On question #16, do I need to answer "yes", have they been under immigration proceedings?
Just file the I-130 with the USCIS. You can answer "no" to question 16 unless the person is under removal proceedings.
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By simply sending in the I-130 petition on behalf of the intended beneficiary.
The answer to question 16 of the Form will depend if the individual in question has already has
his/her case denied by the local asylum office and "referred" to immigration court, where he Le she has been placed under removal proceedings. If that is the case, you then answer "yes". If the case is still pending at the asylum office, then the correct answer is "no".
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