration even though now she is nomore a unmarried child of the principal applicant?

    Thanks

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    • #3
      If her LPR father naturalized as a US citizen before she married, then the petition remains valid, and unless she was a citizen of Mexico or the Philippines, a visa should be available for her.

      If her father did not become a citizen before she married, the she is SOL. Her father can file a new petition after he becomes a citizen or after her marriage ends, e.g. divorce or death of spouse.

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      • #4
        Thanks "Old Man".

        Her father is not a USC yet and neither she is a citizen of Mexico nor Philippines. Having said that, can you tell me what will be her case with the present situation mentioned earlier?

        Thanks

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        • #5
          She is married. Her father is an LPR. The petition is over, done, canceled, thru, kaput, finito, ended, null, terminated.

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