Q: The question in regards to a family base visa for my mother in law. How to properly fill i864 and attorneys accuracy?
I have a general inquire in regards of filing documents for my mother-in-law. My wife is a US citizen and we have completed the I-130 and have the supporting documents, including the translation. We are trying to send the I-864 affidavit for support at the same time, however, we are finding it very difficult to complete it since we have a bit of a situation. My mother in law is married to someone who is not my wife's father; and they got married after my wife's 18th birthday. My mother in law also has 3 children under the age of 21. If my wife is to request them will take too long for them come. Another possibility was for my mother in law to request them after she becomes a legal resident, but it will take roughly 2 years. My mother in law is concern about leaving her family for 2 years. Another attorney told me that there could be another way for us to try and request them while my mother-in-laws papers are in process by sending a letter to the state department. Accurate?
A: This case is very complicated and should be handled by counsel. Dont try to do it yourself. If you pursue a strategy that doesnt work out, then you will have wasted thousands of dollars on USCIS/Consulate filing fees and many months if not years of delay. Discuss with counsel.
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