hi I'm getting ready to file I-130 for my fiance'. I am a US citizen. My question is "My fiance mom won the US lottery back in Albania last year but mu fiance never got a Visa because she was overr 18 years old.here family did get the visa Do I have to write this information to the I-130 form? The question is "( Has your relative ever been under immigration proceedings?) ". Do I answer Yes or No. Thank youthank You Victore and Giacome she will be my wife next week so i will fill form I -130 so i don't have to say any think on the form about my wife and here family that she won the lottery and she was not able to get the visa because she was over 18 years old thank you
I-130 is for a spouse not a fiance. Perhaps you mean the I-129F
In any case the answer with these facts should be "no".
Since he/she is your "fiance" and not your spouse yet, you cannot file an I-130, but will need to instead file a Form I-129/"F" (the "F" standing for "Fiance/e").
The answer to that question is "NO", since by "proceedings" deportation/removal "proceedings" is what the question is inquiring about and your fiance has never been placed in any such removal proceedings.
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Your answer is NO. "Immigration proceedings" refers to removal process in immigration court.
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If it's for a fiance, the correct for is I-129F
and the answer is no.
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