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My case is on hold now. i need it to be moved again

1 Answers. Asked on Dec 08th, 2016 on Immigration - South Carolina
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I am an applicant. My wife is myself and my son (3 years) petitioner. she has a valid green card. she did not enter the states since 2010 till she entered again in May, 2016. my case was approved from the NVC but stopped in the in the American Embassy in Egypt.the Embassy asked for the movement certification in order to comply with their system notification (6 years no entry to the United States). My request is to unite the family together with my wife and son in the USA. Awaiting for your kind reply
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Answered on Dec 12th, 2016 at 4:01 AM

You need to submit the requested documentation. The U.S. Embassy needs documentation that your wife actually resides in the U.S. Given the length of time she spent outside the U.S., she is lucky she was not found to have abandoned her residence. Your wife should contact an experienced immigration attorney to discuss what documentation can be submitted. You can read more about family immigration at http://myattorneyusa.com/family-immigration.

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