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What happens if the beneficiary of a petition dies?

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MOST people are aware that if the petitioner (person who files a petition) dies, the beneficiary (family member being petitioned) may apply for humanitarian revalidation/reinstatement.  If USCIS approves the request, the primary beneficiary and his derivative spouse and minor children could continue being processed for their green cards, despite the petitioner’s death. However, if the…

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