I didn't do two separate petitions because I know that since my daughter is a minor, she would be included in my wife's case once approved in Ciudad Juarez. But I fear that if my wife's visa is denied and she needs to apply for a waiver, my daughter will also be denied. My daughter is 8. Both of their tourist visas were cancelled because they were living in the US, but with their I-94 always current. At this point, when I'm already starting the consular process for my wife, is it possible to add a second I-130 petition for my daughter and ask that they can be both given the same interview date in Juarez? Also, if it is possible to do this, and my wife gets denied, and my daughter's approved, does my daughter has to move to the US asap, and can she visit my wife in Mexico? Thank you!I'm a permanent resident. I will apply for citizenship until 2015. The attorney who filed the I-130 for my wife said that since I'm a permanent resident, I only needed to do one. If I file a I-130 for my daughter at this point, does that mean she will have a different priority date or could I petition that the government can respect my wife's date, which in August will be current? My wife's priority date is July 12, 2012. Thanks!