I petitioned for my two sons and USCIS sent me a RFE because of late birth registration. I submitted DNA test results to them. Both test results turned out to be above 99.99. However, USCIS approve petition for one of my son, the other one is still not approve; should I be worried?
USCIS must be the agency initiating the DNA testing request. Otherwise might not have much sway.
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If you followed the instructions a d used an authorized testing agency it should be fine. The cases are separate adjudications and dont necessarily happen on same date.
No it is likely that the cases are being processed separately so you should receive a decision on the second case soon.
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