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Can Widows Of Deceased U.S. Citizens Win Permanent Residence?
Episode 11027th July 2021 • The Immigration Mastermind • Carlos Batara
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Far too often, immigrants give up when their U.S. citizen spouse dies before they win a green card.

However, in many situations, a widow can still win permanent residency after their husband or wife passes way.

To do so, you would need to file a Widow’s Petition (or Widower’s Petitioner)

Here are five requirements you need to know.

Recommended Links For More Information:

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