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    Hi,

    One of my relatives is about to receive his US
    permanent residency status. His mother filed
    for his immigration. She is a green card holder.
    She filed the application for his unmarried child.
    He was above the age of 21 when the application was filed. The application was filed around 1994/1995. Recently his application has been approved. However, in the mean time my relative has got married and has a daughter of four years old. As far as I know his application will be canelled since his marrital status has changed. I was wondering whether there is anyother way he and his family can get the residency status through this application. Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

    Khwaja M. Rahman

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    Hi,

    One of my relatives is about to receive his US
    permanent residency status. His mother filed
    for his immigration. She is a green card holder.
    She filed the application for his unmarried child.
    He was above the age of 21 when the application was filed. The application was filed around 1994/1995. Recently his application has been approved. However, in the mean time my relative has got married and has a daughter of four years old. As far as I know his application will be canelled since his marrital status has changed. I was wondering whether there is anyother way he and his family can get the residency status through this application. Any suggestion will be highly appreciated.

    Khwaja M. Rahman

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    • #3
      Did the mother ever become a USCitizen? If the mother became a USC before he hot married, there may be hope. In that case, the petition can go from F2B to F1 to F3 and give his wife and child the GC.

      Otherwise, you are correct in your assumption that the petition is terminated and he will be found ineligible.

      If there are any twists that you have not mentioned, please consult an attorney.

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