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Thread: Can somebody enlighten me?

  1. #1
    Guest
    I am a foreigner outside the US. I married my husband in my home country a few months ago. My husband has filed I-130 for me. The I-130 is still pending at INS now. Three days ago my dear husband suddenly died of a heartattack in the US. My husband had two children from his previous marriage, one boy who is 16 years old and one girl of 10 years old. I wonder whether I can still immigrate to the US. I love the children and they want to live with me too. What should I do now? Can someone help me?

  2. #2
    Guest
    I am a foreigner outside the US. I married my husband in my home country a few months ago. My husband has filed I-130 for me. The I-130 is still pending at INS now. Three days ago my dear husband suddenly died of a heartattack in the US. My husband had two children from his previous marriage, one boy who is 16 years old and one girl of 10 years old. I wonder whether I can still immigrate to the US. I love the children and they want to live with me too. What should I do now? Can someone help me?

  3. #3
    Guest
    Check with an attorney...I was thinking that you could file a I-360, however it stipulates that you need to have been married for two years. However, if you are being awarded custody of the children, I would like to think that you amy be able to file a waiver of inadmissability, provide you have all legal documentation supporting custody.

  4. #4
    Guest
    Hello,
    Sorry to hear such a bad news!
    The best thing would be for you to hire an attorney. I could recommend One.
    Send him an E-mail. I can tell you he is really one of the best in the country and you believe it or not, he is human.
    E-mail address: ramoncarrion@yahoo.com

    Good Luck!
    Susan

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