Someone (was it you?) frequently posed a question with this same scenario in L.A. during the last 6 months and got exhaustive answers. Was it just a "what if" scenario or a real situation? As my esteemed colleague already explained, go to the USCIS website to see if your particular situation will qualify for USCIS' "expedite" criteria or not.
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For information from USCIS, please see: http://www.uscis.gov/forms/expedite-criteria I suggest that you consult with an immigration attorney to see what might be possible.
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You should check the link my colleague suggested below, and consult with an immigration attorney. The attorney can schedule an Infopass appointment at the federal building in downtown to see if he can expedite the case. Best of luck.
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