Coraopolis, PA asked in Immigration Law for Pennsylvania

Q: Q: Immigration question here! applied almost 2 years ago to sponsor my parents for a green card, had interview in 2018

Parents are from iran. They recieved a green 221g slip and been put in ap for the past alost 2 years. Got an email 2 weeks ago telling them to attend the embassy to submit passport, ds260, and a new medical exam. Also told me in the email that my parents can only visit on a Monday at 2 pm. Was wondering whether they got a travel ban waiver and also would they be getting their visa since their pssport was requested. Just to include more info they havent traevled to any new countries other than UAE which was where their embassy interview was and this is the place where theyre going. Also I want to mention that we have been in contact with out us senator and house rep and they have contacted the embassy on our behalf. Want to know is the only reason they want their passport is to put a visa on it or are they not getting a visa?

Also mention that on the green slip it was explained that the embassy was requesting a wiaver for them for the travel ban and that they had to pass 3 conditions.

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Hector E. Quiroga
Hector E. Quiroga
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A: That’s certainly a good sign. All they can do is comply with the instructions and see what happens.

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