Can I expedite I-130, will there be chance of application denial if the request is not reasonable?
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Hello! I am so sorry to hear about your wife. I agree with my colleagues that you can file an expedite request for the I-130. It's important to include really strong evidence of her medical needs to increase the chance it will get approved. If USCIS denies the expedite, that is no indication they will deny the actual I-130. Good luck!
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Yes you may request expedited processing and if denied, should not impact the underlying case.
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An expedite I-130 request may be made. The likely denial of the request will not impact I-130 approval.
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