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Our publication team posts a few stories to celebrate our immigration success stories every month and offer some comfort to those who will soon embark on a similar immigration journey.Below, you’ll read just a few immigration success stories that hundreds of F4 India's clients have experienced. Our attorneys are experts in immigration law and have a long track record of giving clients the tools they need to live and work in the U.S. If you want to be one of our many immigration success stories, Kindly feel free to contact us .

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16Sept2009

This Week’s Success Story: I-130 Petition Category F4, under consular processing was lost by USCIS. 

Sarabjit Kaur a resident of Jalandhar, Punjab was worried as her priority date for I-130 petition under category F4, filled by her brother in 2005 was current for processing according to the visa bulletin, but she didn’t get any welcome letter or notice from NVC and not even USCIS was able to give any update on the petition. Whenever they call NVC they ask to contact USCIs and USCIS representatives were not sure where the petition is. Some says that the petition has been forwarded to the DOS (Department of State), while the other says that they have not received the petition from the USCIS field office. It seems as the petition was lost and no one has the accurate information about it. F4 India Team approached every department, met USCIS personals in person by taking info pass and after a lot of hard work finally our team was able to trace the case, which was actually lost. It was noticed that the petition was stuck at Local office for long and after that it was forwarded to NVC by USCIS and later USCIS asked NVC to return the petition as some processing was pending related to the petition. Our team took the case as a challenge and did all possible efforts to find it and to get it back in right track. Today all the NVC processing for the case is done and intending immigrants are waiting for Interview to schedule.