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Case Introduction
Case No. IF-060
Widow/Widower of U.S. Citizen
Brief Introduction

Spouses of deceased US citizens may qualify as immediate relatives under some circumstances. In order to qualify, the alien must have been the spouse of the deceased citizen for at least two years and must not have been legally separated at the time of the citizen’s death. The alien spouse also must file an I-360 immigrant petition within two years after the U.S. citizen’s death and must not have been remarried at the filing. Unmarried minor children may be included on the same I-360 petition.

Things to Know

You may file I-360 petition by yourself, if:
a) You were married for at least two years to a U.S. citizen who is now deceased and who was a U.S. citizen at the time of death;
b) Your citizen spouse's death was less than two years ago;
c) You were not legally separated from your citizen spouse at the time of death; and
d) You have not remarried.

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Service Details

1.   Provide “Widow(er) of a U.S. Citizen” questionnaires
2.   Provide document checklist
3.   Review your personal qualifications
4.   Confirm that the self petition is appropriate for you
5.   Prepare application forms and guide you to prepare supporting documents
6.   Compose application letter/cover letter of the case
7.   Submit your application with USCIS and keep your file
8.   Keep correspondence with USCIS
9.   Keep you informed of the case status
10. Provide online access to your case status
11. Assist you in response to Request for Evidence, if any

Service Fee

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