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  • Rough Neighbor
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by CHETIF: Hi, can anyone answer this question, I was petition by my mother when she was a resident, now she is a USCitizen, I was petition in Orlando, Florida, but I live in Colombia. My question is if my package 4 comes to the embassy and I get married, is their a possibility for my husband to come with me, or my petition can get canceled? or what can you suggest? thanks! </div></BLOCKQUOTE> (From another thread).

    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by CHETIF: Another Question! When I get my petition approved at the Embassy when they ask, will someone accompany me, should I say My husband,even if my petition was done when I was single? </div></BLOCKQUOTE> (From this thread).

    CHETIF: What I did was I just consolidated your two questions which, to me, have the same meaning. Simply put, you would want to know if your boyfriend could have a "derivative" benefit out of the petition on your behalf by your mother, or if he could obtain an immigrant visa same as you and bring him here with you to the US.

    What you implied was that you were petitioned by your mother under either F-2A or F-2B preferences.

    But things that are hidden are: when the I-130 was filed by your mother, or what your priority date is, and at what stage your petition is right now.

    Another given info is that along the process, your mother became a USC.

    Now, here are my thoughts in regards to your situation and your primary concern about your boyfriend.

    You could write USCIS, NVC, US Embassy that you would want either to "retain" your F-2A / F-2B priority date (15NOV02 / 15AUG98, respectively, for October 2007 for Colombia) or to "convert" it to either F-1 (08NOV01) or F-3 (15FEB00).

    Either way, you should write because if you don't, your mother's status would pop up along the way and it may work to your disadvantage.

    But here's the deal, for both F-2A and F-2B, and you got married, that's it, your petition becomes null and void.

    For F-1 and you got married, your petition will be converted to F-3.

    So therefore, for you to have the best of both worlds, or to both enjoy the benefits of immigrating to the US with the love of your life, you get married right away and choose the F-3 conversion.

    Here are the categories for your easy reference:

    F-1: Unmarried Sons and Daughters of US Citizens.
    F-2A: Spouses and Children of Permanent Residents.
    F-2B: Unmarried Sons and Daughters of Permanent Residents.
    F-3: Married Sons and Daughters of US Citizens.
    F-4: Brothers and Sisters of Adult US Citizens.

    (Just an opinion - take it or leave it).

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  • Hudson
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by CHETIF:
    Another Question! When I get my petition approved at the Embassy when they ask, will someone accompany me, should I say My husband,even if my petition was done when I was single? </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
    Your husband will wait while you have the interview because your mother petitioned you. If you need an interpreter and your husband is the interpreter, then he could be allowed to join you.

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  • 4now
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    Hi

    Your mother petitioned for unmarried sons and daughter under 21?

    Also please dont keep making sepereate threads for your questions. keep them in the same thread so you can get accurate answers

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  • CHETIF
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    My mother sponsored me when she was a resident she became a USCitizen and made the adjustment, This petition was made in Orlando, Florida. I live in Colombia. This visa is for residency.

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  • aneri
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    on what basis are you applying for immigrant visa? Who sponsored you?

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  • CHETIF
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    Another Question! When I get my petition approved at the Embassy when they ask, will someone accompany me, should I say My husband,even if my petition was done when I was single?

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    Another Question! When I get my petition approved at the Embassy when they ask, will someone accompany me, should I say My husband,even if my petition was done when I was single?
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