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    Dear all,

    Happy New Year.

    I have a question regarding the I-130 Petition for wife and son. Do I need to file separetly to each of them, or it's enought to file for the wife, and include the son on her form?

    The wife has a valid visitor visa. Is there a chance that during the 3 years of waiting period, she will be denied entry, because of the pending application?

    I would appreciate any helpfull advice in this regard. Thank you.

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    Dear all,

    Happy New Year.

    I have a question regarding the I-130 Petition for wife and son. Do I need to file separetly to each of them, or it's enought to file for the wife, and include the son on her form?

    The wife has a valid visitor visa. Is there a chance that during the 3 years of waiting period, she will be denied entry, because of the pending application?

    I would appreciate any helpfull advice in this regard. Thank you.

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    • #3
      You have to apply seperate for each family members, Yes, there is bright chance to refuse the entry, Plz, do take the chance.
      God is geat

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      • #4
        Dear Danish,

        Thanks for this one too. What do you mean by Plz, do take the chance?

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        • #5
          On this link:

          http://www.lawcom.com/immigration/famimlpr.shtml

          Regarding the filing for wife and son, the following is written:

          As an example, if a Permanent Resident sponsors his wife (Family 2A), not only does the wife get a green card but also the wife's children (if under 21 and unmarried), all from the one petition for the wife. (Note: the wife's children are usually also the petitioner's children...but they don't have to be.)

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