My dad petitioned for his step mother and was denied due to insufficient evidence. We are going through with an appeal and a motion to reopen so we need an I-290 B form. The fee is $675. My grandmother has had many medical ailments and her doctors deemed her unable to work, and suggested that she goes on welfare. Unfortunately, that is not possible because she needs her green card process to be completed in order to get on public assistance.
However, we do have a letter from her doctor as well as her recent hospital discharge papers from last month. This latest time, she was discharged and placed on an oxygen machine that she has to use at all times at home.
She cannot afford $675. Neither can my dad.
The criteria states: "Form I-290B, Notice of Appeal or Motion, but only if your underlying application was fee exempt, the ling fee was waived, or it was eligible for a fee waiver"
Our underlying application not fee exempt, but things have drastically changed since then. Would they consider the changes?
What do you suggest for our situation?
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