";s:4:"text";s:4835:" Officially, USCIS states that you must meet the following conditions:My son (US Citizen) who is in Korea in deployment (for the ARMY) and wants to file I-130 for his wife that lives in Mexico wants to expedite this petition.
Is the correct way to make this requirement ? My husband is scheduled to deploy in a March for 9 months. $0
A. USCIS reviews all expedite requests on a case-by-case basis. USCIS understands that military members are forced to make decisions quickly and may face circumstances that are out of their control. Since there is no SOFA agreement in Guam because it is a U.S. You can generally request expedited processing by contacting the USCIS Contact Center at 1-800-375-5283 (TTY for the deaf, hard of hearing, or those having a speech disability: 1-800-767-1833) after you have obtained a receipt notice.
01-03-2014 - I-130 Package sent to Chicago lockbox. Upon setup of their hotline (1-877-CIS-4MIL) for military members, they offer the opportunity to K1, K3, IR-1, CR-1 applications the chance to request that USCIS moves their case along faster than normal processing times for the benefit of the military member.I have seen quite a few get expedited just from a letter of Commander, but it is ultimately up to the USCIS to decide this. The USCIS website says one of the requirements can be service during period of hostility and that we are in a period of hostility that started September 11, 2001. Naturalization for Military Members and Their Families Members of the U.S. armed forces and their dependents (spouses and children) may be eligible for citizenship, to include expedited and overseas processing, under special provisions of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).
Many folks expedite their cases over an impending deployment, so they would send the USCIS … I want to ask if I can send the requirement to expedite his I-130 together in the same envelope with all the supporting documents at the same time?