Humanitarian Reinstatement Case Approved!
Scott Legal, P.C. just had an approval for a humanitarian reinstatement case. In this instance, the applicant (the son) lost his father who was the petitioner.
When the petitioner for a family-based petition dies, the I-130 petition is considered revoked. In many instances, visa categories are not current meaning that an I-130 can be approved but the applicant has to wait years for the green card. When the petitioner dies, the beneficiary (in this case the Son) can ask the U.S. Government to grant discretion by substituting the petitioner with another person.
You can find more about Humanitarian Reinstatement by clicking here. The beneficiary can now resume his green card petition.
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