When DHS finally publishes the final regulations, whenever that may be.
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Hopefully before the new year, but it is up to the agency.
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the heading in your question and the actual body of the question do not make a lot of sense. If you have an individual coming up - I do hope you have an attorney and should be speaking with him/her. Provision waiver is not out, yet, but that fact that your mom is a USC and the PD is current will not help you even if it was out as the provisional waiver was for immediate relatives - then again we have not seen the final regulations. We also do not have enough facts and don't know what relief you are seeking in Court.
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