I'm a US citizen and I filed my petition for my son when he was over 21. We got a letterfrom INS to wait for a visa availability since he is already over 21. This letter was received on June 2003 and my son got married since. It is now almost 10 years and I'm wondering how shoukd I work this out to have my son migrate to the US. Please let me know.Thanks
State/Country relating to question: California
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Thats it? Thays all you can say? :( Thanks for the reply
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