Reviving I-130 Petitions with Consular Processing and INA §204-I - Recording (.MP3)
How do you revive an I-130 petition with the National Visa Center (NVC) when the petitioner has failed to maintain contact? What do you do if the petitioner or principal beneficiary passes away while the petition is pending or after it has been approved? When and how do you file a Form I-824 to seek action on an approved I-130? Our panel of experts will address how to revive I-130 petitions in various complex scenarios, including when overcoming visa revocations, seeking action on approved I-130 petitions, or applying for INA §204(l) relief for surviving relatives.
- How to Determine If an I-130 Petition Is Still Active, Respond to Termination Notices, and Revive Old I-130 Petitions with the NVC
- When and How to File a Form I-824, Application for Action on an Approved Application or Petition, Rather than a New I-130 Petition
- How to Request Approval of a Pending I-130 Petition for a Surviving Relative Under INA §204(l)
- How to Request Reinstatement of a Revoked I-130 Petition for a Surviving Relative Under INA §204(l)
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