I agree with my colleagues. In addition, make sure that they have the correct address for you as the NVC will in most cases mail you or your attorney a notice if your application process is in danger of being terminated. This should protect you from the termination. Also, if you email them, make sure you get at the very least an automated response to confirm that you did contact them.Ask a similar question
Need additional information - how did your wife enter the US, does she have any criminal record, was she ever removed from the US before, are removal proceedings pending. Assuming your spouse entered the US without inspection and has no criminal record or any other grounds of inadmissibility, as an immediate relative she may be eligible to apply for provisional unlawful presence waiver within the US. There are many requirements that must be satisfied for the waiver, including that the immigrant visa case must be pending with the Department of State. I would highly recommend hiring an immigration lawyer to guide you with the waiver process for your wife. Good luck.Ask a similar question
You can simply email the national visa center that you are still interested, and it will be extended.
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I agree with my colleagues that you should seek a consultation to see if your wife is eligible for the I-601a provisional waiver. Even though NVC sent you a letter does not mean that your wife is eligible, only that it is available for those seeking visas.
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You have missed out relevant information regarding how and when she entered the U.S. If she entered legally, you may be able to apply to adjust her status in the U.S.
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