my dad got married to my mom in Nigeria and they gave birth to me and my sister. after that, he decided to come to USA without my mum. while in USA, the only option was to get married to a USA citizen in order to get his own citizenship. so he told my mum bout everything and she gave him the go ahead. so he got married to this lady who was a USA citizen and after 10 yrs, they divorced and my dad came back to file for my mum.. so he filed for her and she got a call from the embassy. while at the embassy, they accused my mum of conniving with my dad to get a citizenship but she had no choice... daddy was not gonna go back to Nigeria empty handed. he had to survive and the only option he had was to marry a woman with a USA citizen. EVEN THOUGH IT DIDN'T WORKOUT WITH MY DAD AT LEAST, AS HER CH
Did your Mum participate in the fraud?
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She may need a fraud waiver in order to immigrate to the U.S.
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Who took part of fraud?
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It seems your father committed fraud, but not your mother. Consult with an immigration lawyer to review the details. YOu may be able to petition for her.