recieve letter from uscis to write letter of humanitarian reinstatement the petition has already been reinstated
I agree with my colleagues.
In your letter and exhibits, you must demonstrate the hardship that will be suffered by the beneficiary and his/her close relatives unless the petition is reinstated. If the beneficiary was residing in the U.S. when the petitioner passed away, he/she can apply for adjustment of status without asking for humanitarian reinstatement.
I agree with my colleague. The letter is very fact specific to the claimant and each one is developed within the context of the basis unique to the individual. It would be best to contact an experienced immigrationa ttorney who can examine the facts of your case and provide a legal opinion as to the content of your specific requests. Good luck.
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