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  • Question regarding death petitioner.

    My father died 3 years ago with an approved petition for me. I believe that under the law
    it is automatical rebuked. A friend of mine told me that I can avail reconsideration invoking HR 1892 - "Family Sponsor Act:" However, we didn't inform the INS about his death.

    My questions are:

    1. What are my changes do I have to be reconisder. Do I need a representation?

    2. What are the implications (if any) of not telling the death of my father to the INS.

    3. How long would it take to file for reconsideration. Thank you all.

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    My father died 3 years ago with an approved petition for me. I believe that under the law
    it is automatical rebuked. A friend of mine told me that I can avail reconsideration invoking HR 1892 - "Family Sponsor Act:" However, we didn't inform the INS about his death.

    My questions are:

    1. What are my changes do I have to be reconisder. Do I need a representation?

    2. What are the implications (if any) of not telling the death of my father to the INS.

    3. How long would it take to file for reconsideration. Thank you all.

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    • #3
      Yes you can file for reconider the Law is newly pass . talk to lawyer.

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      • #4
        http://www.ins.usdoj.gov/graphics/ho...supp.htm#death
        This is what was on the Ins site I am doing some research in finding a attorney who has handled cases cases like these.

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        • #5
          If you don't tell the truth they surely can find out.
          You have to get the affadavit of support signed and notarized.
          In case you are caught you could get in more trouble.
          There is a provision in the law why not use that?

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          • #6
            Legally, you are entitled to this as long as the petitioned is approved.YOu need the services of a competent lawyer on cases like this as it is not exactly that simple for lay people like us to comprehend the intricacies of the legalese of immigration procedures.

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            • #7
              Anyone know a good attorney in Houston Texas for this case?

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              • #8
                Has anyone applied for reconsider and got a reply. I am still looking for a very competent attorney who can handle a similar case.

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                • #9
                  Anyone???

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