It may be possible to expedite for very serious humanitarian reasons. If you are experiencing serious medical issues, for example, you may be able to do it. It would require evidence. Merely being pregnant is definitely not enough
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Typically USCIS WILL NOT adjudicate cases like this unless as my colleague stated for humanitarian or emergency reasons. You can always try. Good luck!
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Our heart goes out to you.. But please understand that under current law and regulations there is absolutely nothing in place to allow for an expedite of the visa approval and issuance process. sorry.
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I am sorry. But, as my colleagues point out ... almost everyone thinks that their situation qualifies for expedited handling ... CIS rarely grants these requests.
But, you can try ... call Senator Maria Cantwell: http://www.cantwell.senate.gov/public/index.cfm/help-with-federal-agencies
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