What are the chances of getting approved for humanitarian reinstatement?
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If the receipt number of the mother's petition starts with "WAC" (for California Service Center, formerly Western Adjudication Center), the chance of having a humanitarian reinstatement request approved is very slim.
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Humanitarian Reinstatement of a visa petition is a discretionary and fact-intensive application. The USCIS evaluates these matters case-by-case on their own merit.
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It’s going to be really circumstance specific and will depend on evidence you can provide for why discretion should be favorably exercised in your case. Click on the below link for some general information https://compleximmigration.com/death-of-the-petitioner/
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Its hard to get approved. And it takes a long time.
The above is intended only as general information, and does not constitute legal advice. You must speak with an attorney to discuss your individual case.