My mom petitioned for her brother to get a green card for the US, along with his wife and his son. It was already approved but recently he passed away. Would my Aunt and my cousin’s status be revoked or is there a chance they can still get their green card?
Yes, there's a chance the wife and son can still qualify. It's best to consult with an attorney to see what steps need to be taken.
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Your mother should consult with an attorney to determine if your sister-in-law and nephew qualify to continue their visa processing. If a principal derivative dies during the visa processing, there are limited exceptions for his derivatives to receive a visa. You should consult with an attorney to determine what options are available to your family.
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